Counselling for Adults and Young People
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Counselling for Adults

People from all walks of life have counselling for a wide range of concerns, issues and problems. 
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Listed below are just a few of the examples of where I may be able to provide support:
  • Loss of direction
  • Feelings of hopelessness, despair or depression
  • Relationship issues
  • Family burdens
  • Bereavement, grief or loss
  • Anxiety, panic attacks
  • Creativity or spirituality issues
  • Health problems
  • Work issues i.e. stress, anxiety, feeling bullied
  • Sexual or sexuality issues
I provide an opportunity to explore difficulties and uncertainties that may sometimes seem impossible to resolve. My role is not to offer advice or diagnose but to support and guide. I aim to facilitate awareness, encourage choice and enable change.
You may have worries about sharing distressing or embarrassing problems with a counsellor and this is very normal. Work is undertaken at a pace suitable for the individual. Sharing feelings and thoughts in a supportive, safe and confidential setting is often helpful and can be life changing.
In therapy it is the relationship to our internal world that is contemplated. For example, improving the way we view ourselves, changing negative self-talk into positive affirmations and transforming limiting beliefs into a more positive way of thinking.
Reflecting on my own experience, I can appreciate just how many benefits there are to having therapy, e.g. improved relationships, deeper intimacy, increased confidence, greater self-esteem, authentic communication and a renewed sense of identity to name but a few.
 
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