Why choose counselling now?
Why am I feeling overwhelmed and anxious? There are times when everything feels like a struggle, when things become overwhelming and too difficult to manage alone. There are times when the support from family and friends simply isn’t enough. When it can feel extremely lonely and as if there is no-one to turn to, or that no-one understands. It is at these difficult times of loneliness when acute anxiety, stress and depression can feel overwhelming and overshadow your thoughts.
How will counselling Help me? The decision to ask for help, and the first steps into counselling can be a daunting and anxiety provoking time. Talking to a stranger may feel like an odd concept, however talking your troubles through with someone who is unrelated and non-judgemental, can help you make sense of your thoughts, and your inner turmoil. I provide a safe space where we can work towards understanding your past experiences, how these affect you now, and equip you with the ‘tools’ to create new ways of relating to yourself and to others. Helping you find your answers and your solutions, to strengthen your self-esteem and bring about, a noticeable and lasting change.
What can I help you with?
Below is a list of some of the areas I work with, although not exhaustive or exclusive. Please contact me if you feel I may be able to help.
Affairs and betrayals
Child related issues
Generalised anxiety disorder
Male Mental Health
Maternal Mental Health
Paternal Mental Health
Passive aggressive behaviour
Perinatal Mental Health
Postnatal depression (mums and dads)
Pregnancy and Childbirth related anxiety
Seasonal Affect Disorder (SAD)
If you are currently experiencing an emergency or major crisis and contemplating serious self-harm, it is essential for you to seek immediate help.
You may wish to contact your GP
Your nearest A&E service.
Samaritans are FREE to phone 116 123 (this number doesn’t appear on phone bills)