What is Counselling?
Counselling is a ‘Talking Therapy.’ It is a process that provides an opportunity to talk about issues that may be troubling you, with the aim of working through them to find a solution.
We aim to support you to talk through your issues, to identify the root cause of your specific thinking and behaviour patterns. The approach is like peeling back the layers of an onion, it is the heart of the onion that causes us pain, and to reach the pain we use our counselling to peel each layer back slowly, allowing us to control that pain in smaller pieces that can be managed safely.
Our Counselling formats:
We provide Counselling in the following formats:
Issues Counselling can support with:
Our clients come with a broad range of issues including: relationship/child and family problems, bereavement and loss, anger, aggression or other strong feelings, obsessions, compulsions and control issues, depression and low mood, postnatal depression, stress and generalised anxiety (GAD), health anxiety, shyness, social anxiety, blushing, trauma, Post Traumatic Stress and PTSD, low self-confidence / low self-esteem, physical, emotional and sexual abuse (including bullying and domestic violence), sex and sexuality, phobias and panic disorder, weight management and body issues, eating disorders, self-harm, gambling and addictions, alcoholism.
This is a service that can be provided prior to or after any therapy you may behaving with an NHS provider.
Counselling Single Session
Single counselling sessions are available at £50 per session