“These pains you feel are messengers, listen to them”
The path that leads us towards counselling is varied for each of us.
It can take a great deal of courage to step into counselling to explore where we find ourselves on life’s journey and the difficulties we are experiencing.
Perhaps you have been struggling for a while and feel weary, tired and stuck?
Perhaps where you are feels familiar, and you are starting to notice that you have been in this place many times before?
While change is a part of life’s journey, it can sometimes arrive at unexpected times, feeling unwanted, overwhelming and insurmountable.
Sometimes the support from family and friends is not enough. You may feel hopeless and alone and could benefit from talking to someone who is not directly involved in what you are experiencing.
What Counselling Can Help With:
~ Coping with change bought about through a major life event, this might include marriage or divorce, bereavement or a birth, a new job or redundancy.
~ Supporting you through both planned and unexpected transitions.
~ Managing loss or the expectation of loss or unwanted change.
~ Work difficulties or pressures.
~ Understanding patterns of behaviour that lead to feelings of stuckness, sadness and isolation.
~ Working with past or recent trauma.
~ Working through unresolved emotional difficulties.
~ Coping with difficult relationships.
~ Health and illness concerns.
~ Understanding sexuality and gender identity issues.
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