Leah Connelly Counselling in Aldershot, Hampshire

Counsellor and Psychotherapist in Aldershot, Farnham, Farnborough, Fleet, Guildford, Godalming and surrounding areas


Do you need help with with...

  • Changes in your relationship
  • Coping with change in your life or work
  • Coping with your panic attacks and anxiety
  • Relationship breakdowns or sexual issues
  • Overwhelming feelings
  • Managing the impact of stress on your life
  • The impact of palliative care
  • A life limiting illness
  • Loss and Bereavement
  • Living with depression
  • Sexuality (LGBTQIA)
  • Anger management
  • Current or previous trauma


    If you want to find out more and make a step towards a change then call me today to book an initial session on 07729 515990.

    I also offer early morning and evening appointments subject to availability. My counselling and psychotherapy practice is easily accessed from the A31 and surrounding areas with ample free parking. I work with adults over the age of 18 on an individual basis.

    You can follow me on Facebook. Click here to find interesting and informative stories such as the ones below.

    Male suicide and mental health is a huge issue, every two hours a man in the UK takes his own life, that's 84 men who commit suicide, on average each week. Suicide is the biggest killer of men aged under 45 in the UK and about 75% of all suicides are men. It is not uncommon for people to have passing thoughts about taking their own life but it’s when these thoughts become more intrusive or over whelming then it might be time to share these thoughts. People are being encouraged to talk about this difficult issue, recently Project 84 created 84 individual sculptures and these where placed on ledges on the top of buildings in London for a few days at the end of March. Each figure represented a man lost to suicide and the friends and family helped with the creation of this project. The idea behind Project 84 is raise awareness and to get the conversation going about this difficult subject, to be more open and to raise the issue regarding the lack of support available. Click here if you would like to find out more or to find a helpline number.

    Matt Haig wrote a best selling memoir about depression, "Reasons to stay alive". However my favourite book by the author is The Humans, a clever and wry book about the human condition as viewed by an alien on a mission, there are some very clever, funny and sad observations. There are loads of great quotes in the book but this is one of my favourites,
    "Advice for a human: Dark matter is needed to hold galaxies together. Your mind is a Galaxy. More dark than light. But the light makes it worthwhile. Which is to say: don't kill yourself. Even when the darkness is total. Always know that life is not still. Time is space. You are moving through that galaxy. Wait for the stars.” Click here to read an article by Matt Haig.

    "When the Bough Breaks" is an American documentary about postpartum depression and postpartum psychosis currently airing on Netflix. It’s a very moving and honest documentary from the perspectives of mothers that have experienced postnatal depression and postnatal psychosis and sheds light on this difficult topic and the impact on themselves and their partners. Click here to find out more.

    Attachment styles and how they impact our adult relationships

    As adults our attachment styles develop as a result of the repetitive interactions we had with important caregivers or parents as babies and growing in to childhood. When we begin to understand our attachment style we begin to understand ourselves better, how we are within relationships in our lives and how this now impacts us as adults. This is a useful and simple introductory article on attachment styles. Click here to read more.

    Mental Health at Work

    The charity Mind promote the importance of mental health at work.

    Mental health is often still considered a taboo subject in the workplace but statistics show that at least one in six workers experience mental health problems, including anxiety and depression. To find out more go to my Blog click here

    One to one counselling sessions provide time to explore what is concerning you without fear of judgement or criticism. I offer time to reflect and focus on yourself in a safe, confidential and supportive space, that can be powerful and beneficial to you.

    As a BACP counsellor, I work with various clients but in my role as a volunteer counsellor at the Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice I have a specific experience and interest in working with carers, patients and family members in relation to life limiting illness and bereavement. If you would like to find out more about Phyllis Tuckwell Hospice Care and the support they provide or how to fundraise click here to find out more.

    I am a fully qualified counsellor and psychotherapist in Aldershot and Farnham and can see clients for private counselling in Aldershot, Farnham, Farnborough, Guildford Fleet and surrounding areas. I understand our lives are busy with family and work commitments, so in addition to day time counselling appointments I also offer early morning and evening appointments subject to availability.

    My counselling and psychotherapy practice is near Aldershot, Farnham, Farnborough, Fleet, Godalming and Guildford and easily accessed from the A31 and surrounding areas with ample free parking. I work with adults over the age of 18 on an individual basis.

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    I am a fully qualified counsellor and psychotherapist in Aldershot and Farnham and can see clients for private counselling in Farnham, Aldershot, Guildford, Fleet and surrounding areas.

    You can also find me in The Counselling Directory, click here and the BACP (The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) click here.

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