Who is the counselling for?
We all experience difficulties at times. Those seeking counselling may be Christians or of another or no faith. They may include those who are:
- anxious or under stress
- looking for more meaning in life
- lonely and isolated
- worried about children or other family members
- experiencing relationship difficulties
- suffering illness or bereavement
- experiencing employment difficulties
- facing retirement
- suffering or suffered abuse
- struggling with eating disorders
How will it help?
Counselling can provide:
- space and time to talk through your situation
- new ways of seeing yourself and where you are in life
- help to identify alternatives to your current situation
- support in moving forward
- ways to cope with unpleasant feelings
Counselling will encourage you and enable you to gain insight into your circumstances and discover how best to move forward.
An initial assessment gives an opportunity to find out more about counselling and talk about your situation. If you would then like to continue with counselling, we will discuss the way forward and arrange future sessions – these are usually weekly and last 50 - 60 mins. I offer concessions to students and also to those on benefits or in difficult financial situations and am always happy to discuss this.