What is Person Centred Counselling?
Counselling That Makes a Difference
Everyday we are pushed and pulled in all kinds of directions because of family, work and relationships. Sometimes things happen to us in life that can deeply affect us for whatever reason and therefore can find it difficult to open up to friends and family members about these problems. As a result, we may not be able to make sense of our behaviours and emotions on our own.
Counselling can help bridge the gap and reconnect you to your thoughts and feelings. By creating an empathic and trusting therapeutic relationship together, you are invited to share the inner most thoughts and feelings that may be blocking your path somehow. Maybe you do not know what is in your way and want to work through what is on your mind with someone in confidence and without judgement. My private counselling space can facilitate exploring and making sense of your thoughts and feelings. In turn this may enable you to feel more empowered and in control of your life. Through our work together, you really are free to grow and be who you truly are.
What issues can this type of therapy help with?
• Anxiety • Depression
• Self Esteem • Abuse • Relationship Issues •
• Stress • Anger • Family Problems • Dissociative Disorder • Trauma • Confidence • Childhood issues • Domestic Abuse
• Bullying • Emotional distress • Personal development
and many more....
Why choose Person Centred Counselling?
Acceptance, Understanding, Authentic & Genuine
The Person Centred Approach is most helpful for those that:
Wish to explore their thoughts and feelings
Value personal responsibility
Have important decisions to make
Are ready to want to work to change something in their life
It is less helpful for those:
Seeking direct advice, diagnosis or psychological analysis
Therapy focuses on your feelings and not those of the counsellor
You are in the driving seat and the expert of your life
Encourages automony and self-growth and healing.
A deeper awareness and understanding of thoughts, feelings and patterns of behaviours
Improved self expression
Less guilt, shame and feelings of insecurity
Process past trauma or feelings of loss
Healthier relationships with self and others
Feeling of empowerment and more in control of situations