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Counselling is a change (growth, healing) process in which you can be helped to:

  • express yourself  in a safe, supportive, collaborative, non-judgmental climate

  • identify and clarify your problem

  • identify unhelpful patterns

  • learn, where appropriate, more helpful coping skills

  • identify and achieve goals that are important to you.

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Girl by the Lake


  • understand yourself and your problems better

  • deal with issues that are preventing you from achieving your ambitions

  • feel more confident

  • deal with feelings of depression or sadness, and have a more positive outlook

  • cope with redundancy or work related stress

  • develop a better understanding of other people's point of view

  • cope with bereavement or relationship breakdown

  • explore issues such as sexual identity

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Rustic Beach Path

Person-Centred Approach

In humanistic model I use the ultimate goal for counselling is to help you to recognise and accept your own internal worth and to be congruent with who you really are in your essence.


Therapist is not there to solve all of your problems but rather to help guide and support you to gain insight and understanding for yourself.


It’s about devoting the time, the care and the self-reflection to better understand the life you lead and to develop the skills useful in facing the difficulties life throws at you.

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