Do I need counselling?

Often people seek counselling for a specific reason, such as a bereavement or addiction. But counselling can be useful at any stage in life. Many of us have experienced things that have affected our self-esteem or ability to form relationships.

Some of the reasons you may seek counselling include: 

  • Problems at work or at home 
  • Feeling despairing or hopeless
  • Feeling suicidal or thinking suicidal thoughts
  • Self-harming
  • Feeling panic or terror
  • Being unable to cope when things go wrong
  • Addressing secret or open addictions
  • Coming to terms with family issues such as abandonment, rejection or conflict
  • Living with bereavement and loss

How I can help you

Individual counselling

Sometimes we just need someone to talk to to explore the things that are troubling us. I provide a safe and confidential environment for you to work through feelings of conflict, confusion or loss.

By using Transactional Analysis, I can help you make sense of the challenges you’re facing and identify where you want to make changes.

We can work together to help you regain autonomy over your life and achieve your goals.

Couples counselling

Being in crisis can threaten your shared vision of the future. Additionally, if you have children, you may feel their security and stability is at risk. 

Therapy will help bring a common language into your relationship, and whether you stay together or not, this language will help you create stronger relationships going forward.

I can provide you with a non-judgemental and supportive space to discuss your relationship and work through difficulties together.

Is counselling right for me?

By landing here, you’ve taken the first step in helping yourself. Contact me to see if counselling is right for you and arrange a free initial phone consultation.