When can counselling help
- Marital and relationship difficulties
- Stress and depression
- Low self worth/self esteem
- Change of life style
- Anxiety states
What counselling is not
- Giving advice
- Telling you what to do
What I can offer
I can offer a safe place where you can be heard, enabling you to look at issues, feelings and emotions. I will give you the support and clarity you require to empower you to make the changes in your life that you want to make.
I am able to work with not only the presenting problems but also with underlying problems or patterns of behaviour you may wish to change.
"The key to happiness is to remember what is important to you."
“Pain runs deep, but joy runs deeper.”
About my training
Through the WEA (Worker’s Educational Association) I obtained The Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling. The training was conducted within the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) guidelines and I adhere to the BACP code of practice and ethics. I realise the importance of confidentiality.
I am a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
The course was based on a humanistic mode of counselling and takes account of the whole person. I am able to work in a creative way with clients, enabling them to open up and see what is behind their presenting problem and where their blocks may be. I work on many levels and encourage the client to also work through many layers.
I completed The Foundation for Infant Loss Accredited Provider Training Course On: 17 December 2017 and therefore I am now able to use these additional skills to help you at this time of loss.
With in all my work I bring a spiritual presents and work within a sacred space.
Please contact me
to support you