COVID 19 UPDATE
In line with current Government Coronavirus guidelines I am pleased to inform clients that I will resume face-to- face counselling at my consultation room from August 2020.
During initial phone contact , I will take a short risk assessment relating to your current state of health. Written Covid 19 guidelines will be handed out at our first meeting.
When can counselling help?
Are you concerned about your alcohol intake, drug use or gambling?
Are you affected by someone else’s drinking, drug use or gambling?
Do you experience difficulties in you relationships with your partner,parents,children or friends?
Have you lost a loved one and need to talk to someone?
Do you feel depressed or anxious and find daily life difficult to manage?
Would you like to improve your confidence and the way you feel about yourself?
If any one of these issues is part of your experience, then counselling could help.
What is Counselling?
Counselling is a two-way process in which you and your counsellor work together towards helping you gain a better understanding of yourself and your relationships with others.
Counselling provides you with the opportunity to explore, understand and address your difficulties in a safe, confidential and non-judgmental environment.
Counselling helps you to:
Set new goals
Make positive choices
Feel more in control of your life
Achieve personal growth and change