How can counselling help you?
Sometimes life can throw so many things at us at once that we feel we can't cope - or there's no hope. Or we simply feel stuck. It can happen to anyone - and everyone needs a little help sometimes.
Whatever stage we are at in our lives - whether we're parents with young children or children who have flown the nest, having relationship difficulties, or we've lost our sense of purpose - most of us go through periods when we feel depressed or worried about something.
Even with friends and family we tend to put on a front that we're coping even when we're not. The main advantage of counselling is that you can build a trusting relationship with the counsellor and feel relaxed enough to open up freely about difficulties in your life.
Counselling provides a much needed 'breathing speace' in our busy lives to take stock. But, most important of all, to be listened to by someone who won't judge and won't try and force their opinions on you. You can talk, in confidence, about anything that's bothering you in an open and honest way.
People can get very stuck in their lives. Learning more about yourself can help you move forward.
What is counselling?
Counselling makes people aware that they have more choices than they think - that there are more possibilities in life. It can be very empowering.
You are offered a safe, confidential environment in which to deepen your knowledge of yourself and overcome the issues that can lead to a range of problems. For example it can help you with:
Bereavement and loss
Lack of self-esteem
What happens next?
Contact me for an initial chat and then we can arrange sessions to suit you.
Counselling sessions £45 (concessions may be available)
Couples counselling £55
Counselling students £35
Supervision sessions £60 (1 hour 30 minutes)
Sessions are completely confidential. 24 hours' notice is required for cancellations.
Please follow the link below for contact details.