Counselling

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Why Counselling?

 

Do you feel like things that happened in the past impact how you feel and act now?

Do you get the feeling that something isn’t quite right but don’t know what?

Do you have something you want to change?

Do you the feel like you dislike more and more things about yourself?

Do you feel your anxiety is holding you back?

Do you have a list of bad foods and the length of it keeps getting longer?

Do you feel something bad might happen if you don’t behave in a certain way?

Do you feel you just want someone to talk to?

 

Whether it’s a sense that you’re just not happy or you have something specific you want to talk about, counselling can offer support with a number of things. Some of these might include:

 

Domestic abuse, self-esteem, anxiety, self-harm, depression, sexuality, gender, stress, anger, sexual abuse, relationships, Obsessive Compulsive Behaviours, eating disorders, trauma, school issues, peers, work, bereavement. 

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Person-Centred, CBT, Integrative Therapies: What does it all mean?

What can I expect from my first

session?

So you've made an appointment, what next?

FAQs

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