No matter how successful we are in our career or how happy we feel in our home lives, there may be aspects of our lives that are not quite how we want them to be, or that could be better.
Whether it is relationships with friends, families or partners, problems or dissatisfaction with our careers, or the emotional strains, questions and doubt that can arise following bereavement, we all have times when the pressures and responsibilities of our lives may seem too much. The problems may be ones we are facing together with others, or they may be personal to us. We may feel foolish and see it as a sign of weakness to admit these issues to close friends or family.
In all these situations, counselling can help to resolve the problems and move forward with life in a supportive environment.
I am a UKCP Registered Psychotherapist and AFT Member, based in the Victoria area, with more than 20 years’ experience in Private Practice & the NHS working with individuals, couples and families. I offer counselling to tackle issues in relationships, work and following bereavement. I also offer anxiety counselling, stress counselling and depression counselling that get to the root cause of problems and provide a way to handle the mind’s and body’s reaction to them.
I am qualified and experienced in a range of therapies including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Mindfulness, Relaxation and Behaviour Therapy. In an initial introductory session I explain how I work and the therapies I offer to help people decide on the individual therapy of combination of therapies they feel will be right for them.
With no set minimum or maximum number of sessions, and an ethical fee scale based on your income, there are no barriers to accessing the relationship counselling, anxiety counselling, stress counselling, depression counselling and bereavement counselling services I provide in Victoria and surrounding areas.
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