Person centred counselling is a non-judgmental and humanistic approach that allows you to find your own answers in life. My first experience of person centred counselling was part of the diploma training course. I was able to delve deep into my own process, with the support of this talking therapy, and let go of many years of conditioning from family, grief, and work through issues I had been holding on to for most of my life.
I offer an initial 30-minute appointment, and then if you would like to work with me, we will agree on the number of sessions and arrange times. We can meet long-term or short-term, and face to face, online, telephone and walk and talk sessions are all available.
The issues I can support you with are: addictions, eating disorders, obsessions, OCD, phobias, self harm, abuse, anxiety, bereavement, depression, loss, post traumatic stress, trauma, personal development, cancer, disability, health related issues, self esteem, sexual identity, infertility, pregnancy related issues, relationships, sexual related issues, anger management, redundancy, spiritual direction, work related issues.