There are many reasons why people seek counselling, such as depression, anxiety, bereavement or addiction. However, some people may not have an obvious reason for their distress and may look for help when they’re feeling ‘lost’ or ‘out of sorts’.
You may find it hard to speak to family or friends about what is troubling you, but talking to someone impartial can have many benefits as that person will listen, understand and accept you as you are.
There doesn’t have to be a label for things to feel wrong. At Counselling Minds I can help you make sense of your feelings and gain a new perspective, no matter what the problem is. You are at the centre of the therapeutic relationship, and I believe you have the solution within yourself to deal with any problems you may be facing.
I offer a respectful, empathic, accepting, caring, confidential and supportive environment for you to talk, and in turn I will listen to you. Counselling doesn’t have to be complicated – it can be made simple.
I have experience of working with many issues, including:
- Anger management
- Panic attacks
- School issues
- Personal identity
- Communication problems
- Personal growth and other life affecting issues
- Relationships (including romantic, friendships, family and workplace)
- Addictive behaviours (alcohol, drugs, sexual, gambling and internet)