Why come to counselling?
Call me today on 07729 515990 to book your first session.
Through the counselling process, the hope is to identify emotions and responses as well as repeated patterns of behaviour that have, or continue to impact your life. As humans we are creatures of habit and we often unknowingly repeat patterns of behaviours. By talking and exploring with me in sessions you will become aware of these patterns and you can gain personal insight and self awareness enabling you to change the way you think about yourself, the way you experience life and the relationships you have with others.
To find out a little more about what happens in therapy and how therapists work, follow this link to the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy), of which I am a member.
Examples of issues for counselling.
It may be that you feel very successful in your life, your family and your careers yet still you feel unfulfilled in life.
Grief is a natural response to losing someone and there is no right or wrong way to grieve, we are unique individuals with unique relationships. There is no set path or time line to grief, bereavement counselling gives you the opportunity to explore your emotions without guilt or the common concern of burdening those around you.
Life limiting illness or terminal illness
Living with a serious illness affects people differently. There can be a range of emotions, for example from hopeful, overwhelmed, isolated, vulnerable and angry. Close relationships, roles and intimacy can all be affected, counselling may be of help to those living with life limiting illness but also family members, friends and carers.
I offer an non-judgemental space where you can explore your thoughts and feelings whether that be sexuality/asexuality/sexual fluidity, gender identity (e.g. trans/non binary), monogamy vs polyamory etc.
Counselling and psychotherapy in Hampshire and Surrey within easy reach in the local area providing counselling in Aldershot, counselling in Farnham, counselling in Fleet, Church Crookham, Wrecclesham, Lower Bourne, Runfold, Badshot Lea, Tongham, Ash Vale, Weybourne, Upper Hale, Farnborough, Alton, Bentley, Godalming, Camberley, in Woking and Guildford.