I would like to acknowledge the courage it takes to make that first step towards counselling as a way to help yourself. If you haven’t experienced counselling before it’s understandable that you may feel nervous or confused about what to expect. If you have had counselling before you may also have some anxieties depending on your previous experience.
Many people find themselves in a position where they are unable to cope with an aspect of their lives or they may feel a general sense of unhappiness which affects the quality of their life. This could be linked to events such as illness, divorce, redundancy or the loss of a loved one or there could be a general sense of unease, unhappiness, anxiety or mental health issues without any obvious root.
Whatever your reason for seeking counselling my aim is to enable and empower you to learn your own successful ways of coping. My core approach is person centred in that I work to your objectives. I am here to help you with what you feel you need. Your viewpoint is my starting point.
Counselling usually takes place on a weekly basis. The number of sessions will vary depending on individual needs. I am professionally trained to help you address any of the following issues:
- Panic Attacks
- Relationship Issues
- Identity Issues
- Sexual Issues
- Low Self-Esteem
- Low Confidence
- Loss of Direction
- Mental Health Issues
- Plus many more
Relationship counselling is for any couple wanting to work on issues that are impacting on the quality of their relationship. This includes: Dating couples, cohabiting couples, married couples, same sex couples, separated couples and divorced couples.
Relationship counselling sessions are carried out on a weekly basis although the length between sessions may change as progress is made.