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What is counselling?

The NHS website defines counselling as: “A talking therapy that involves a trained therapist listening to you and helping you find ways to deal with emotional issues."

There are times when we experience anxiety, depression or stress.  We don't feel 'good enough'.   We're sad, angry or feel alone, even when we are with others, trapped and scared, unable to move forward.  Our emotions and thoughts are all jumbled up leaving us constantly tired and anxious.

Does any of this sound familiar?  Counselling can help to improve your self-esteem and your self-confidence.  You are in charge of your own future and your choices.  I can provide you with a safe space where we can start to untangle that ball of emotions and thoughts and things will become clearer. 

Sharing how we feel with our loved ones can be difficult, feeling that they won't understand, will judge us, dislike us, will tell others or, maybe they will reject us. Talking to a counsellor can help you to understand yourself.


I am naturally empathetic, warm and genuine.  Our relationship will be built on trust where we can explore what is going on for you, there will be no judgement and no telling you what to do, you are your own expert in you.