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Community Chaplaincy Listening

Your story, in your time, for your wellbeing...

Community Chaplaincy Listening (CCL) is a service provided by NHS Grampian's Healthcare Chaplains who are experienced and trained in active listening.

CCL makes it possible for you to meet with a member of staff who will listen to your story.

How does it work?

Whether you are a patient, carer or member of staff, it offers you space to talk about what troubles you, makes you anxious or upset. It is confidential and non-judgmental. It may help you to reflect on your situation, change how you see things and help with coping strategies.

Religion or spirituality will not be spoken about, unless raised by you.

The appointment time allocated is 50 minutes.

Appointments are available every Thursday at 1pm & 2pm.  These are held at the Aberdeen Community Health and Care Village.

How can I access it?

Your GP, another healthcare professional or a member of the healthpoint/carerspoint staff may suggest you make an appointment or you can refer yourself. To make an appointment simply speak to the Main Reception staff in the Aberdeen Community Health and Care Village Square or telephone 01224 655555.

Where do I go?

On arrival report to the main reception in the Aberdeen Community Health and Care Village. A member of the CCL team will come and accompany you to the Stuart Watson Learning Centre.

CCL @ GP Practices

CCL can also be accessed at the following GP Practices:

Cove Bay Health Centre: Tel 0345 337 1170

Danestone Medical Practice: Tel: 01224 822866

Elmbank Group, Foresterhill Health Centre: Tel: 0345 337 0710

Rubislaw Place Medical Group: Tel: 01224 641 968

Whinhill Medical Practice: Tel: 0345 337 6201