Benefits of Counselling

Counselling is an effective support to face and manage difficulties, for self‑development and growth. This often means looking at the experiences and habitual ways of being which hold people back from achieving what they could. Having a non-judgmental space to talk about emotional or psychological difficulties can help people better understand themselves and their behaviours.

How I can support you

Indicators that counselling could be a good support are the symptoms people notice in daily life.

Everyone can benefit from counselling at some point in their life, as everyone will experience some of the issues below. However big or small an issue is, counselling can be a useful support in facing life’s challenges, finding a way through and deciding how to move on.

For example:
Counselling can be particularly helpful if people experience:

Relationship or marital difficulties, a break-up or divorce.
Sudden outbursts of anger or tears that seem disproportionate.
Panic attacks, feeling anxious or overwhelmed.
Not being able to form fulfilling or lasting intimate relationships.
Post traumatic stress disorder or complex PTSD.
Insecurities about sense of self or making decisions.
Feeling sad, a lack of motivation or pleasure in life.
Feeling like some events from the past are making life difficult.
Feeling bad or having a sense of worthlessness.
Repetition of actions that create problems.
Having trouble sleeping, nightmares or constant worrying.
Bereavement or loss.
Difficult or abusive relationships.
Feeling inhibited, numb or that there must be more to life.
Drinking more than used to, or is healthy.
Suffering from isolation and loneliness.
Superstitious thoughts or habits which are difficult to let go of.
Existential dread, fear of death, illness or ageing.
An underlying sense of fear, like something bad might happen.
Being a parent and noticing any of the above experiences in your children.
Getting into fights or disputes with other people or losing jobs often.
Transitions from one major life stage into the next (for example: leaving university, becoming a parent or grandparent, change of work, being made redundant or retiring from work).

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