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People look for counselling for a variety of reasons

Life is often complex and demanding, and at some point many people find themselves at the end of their tether. Underlying difficulties can surface with a variety of symptoms for which psychotherapy can be very helpful:

  • unable to eat or sleep properly, feeling exhausted and constantly tearful
  • ‘flying off the handle’
  • feeling angry, anxious or generally ‘down’
  • finding it hard to make relationships work either with partners, the family, or at work
  • unsure about sexuality identity; or struggling with sexual dysfunction
  • dogged by persistent negative thoughts and feelings of low self-worth
  • experiencing obsessive thoughts or behaviour patterns
  • overcoming a bereavement, redundancy, divorce or other important loss in life
  • an inability to manage change
  • feeling stuck and unable to function

Not only is counselling a supportive relationship, but by seeing yourself and your feelings through the eyes of another, psychotherapy becomes a challenging and exciting experience. It all begins with you telling your story and the confidential ‘space’ is entirely yours, free from judgement or criticism. Counselling really changes the lives of those who are prepared to engage and work with the process.