There are times in everyone’s lives when we experience difficulties we cannot sort out on our own. At these times people close to us can often provide the help we need. However, some concerns may feel too difficult, embarrassing or painful to share with friends or family. It is then advisable to seek help, in order to avoid things getting worse and a growing feeling of isolation and hopelessness.
Counselling is a process in which a person – the client – talks about an issue they feel troubled about, with the skilled attention of another person – an experienced psychologist. During the process – and outside of the counselling sessions – the client is likely to reflect on the issue they have brought to counselling, with a view to clarifying their situation and considering options for a course of action.
We will offer you an initial appointment as soon as we can. However, we are not an emergency service. If you feel in crisis and need to speak to someone urgently, please contact your nearest hospital.
We provide Counselling for:
- Traumatic experices
- Panic attacks
- Feeling unsupported
- Berevement and Loss
- Relationship difficulties
- Anger anmagement
- Concerns about work and reduntancy
- Low self esteem