Sometimes life doesn't go the way we expected, it throws things at us that we never thought it would and we can be left feeling stuck or dissatisfied.
These can be dramatic events or a build up of life's stresses... or perhaps we can't quite understand how we got here, we just know that something isn't quite as we would like it to be.
This is where counselling can help.
Through exploring our thoughts, feelings and experiences we can start to make sense of them and uncover what it is that we want, what it is that we can change or come to terms with to allow us to move forwards.
How often does someone listen to you, uninterrupted, in a space that is safe and focused entirely on your needs?
As your counsellor my role is not to advise you or tell you how to live your life. Your decisions and choices aren't there for me to judge or impose my opinions on. I am simply there to listen and help you make sense of your own thoughts and feelings, with the view to working together to find solutions and a way to move forward that's right for you.
If this sounds like you please do not hesitate to read on and get in touch.
I am an Individual Member of the BACP and therefore adhere to the BACP Ethical Framework (2016) which provides a set of guidelines ensuring safety and a professional standard of working for both myself and my clients.