How counselling can help

We have so many demands on our time that we can lose sight of ourselves and our mental and physical health can suffer.  This can lead to you feeling constantly tired, unable to sleep, stressed out and anxious.  You have no room to think, you feel overwhelmed and have no idea where to start.

Counselling gives you that space and time to see what is going on.  It can help to identify what needs to change and assists in finding ways to communicate your needs so that you feel understood.  

You may be thinking "I don't have time for counselling, my troubles are not that important, I just need to get on with it."    Think about how it would feel to have someone listen to you, working with you to find out what you'd like to change and how to do  it.  Your troubles are unique to you and impact on you and your relationships, they are important, as are you.  Putting aside 50 minutes each week is the important first step in starting to look after yourself. So take that step.

 

I help people to put themselves first, supporting them in recognising their needs and to communicate those needs to others.  

Qualifications

  • Diploma in Psychotherapeutic (Psychodynamic) Counselling

  • Certificate in Counselling Skills

  • Certificate in Introduction to Time Limited Counselling

  • Certificate In Carrying out Client Assessments