About Counselling

Counselling offers an insightful and different perspective into your particular issues and determines why you may repeatedly find yourself in the same negative situations or why other people just don't seem to understand! Feeling overwhelmed, with no sense of direction can be the point at which you feel that professional help may be whats needed.

We are now living in a busy world where sometimes the pressures of family life and work commitments can become overwhelming. Worries over relationships with family members, friends or work colleagues can sometimes lead to frustration, anger, sadness confusion and even fear. This can result in low self-esteem and/or anxiety, affecting both self-confidence and your life. You may start questioning yourself and fear making mistakes at work, with family members or other important relationships. Talking about your relationships, expressing your grief over a loved one or not understanding why negative things may continue to impact on your life, counselling offers an empathetic and compassionate space to help you move towards feeling happier, more confident and more positive about life.

For couples relationship counselling provides a structure for you to nourish and build on what works in your relationship and have a safe place to work through issues.
Like many couples you might find yourselves getting stuck, repeating the same arguments and patterns of behaviour, it may be you want to have more intimacy or you wish to work through a break of trust.

It’s common these days to get tired, stressed, worn-down through work commitments or looking after children, which leaves little time to focus on your relationship and each other. Sometimes everyone is too busy to think about what is really going on.
It can be reassuring to know that times of conflict are normal and can be worked through, it’s how the conflict is dealt with that counts.
Counselling could provide a safe and confidential space to pave the way for compromise.

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