The trustees of The Eye Fund are pleased to announce that Joy Hawitt is now established as their new counsellor. Joy is a member of The British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists and will work within their guidelines to provide Read the Rest…
What does The Eye Fund do
The Eye Fund provides much needed counselling and aid to those who are losing their sight due to degenerative diseases,
Here are some quotes from a few people who have had Eye Fund counselling;
“I realise that I can have a better life despite having a visual impairment” (RW)
“Since counselling began I have experienced a notable improvement both physically and psychologically. (EL)
“I am finding that I can overcome some of the negative feelings and am becoming more self aware in terms of my thinking habits. The counselling service is a key part of managing my condition and an excellent and necessary resource”. (JL)
“I didn’t think that counselling would help me cope better with the visual impairment. I have now recognised massive changes in myself and coping mechanisms”. (GC)
We are a National Charity and with your help we can ensure counselling can continue in Ashville Lodge and St Paul’s Eye Hospital. We hope to expand to other hospitals in the UK.
Every penny you can donate will make a difference.
Read About The Eye Fund to find out more about why The Sherry Family started the charity.