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A little about me, and how I can help you…

I’m Gill Wenlock and I am pleased that you have taken time to look through this information. Perhaps you are looking for information on counselling, or seeking support for a particular problem.

I run a Counselling practice in Lincoln, Lincolnshire where I am committed to provide counselling in a safe, confidential and non-judgemental environment at several convenient locations. 

GW Counselling Services provide a variety of training/workshop for the caring professional within an organisational setting, particularly for those working with young people

The idea of “having counselling” may seem odd or even scary, but everyone has had some type of counselling at some time in their lives. They might have chatted about problems over a cup of tea with friends or family, sought advice from a religious mentor or spoken to the family doctor. For some people, the next step is to talk to a professional counsellor. This may be because your problems are very complicated, or because you want confidential, impartial support. Sometimes it is easier to talk to a professional counsellor because the space and time for talking has been set aside just for you.

I have worked with Adults and young people for over 20 years, supporting them through many different challenges. Now, as a qualified counsellor, I can offer a safe, confidential therapeutic counselling service to support you through difficult times. Counselling is about helping you to understand your feelings so that you can make decisions that are right for you. You can get help to develop the skills, which allow you to cope better with life. Counselling is about having time to talk things through in a relaxed way. Counselling is definitely not about telling you what to do, judging you for things you may have said or done, or making you feel uncomfortable.

If you feel I would be able to offer you help or if you simply have some more questions

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  • Counselling for Adults, Adolescents and Children

  • Depression, Stress and Anxiety

  • Bereavement, Loss and Redundancies

  • Trauma, Abuse and Phobias

  • Food Addiction and Eating Disorders

  • Self Injury

  • Drug, Solvent and Alcohol Abuse

  • Domestic Violence

  • Anger Management and Self-Esteem

  • Problems with Relationships