A chance to talk frankly, in confidence, to work through problems such as relationship difficulties, addictions, etc. enabling you to deal with things which are making you unhappy. Counsellors, or Psychotherapists to give them their full title, are fully qualified to diploma level, following three years of study and intensive practical training. If you seek counselling, it will be recognised that you have some sort of difficulty in your life. It could be problems relating to your past, present or future.
Any unhappiness in life can be addressed by a proper, qualified counsellor. The counselling relationship is based on mutual trust, confidentiality and respect for each other. The client can feel safe, able to discuss frankly and thoroughly, all personal issues. The object is for the client to grow away from their distress and change their personal life for the better.
Clients have used Counselling for help with:
- Fears and phobias
- Stress and panic attacks
- Bereavement and loss
- Obesity management
- Substance abuse
- Relationship & couple counselling
- Anger Management
- Bullying (children and adults)
- Confidence building and Low Self-esteem
Counselling gives the client the opportunity to look at their issues in a safe and non-judgmental environment. The therapist works with the client to work through their difficulties in a structured way.
Over time, the counsellor will empower the client to change unhelpful thought and behaviour patterns enabling them to move forward with their life.
For more information please call either
Pam on 07525 713709 who is available on Thursday mornings or
Libby on 07803 120530 who comes in as and when needed to fit in with you.
Both Pam and Libby have many years experience in this field.