Sometimes it's not very easy being human. Do you feel exhausted, stressed or that you just don't fit in? Counselling can help support you through particularly painful or challenging periods of your life. It can allow you to discuss options that perhaps you previously wouldn't have considered.
If the impetus to come into counselling is because you are distressed or can't cope, what will keep you returning is the rewards of the process itself. The experience of being actively listened to and of understanding your life differently.
I am a BACP Registered, Relate trained counsellor and can offer you the time and space to reflect on your situation and perhaps see it differently. You won't be criticised, you won't judged. You will accept you as you are, and can perhaps express yourself in a way you haven't been able to before.
As a relationship therapist I understand that couples come to therapy because the communication between them has become difficult or has broken down, causing arguments and conflict. Couple counselling involve a safe setting, guaranteeing confidentiality which allows a couple to discuss and hopefully resolve their problems.
If you were to come into counselling with me, I'd conduct an initial session free of charge to see what issues are being presented. If we decide we can work together, we would then agree to meet regularly, at one of my practice locations.
Anxiety, Bereavement, Child related issues, Cultural issues, Depression, General counselling, Identity problems, Loss, Mens Issues, Mental health issues, Personal Development, Redundancy, Relationships, Self Esteem, Sex related issues, Sexual identity, Sexuality, Trauma, Work related issues
MA in Relationship Therapy, 2014; Advanced Diploma in Introduction to Couple Counselling, 2009; Certificate in Counselling Skills, 2006; Certificate in Counselling Skills (Further Counselling), 2006; Certificate in Counselling Studies, 2003; Certificate in Understanding People in Counselling, 2001; Certificate in The Practice of Counselling, 2000;
Adults, Couples, Older Adults, Families
Long-term face-to-face work, Short-term face-to-face work,