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We are HBDCA
Working for the wellbeing of the bleeding disorders community
Working with HBDCA
What we Do
How we work
HBDCA collaborates with haemophilia centres across the UK and their multi-disciplinary teams, to provide free psychological support as part of a holistic package of care to individuals affected by a bleeding disorder, their family members and caregivers.
Wellbeing work-shops on issues important to the bleeding disorder community with a focus on mental wellbeing and the provision of coping strategies
Who we work with
HBDCA provides counselling for individuals, counselling in a group setting i.e. for Mums of newly diagnosed children, for people with an inhibitor, or for bereaved family members of someone lost through contaminated blood.
Training for existing counsellors and for new counsellors wishing to enter the bleeding disorder arena
Meet the Team
Our staff come from a broad range of backgrounds but they have one thing in common – a specialist knowledge of the bleeding disorders community and the desire to change lives through the provision of quality, informed counselling.
CEO & Founder
Marketing Manager & Art Therapist
Facts & Figures
HBDCA by numbers
Hear what clients have to say
Get in touch to register your interest
If you live with a bleeding disorder and you would like to see a counsellor, reach out to express your interest. Please note that we are currently operating a waiting list as we expand our team. We will contact you to arrange an Initial Telephone Consultation.