Bangkok Counselling Service Company, Limited. (BCS) is Thailand’s first registered company established in 2008, to provide counselling and psychotherapy to individuals, couples, families, young people, and groups. BCS has met all legal requirements for running a business in Thailand and all documentation is on display at our registered office. BCS works to legislation governing mental health services as outlined in the Thai mental health act. Each therapist works to the criteria, and requirements of their accrediating /licenceing body. As a company we work to the code of good practice of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy.
Now in our 9th successful year of operation, Bangkok Counselling Service continues to grow. Having closed the Kasemkij office and opened a second therapy room at Sala Som thus bringing the team and all administration to one locaton. Sala Som remains a comfortable safe space away for the Bangkok noise yet located in the heart of the city and minutes away from the BTS and MRT stations. Click here to open a map showing our location.
Bangkok Counselling Service launched the Young Peoples Wellbeing Project in April 2012 set up and designed to meet the needs of young people aged 11 - 18 years. The project has 3 elements:
1 to 1 support for young people aged 11 to 18 years.
Wellbeing Family Work
Available to young people and their whole family and
3. Wellbeing Group Work
Developed for schools and
workshops and group-work sessions developed for each year group and tailored to the specific needs of each school/ group.
For more information and contact details Click here to open the Young Peoples Wellbeing Project webpage.
Bangkok Counselling Service launched the Thai Emotional Support Service in April 2013. For some people counselling and psychotherapy may seem rigid and formal and not open to difference. BCS Thai Emotional Support Service holds Buddhist principles and awareness at its center as a tool to support Thai clients that wish to access this form of support. This service has more flexibility build into it while maintaining the most important elements of traditional counselling, including confidentiality, clear boundaries, and the therapeutic alliance between therapist and client.