How Can Counselling Help?

Counselling is a talking therapy. It is different from discussing things with your family, friends and colleagues. A trained counsellor will help you to explore what is troubling you and also to express and explore your inner most thoughts and feelings. Everyone can benefit from counselling.

As a counsellor I do not judge. I offer you respect, confidentiality, and I will value you as a person. The counselling process is reviewed regularly. We will decide together when the time is right to end. This will depend on your particular situation and needs.

Counselling can be useful for many issues and the following list is just an example of the areas of support people come to counselling for.


Low self-confidence & Low esteem

Bereavement and loss

Relationship Issues

Separation, Divorce, & Marriage Problems

Anxiety Stress & Panic Attacks

Loss of Identity,  Lack of Purpose & Loneliness

Addiction, Drug & Alcohol and Substance misuse

Domestic Violence

Eating Disorders


Self Harm


Anger Management

Rape or Sexual Assault

Painful Childhood Experiences

Post and Prenatal Depression

Health, Feeling Low and Unhappiness

Life Changing Decisions

Greater Personal Fulfilment

These are feelings that all humans can suffer from at some time in their lives and unfortunately prolonged negative experiences can reduce the quality of your life. This can become damaging to relationships not only with others but also to the relationship you have with yourself.