The Counselling Process

A way to explore your feelings and ideas

By providing professional assistance and guidance, many personal or psychological problems can be solved.

What areas can be treated with counselling?

  • Abuse Verbal, sexual, physical and emotional mistreatment
  • Addictions Looking to the root cause - what is substance abuse a symptom of - where is the pain?
  • Anger Towards yourself and others
  • Bullying Victims of bullying very often, unjustly blame themselves in some way.
  • Confidence
  • Depression A lack of motivation and enduring feelings of sadness along with other symptoms
  • OCD
  • Grief and loss Death of a loved one, loss of an important role or position in your life
  • Disordered eating  Exploration of the emotional relationship to food
  • Relationship issues With colleagues, partners or children
  • Stress and Anxiety At home or in the work place
  • Self development Personal development
  • Self Harm Understand the underlying reasons for self destructive behaviour


Why not take advantage of a 
free 30 minute discovery session
to find out how I can help you


How will it help me?

Find clarity and acceptance

Perhaps you have been struggling with a personal issue and feeling alone. In a non- judgemental space you might explore thoughts and feelings not previously looked at.

My presence is supportive in this process and observations and reflections that I may provide may help you ‘stick at it’ and find your own resources to deal with certain issues.


In order for counselling to be successful the client needs to trust the counsellor. In the beginning time is spent building this trust and the importance of the client feeling that they may voice their feelings without fear of judgement is absolutely essential.

The process is essentially the catalyst needed for insight and clarification.