Relationships Scotland

Relationships Scotland Couple Counselling Fife provides a safe and confidential setting for couples and individuals to explore difficulties they experience in their relationship. We can help you to work through problems in current relationships, explore the effects of past relationships or look at how to improve and enrich relationships for the future. We offer a range of daytime and evening face to face counselling sessions in Kirkcaldy, Dunfermline and St Andrews. We can also offer online counselling if it’s not possible for you to travel.

We work with all relationship difficulties whether you are in a couple or on your own, regardless of sex, gender, sexual orientation, religion or ethnicity. What’s important to us is your relationship.

To get in touch you can visit, call on 01592 597444 or email [email protected].

Petes Man Chat Movement

Petes man chat movement is nothing more than a place to come and have a coffee and a blether. Whether you are in the worst place of your life or just feel like you are floating through, socialising is key. Everyone is there for the same reason so as far as being the perfect environment for a blether, its perfect.

I know it’s a massive step for some people but it’s time to get this sorted. I guarantee you within 5 minutes you will feel welcomed and settled. It’s a great bunch of guys and everyone is supportive.

Sometimes we get down to the nitty gritty of life and sometimes we blether about absolute rubbish but it’s all about the social aspect of life, putting yourself in that position and learning or even relearning how to communicate. We are social animals and without that we start to fall apart.

Most men don’t want to be a burden on the ones around them but how can you possibly be a burden on a stranger. Everyone gets something from it whether you are looking for advice or have advice to give, we all have something to offer.


The free and confidential services that KASP offers throughout Fife enable survivors of childhood sexual abuse to make sense of the present in relation to the past. Being heard and supported can help to ease the pain and reduce the power and impact of the memories.

KASP has a range of services to support survivors of childhood sexual abuse including counselling/support, crisis/responsive support, issue based groupwork and a befriending service.

Symptoms that can be generated from the trauma of childhood sexual abuse can be excruciating and life inhibiting. Common responses include shame, anxiety, depression, anger, eating issues, substance misuse and relationship difficulties. Some survivors may be plagued by memories in the form of distressing flashbacks, body memories, mental images or nightmares. These symptoms are all normal responses to trauma but they can feel overwhelming and difficult to deal with.

KASP also offers support to non-abusing parents and friends of those supporting survivors.

We deliver training to raise awareness of CSA to groups throughout Fife.

If you would like more information please check out our website Call the office on 01592644217 or email us at [email protected]

Barnardos Wellbeing

Wellbeing in Fife supports you with your mental health and wellbeing. We help you to develop your skills to manage difficult feelings and emotions. This is done through upskilling, supporting and education around mental health and wellbeing. We’ll work with you to identify the best support for your needs within your local community at times and places that suit you. We work at an early intervention and preventative level, and you do not need a formal diagnosis to contact us.

We work in Fife – Northeast Fife, Leven, Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath for anyone aged 5-26 and parents/carers.

Contact us at: [email protected]


At Ageless Companions we know that loneliness and isolation is a big problem for many people and which inevitably affects a person’s mental health. We believe that a good chat and a little bit of Companionship can make a huge difference to someone’s standard of life including an improvement in their mental health.

Ageless Companions are a client lead service and we do what you would wish us to help with. We can accompany you to appointments, take you for a drive in the car, go to a café for a chat and cake or we can stay in the house and chat if that is what you wish us to do on that day. The times and days are mutually agreed between yourselves and us. We can provide service Monday through to Sunday. The charge is £16.50 PLUS VAT per hour, and you can have as many or as little hours as you wish per week.

We match you up with a Companion who best suits your requirements, and an introduction meeting takes place before the service commences so there isn’t a strange face arriving at the house on the day the service starts. You are supported by the same Companion each visit as we believe that continuity is a necessity in order to build up trust and relieve apprehensions.

A lovely lady who we support for 2 hours a week said that having her Companion was “better than taking any medication” This lady now looks forward to her weekly visits and has a more positive outlook on life as well as experiencing a vast improvement in her mental health.

As every individual is different, we are aware that the need for support varies, which is reflected in the dedicated Service we provide, offering the best person-centred support to the individual, therefore if you would like more information, please

Call us on 01592 396326 email us at [email protected]

Find us on face book – agelesscompanionsltd

Look on our website –

Access Therapies Fife

Access Therapies Fife is a website providing information to help you deal with mental health challenges.

Run by NHS Fife’s psychology service, Access Therapies Fife hosts a number of online sessions for adults and young people, including sessions on stress management, assertiveness, and how to improve your sleep.

The majority of what Access Therapies Fife offers is self-referral and the feedback from users has been overwhelmingly positive.

Andys Man Club

In mid-2016, nine men met in a small room in the typical Yorkshire town of Halifax with a simple aim of talking through their issues and helping each other deal with their mental health. All in attendance were agreed there was a magic in that room that had to be shared. This was the start of a movement that has grown faster than anyone first involved could have ever imagined. Fast forward almost 6 years and ANDYSMANCLUB now has groups at over 126 locations across England, Scotland and Wales.

ANDYSMANCLUB takes its name from Andrew Roberts, a man who sadly took his own life aged 23 in early 2016. Andy’s family had no inkling that he was suffering or struggling to the extent that he would do this, and as a result looked deeper into male suicide and men’s mental health. They soon discovered that male suicide is the biggest killer of men under 54, with Male Mental Health surrounded by well-ingrained cultural stigma in the UK. Elaine Roberts and Luke Ambler are Andy’s Mum and Brother-in-Law, together they came up with the idea of ANDYSMANCLUB, a group where men aged 18 and above can speak openly about their mental health in a judgment-free, non-clinical environment. Groups now operate nationwide and are completely volunteer-led, with the vast majority of group facilitators having first interacted with ANDYSMANCLUB when they came through the door as a service user.

With their service used on a weekly basis by over 2800 men, and an army of over 1000 volunteers on board, the movement is continuing to grow on a week by week basis.

To attend ANDYSMANCLUB, drop us an email – [email protected]. or head to, find your nearest club, and simply attend!