In The News

05 Dec 2011

Gary Speed's death prompts 10 players to seek grief counselling


The news comes after Gordon Taylor, chief executive of the Professional Footballers’ Association urged players to ask for help with any issues which concerned them about the death of the former Welsh manager.

Last night, Peter Kay, chief executive of the clinic which was set up in 2000 to help sporting figures mainly with alcohol and gambling problems, said an unusually high number of players were turning to his organisation for grief counselling.

Read full article

Daily Telegraph


» All news articles

Find a Therapist Quick Search

or use Advanced search for more detailed criteria.

Share your experience of therapy with others