What is Counselling?

At some point in life everyone faces fear, crisis and Issues. In everyday situations people cope and usually manage to get by. At other times or major life instances, a person’s coping mechanisms may not work as well as they have done previously.

This is where requirement for counselling, often referred to ‘talking therapy’ comes into motion.

Counselling is for anyone struggling to come to terms with any of life’s events, including the associated emotional pain and distress that accompany difficulties. This can also be inclusive of general dissatisfaction with life as a whole.

Counselling is a personal, open relationship that offers a safe environment to work through life’s complications and trauma in an unbiased non-judgemental way.

This allows for the process of transition, healing and an opportunity to explore options that make for better coping strategies and decision making.

The ideal aim is to equip a person for the here and now in an individual way that is bespoke to their future life plans and paths.