Counselling is a talking therapy which allows exploration of current, previous or future events which maybe impacting on your life now. Counselling can give you the opportunity to explore choices and find potential solutions which feel comfortable and achievable to you. Counselling is not a magic cure and can be a challenging process in which you may need to explore areas of your life that are painful, having the counsellor there with you to support you through this process can offer some comfort to help you on your journey. Counselling offers you that acceptance as the individual you are and the safe, confidential*, non-judgemental space to allow you to explore what is going on for you and potentially understand yourself better.
What can counselling help with?
- Panic disorder
- Work issues
- Low self-esteem/low self-confidence
- Eating disorders
- Emotional/physical/sexual abuse
- Suicidal thoughts
- Relationship/family issues
These are to name but a few, if you think you may need counselling but are unsure if it will help please get in touch and we can discuss this together.
I have undertaken additional training in IARTT to help with trauma and PTSD.
Accredited with The Foundation for Infant Loss
*Confidentiality will be discussed in the initial session as I adhere to the ethical framework of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.
How long will counselling last?
My sessions are 50 to 60 minutes, I will usually see you once a week, how many weeks is very much based on individual circumstances but a general guide would be between 6-12 sessions. Counselling is a collaborative process in which your own thoughts and feelings regarding progress are valued and acknowledged.
Call me on: 07704945630 or Email :firstname.lastname@example.org