Counselling is a powerful form of helping that is appropriate when we:are coping with changes in our lives,
need to make important choices,
need to understand or make sense of something significant that is happening in our lives.
Counselling helps those who are:
feeling generally low (e.g. ongoing loneliness, sense of futility, mood swings, stress, confusion, anger, trouble sleeping, depression, anxiety),
facing a specific crisis (e.g. loss, change, trauma, illness, issues around pregnancy including infertility, relationship break-ups, divorce, bereavement, abortion),
worried about relationships (e.g. experiencing difficulty forming or sustaining satisfying relationships, problems within personal or work relationships, family problems, difficulty with intimacy),
dealing with life issues and choices (e.g. sense of identity, sexuality, spirituality, career, parenting).
a safe and confidential, professional relationship through which concerns can be identified, confronted and resolved,
a way to see, make sense of, and resolve, issues and difficulties,
an opportunity to discover choices, identify priorities and see possibilities that weren’t apparent before,
help to explore and manage thoughts and feelings which might seem overwhelming, frightening or confusing,
the opportunity to work through old hurts and conflicts to enable you to move on.