Is something holding you back from living the life you want?

 

Would you like to be more fulfilled but don't know how or what to change?
 

Do you feel something isn't right, but aren't sure what it is, why you feel this way or how to resolve it?

Are negative beliefs and thoughts impacting on your emotional and physical well-being?

Talking things through can really help you to understand what you're going through and what's happening in your life. Counselling gives you time to tell your own individual story and provides an opportunity for you to explore ways for self growth and discovery and to make changes or choices that are right for you.

Life doesn't always follow a smooth path and the bumps along the way can be difficult to deal with. Some of these things may include:

  • Relationship problems

  • Anxiety 

  • Insecurities

  • Stress

  • Low self-confidence

  • Low self-esteem

  • Issues at work

  • Depression

  • Loss and change (redundancy, children leaving home, menopause)

  • Bereavement

  • Trauma

  • Negative beliefs

  • Ill-health

Everyone could benefit from a helping hand from time to time to overcome life's obstacles.  Sometimes this can be a difficult experience as you unravel the knots and smooth out the bumps and I can help you through this with empathy, compassion and without judgement for who you are.

You may find that just offloading your problems can help and that's all you need to see clearly, or I can facilitate positive change and growth so that you can lead the life you want to lead. My role isn't to provide advice or suggest what you should do. I support and guide you along your own path as you identify your own solutions.

We live in such a busy world and life is full on. There can be a lot of pressure in our every day lives and the demands can take their toll. Taking some time out to look after yourself and your mental health cannot be underestimated for your well being.

"I was always looking outside for strength and confidence,

but it comes from within. It is there all the time".   

Anna Freud