Counselling is about you, your concerns and your wellbeing

Everyone struggles or feels anxious at some point in their life, but for some people it can be an ongoing problem, sharing your issues with a Counsellor in a safe, supportive, confidential environment often helps.

Does any of this sound like you?

  • I want to feel more focused and less confused, lost and overwhelmed

  • I want to experience more of a sense of direction

  • I want to reduce my anxiety, loneliness and stress levels

  • I want to feel more confident and to tackle my low self esteem

  • I want to overcome panic attacks, feel less exhausted and more energised

  • I want to develop healthier sleep patterns and improve my overall health and wellbeing

  • I want to just accept myself for who I am and stop comparing myself to others

  • I want to come terms with a chronic illness, a life limiting illness or a terminal illness

  • I want to talk through a bereavement and help me through the grieving process


These are just a few common reasons why people come for counselling but what you are struggling with is unique to you and when you meet with the counsellor for that first time you can talk through how counselling could help.  Counselling can help you to overcome issues such as anger, anxiety, stress, bereavement, low self esteem, bullying and work related issues through new ways of thinking and behaving.


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What are the benefits of attending counselling sessions?

  • Counselling can often bring clarity, peace of mind and the answers to the problems that you are struggling with

  • Exploring your thoughts with a professional and non-judgemental person can make you feel less alone and more able to sort out your thoughts in a productive way

  • When your thoughts are muddled, decision making can be difficult.  Counselling is a collaborative relationship, which can help you to develop realistic plans to feel less stuck and to move forwards

  • Counselling can give you a greater degree of self-awareness and understanding of yourself and others, it can help you to improve your self-esteem and become more reflective in your personal relationships

  • Your life can begin to feel more enjoyable and fun

  • Counselling sessions can provide you with more direction and confidence and with strategies on how to develop to your full potential and to achieve goals