How Counselling Can Help

Counselling involves talking to someone who is trained to help you make sense of and start to change what is troubling you, in a safe and confidential environment. We can work together to unfold your personal story, to help you gain greater understanding and acceptance of your issues and difficulties. My aim is to support you as you develop these insights and begin to make changes.

It will help you address immediate problems and habits that are affecting you, with the aim of identifying their roots and influence over your relationships, both past and present. A focus on early and past experiences and how they impact on the person you are today can lead to deep and lasting change.

I am also experienced in helping people with:

  • Feelings of anxiety, being unable to concentrate, feeling overwhelmed, and panic attacks
  • Difficult relationships or difficulty forming relationships
  • Lack of confidence and low self-esteem
  • Feelings of depression, emptiness and loneliness
  • Symptoms such as eating disorders, self-harming and psychosomatic conditions
  • Divorce and separation
  • A sense of meaninglessness and lack of fulfilment in life
  • Difficulties in recovering from stressful or traumatic experiences
  • Issues relating to abuse or childhood difficulties

To discuss if counselling may be helpful to you and to book an initial assessment, please call to arrange an appointment. If I am unable to answer the phone, please do leave a message and I will return your call as soon as I can. You can also email me.

If you're looking to make changes, and want to be supported in this process, get in touch today.