THERAPY SERVICES

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ONLINE COUNSELLING

Online video -based counselling sessions via either Microsoft Teams or WhatApp video call, working in a quiet and confidential space to explore your reasons for seeking counselling.

TELEPHONE COUNSELLING

Telephone therapy offers appointments with simple access, flexibility, and privacy. Some individuals find it easier to open up about problems without being face to face with a therapist.

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Whatever you’re struggling with, I’m here to help you achieve your goals. Contact me to find out more.

WHAT IS COUNSELLING ?

Therapy and counselling is a safe and confidential space for you to talk and connect with a trained professional about any issues and concerns you may have. As your therapist I will help you explore your thoughts, feelings and behaviours so you can gain insight and awareness of yourself and of others. Building a relationship for our work is very important to me, this means taking time to listen, empathise and support your needs.

I use a humanistic integrative approach to counselling that can help you overcome personal challenges, and allow you to achieve your individual goals. I adapt my approach to cater to each of my client’s personal needs in order to unlock their full potential. Drawing on theory and interventions from Person Centered counselling, Transactional Analysis, Gestalt and CBT to name a few, I work to each clients needs without a blanket approach to my work.

How it Works -

Starting with an initial consultation which last 15 minutes, this is your chance to share what you need help with, ask any questions and discuss how to move forward. Either by telephone or video call. You can then take time to decide if you want to proceed and get in touch at a later date and book a counselling session. Sessions are 50 minutes long, typically weekly at the same day and time.

"When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves."

- Vicktor Frankl

COMMON ISSUES

While I can recognise there are endless number of reasons for seeking support via counselling, 


Some presenting issues often brought to counselling are listed below.

ANXIETY AND PANIC

LOW MOOD & DEPRESSION

STRESS

LOSS & BEREAVEMENT

FAMILY & RELATIONSHIPS

DISORDERED EATING

ADDICTIONS

ANGER MANAGEMENT

LOW SELF-ESTEEM

HEALTH RELATED ISSUES

SELF HARM

TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCES