“The darkest hour always comes just before the dawn.”
What’s your approach to counselling?
I primarily follow the person-centred approach, though I also integrate aspects of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and psychodynamics, if I feel these will be helpful and appropriate.
What’s the person-centred approach?
The approach recognises that some life experiences can stop you from feeling good about yourself and fulfilling your potential. It acknowledges that the best way to resolve your problems is to explore your feelings and thoughts is in a counselling relationship, with someone who you can trust to be on your side and see things from your point of view. By exploring your feelings and thoughts, together we can make sense of them and make sure they won’t bother you again.
I also use elements of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and psychodynamics, such as coping techniques, to ensure you have the support you need in the present, and provide helpful strategies for the future.
Why do you think the person-centred approach works so well?
How long are the counselling sessions?
What should I expect at the first session?
How often should I have counselling?
How long will I need to have counselling?
What happens if I only want to have a limited number of sessions?
Do you offer counselling by telephone and Skype?
Do you offer home visits?
Is counselling confidential?
How do I make an appointment?
Please feel welcome to contact me by completing the enquiry form
I look forward to hearing from you