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WHAT IS COUNSELLING?
Counselling is a type of mental health treatment that involves talking to a trained professional about personal and emotional issues. The goal of counselling is to help people overcome difficulties, make positive changes in their lives, and improve their overall well-being.

Counselling sessions typically involve a therapist who listens actively to the client’s concerns and offers support and guidance. The therapist may use various techniques such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness, or psychodynamic therapy, depending on the client’s needs and preferences.

Counselling can help individuals with a wide range of issues, including anxiety, depression, relationship problems, grief and loss, trauma, addiction, and more. The duration of counselling varies depending on the individual’s needs and goals but typically involves regular sessions over a period of several weeks or months.

WHY CHOOSE COUNSELLING?

  1. Manage Mental Health: Counselling can be an effective way to manage mental health issues, such as anxiety, depression, and stress. A trained therapist can help you develop coping strategies, explore underlying issues, and learn new ways to manage symptoms.
  2. Improve Relationships: Counselling can improve your relationships with others, including family, friends, and romantic partners. A therapist can help you develop communication skills, learn to set boundaries and navigate difficult conversations.
  3. Enhance Self-Awareness: Counselling can increase self-awareness and help you understand your thoughts, emotions, and behaviors. A therapist can help you identify patterns and triggers that may be holding you back and work with you to create a plan for personal growth.
  4. Deal with Trauma: Counselling can help you deal with the aftermath of a traumatic experience. A therapist can help you process your emotions and develop coping strategies to manage symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) or other trauma-related conditions.
  5. Support Life Transitions: Counselling can provide support during life transitions, such as moving to a new city, starting a new job, or ending a relationship. A therapist can help you navigate these changes and work through any challenges or fears that may arise.
Therapists who offer this treatment

Rosie McConville

Rosie is a therapist committed to establishing a secure, welcoming, and empathetic…

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Georgia Fragkouli

MEMBERSHIPS Accredited Member of UKCP, Registered Member of BACP, Registered Member of…

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Letizia Nodari

My name is Letizia, and I've proudly called the Northeast of England…

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Dr Christine Price

With over 25 years of extensive experience as a Clinical Psychologist, I…

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Kate Kingsford

Hi, I’m Kate. As a counsellor, I’m here to guide you as…

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