Counselling doesn’t offer quick fixes or generic, impersonal strategies that promise a cure. It is a process of learning about yourself to enable you make better choices, gain resilience, and ultimately live a more fulfilling life.
By investing in your mental health, you are honouring not only your relationship with yourself but with others: family, friends, co-workers.
In the end, everyone wins.
Entering therapy can feel overwhelming but your concerns will be treated in a sensitive and professional manner. You will be in control of the depth and pace of our work.
I am an experienced counsellor - I worked for several years in Primary Care (NHS) and charities.
I help people with various presentations: depression, anxiety, unresolved childhood issues, to name a few.
Reasons for having Counselling
You might be trying to come to terms with life changes, including the loss of a loved one; are at a cross roads, trying to figure out what to do next; lost interest in life; or you are confused, trying to understand your feelings and who you are.
It is important that you can navigate through those difficult situations with the appropriate support to help you feel empowered to deal with present and future problems.
I have a Humanistic approach, but my work has evolved over the years by integrating other aspects from different theories and recent research. I have a particular interest in Neuroscience.