What is counselling, and how will it help me…

Counselling can be defined as a relatively short-term, interpersonal, theory-based process of helping persons who are fundamentally psychologically healthy resolve developmental and situational issues.

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.

So what do I need counselling for…

Frightening experiences, problems or uncertainties, can all be confusing and make it hard to find the peace of mind you are searching for.

Here some of the experiences I have encountered, and helped with, in the past:

Feeling there is no meaning in life

Eating Disorders

Addiction to drugs/solvents/alcohol

Bereavement of a loved one or a precious pet

Losing your job

Stress at Work or Home

Finding it hard to connect with those around you

Problems with confidence and/or self-esteem

Trauma or abuse, happening now or in the past

Problems with relationships

Feeling lonely or rejected

Feeling lonely or rejected

Feeling depressed, anxious and confused

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

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  • Anger and Aggression Management

  • Management of Drugs, Solvent and Alcohol Abuse

  • Applied Psychology

  • Counselling Children and Adolescents

  • Therapeutic Counselling for Adults

  • Further Training

  • Play Therapy

  • Working with Young People who Self Injure

  • ‘Effective Group Work’

  • Supporting Children & Young People Who Experience Domestic Violence

  • The Fast Trauma (PTSD) and Phobia Cure

  • Food Abuse: from Addition to Obesity

  • Legal Issues Relating to Therapeutic Work with Children & Young People

  • Working with Young People with Eating Disorders

  • Stress management and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

  • Anger Management and Self Esteem

  • Bereavement

  • Anxiety management