Whether you are experiencing anxiety, depression, grief, anger, self-esteem issues or relational difficulties, we can work with you to better understand the challenges in your life and help you make healthier, more conscious choices. We help you identify and address long-standing wounds, behaviour patterns or negative perceptions that may be holding you back from experiencing a more authentic, fulfilling and meaningful life.
It may be that you are feeling upset, low or worried about something and just can’t shake the feeling. You may feel ‘stuck’ at a point in life and are unsure of the direction you want to go next. Perhaps you are tired of trying to please everyone else and need some time to consider your needs and wellbeing.
We all have times in our lives when things don’t go the way we expect, plan or want them to. It could be because of something that happened in the past, is happening now or that you think might happen in the future. Whatever it is, counselling could help you cope with whatever you are going through.
It may also be that you have experienced some really difficult and traumatic times in your life either as an adult or a child and you wish to unburden yourself of the on-going effect of these. This is where our counselling services come in to give you guidance!
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In people’s lives, there can be times of anxiety, loss and pain. Unplanned or planned change can also lead to confusion and we may lose confidence and feel unable to cope. It can help you to talk things through with a counsellor, as you may prefer not to talk to family or friends, for fear of being judged, criticised or exposed. On the other hand, it may be that you have received support from people close to you, and this has not been enough to make a difference to you.
Counselling is a weekly fifty-minute session with your counsellor, which offers you the opportunity to work towards greater self-awareness and understanding of what is troubling you. Developing a deeper understanding can lead to new ways of coping with feelings and situations.
In your sessions, your counsellor will listen very carefully to you, developing the relationship between you both, in order that together you can explore and try to understand both conscious and more hidden aspects of your thoughts, feelings and behaviours, which may be contributing to your suffering and unhappiness – this is the Psycho-dynamic approach to counselling.