When might counselling help?

Are you concerned about your alcohol or drugs’ use?

Are you affected by someone else’s drinking or drug’s use?
Do you experience difficulties in your relationships with your partner, parents, children or friends?

Have you experienced a traumatic event in the past that is still affecting you?
Have you lost a loved one and need someone to talk to?

Do you feel depressed or anxious and find daily life difficult to manage?
Do you experience work related stress?
Do you struggle with any other mental health issue?
Would you like to have more confidence in yourself and develop you self-esteem?

Counselling can help with any of these issues and many more

How can counselling help?

Counselling provides you with the opportunity to explore, understand and address the problems and difficulties that you experience in a safe, non-judgmental and confidential environment.

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 is also a process that introduces alternative perspectives and facilitates personal growth and change.

Counselling can help you to:

Increase self-awareness
Set new goals
Make positive choices
Feel more in control
Enhance sense of well being