Counselling which is also known as therapy is a confidential service whereby you talk to a trained counsellor about any difficulties you are facing or have experienced, to gain further insight and understanding and help you to find ways of managing and coping.
You may know why you're reaching out support, for example, for anxiety or if you have experienced a loss. Other times, you may not have a specific reason and that's okay too. Counselling can help to make sense of things, bring some awareness in order for you to be able to gain some control in your life.
Build better relationships with yourself & others
The relationship you have with your counsellor is the first step in healing and enabling change in your life. Counselling is different from talking to friends and family as the counsellor is impartial, trained to be able to listen to you in a non-judgemental way and see things from your point of view. This means you don't have to worry about what you say and you can get things off your chest in a safe and supported environment.
Benefits of having therapy:
Understand yourself more
Build self-esteem and confidence in yourself
Put boundaries in place to protect your energy, time and space
Replace any unhelpful ways of coping with more helpful ones
Feel listened to and accepted in a confidential and safe place
Gain different perspectives over situations to allow you to move forwards
Enjoy the present moment more
Find balance - in relationships, at work and life in general
In order to see some of these benefits, it is recommended that you can attend counselling regularly and consistently.
Please visit the frequently asked questions page for more information on charges, cancellation policy, what to expect in the first session, etc.
If you would like to book your first session or you have any questions please feel free to contact me.
If you would like to book a session, arrange your no-obligation free telephone consultation or you have any questions please feel free to call/text me on 07726 505 842 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.