How Counselling can benefit You
I believe everyone can benefit from counselling as each one of us experiences challenges at one point or another. Having the opportunity to talk things through can make a tremendous difference to your everyday sense of well-being and health
As a person-centred counsellor working from a humanistic model I strongly believe that you hold your own answers, even if they feel out of reach at the moment. Your counselling sessions will be yours; a safe place for you to explore your feelings, your fears and parts of you that you may have hidden. For this reason the counselling journey can sometimes be a little uncomfortable; I will be with you during those times offering a non-judgmental, confidential space.
A non-directive approach which believes in your ability to make the right choices and your potential to find the best solutions and make the appropriate changes needed in your life.
I have experience of working with people who struggle with low self-esteem and confidence issues; anxiety; stress; depression; anger-related issues; relationship difficulties; loss; bereavement; cultural conflicts; life-transition struggles and the effects of trauma.