​Who Comes for Counselling?

  • Problems in maintaining relationships,              friendships or family relations
  • Repeated patterns of thinking or behaviour
  • Stress, anxiety or anger
  • Work problems
  • Depression, low self-esteem or feeling flat
  • ​Self compassion and mindfulness
  • Grief
  • Self-harming or suicidal thoughts
  • Sexuality, sexual orientation or sexual issues
  • Fertility issues
  • Thoughts or behaviour causing you or others     concern eg, addictions
  • Body image or eating disorders
  • Shame, jealousy or guilt
  • Getting to know yourself better and exploring     new ways of being yourself
  • Finding new responses to old problems.

We all go through periods when life seems to lose its meaning.  Memories of the past, painful events in the present and worries about the future can all make it difficult to cope with everyday life.  Sometimes people are lonely, anxious or depressed, worried about their relationships, their marriage or family life, or they may be suffering following bereavement, divorce or separation.  Some may want to learn to relate more easily to others or may be looking for more meaning in life.

What is Counselling?

Counselling is the provision of the special relationship with a trained person who will help you to explore difficulties and problems in your life. Many people find that talking things through with someone who has been trained to listen and to support them leaves them less confused and better able to make the changes which they need to improve the quality of their lives.

Counselling can help with...