I have worked as a Counsellor for 8 years ,
I went into Counselling so I could support people through difficult times life has a way of stopping us in our tracks and sometimes we need a new way of managing what life throws at us . Counselling can help.
I work with you at your pace it is a relationship that is 50-50
Counselling is about working together to find a way through .…
I am a Senior Accredited member of the NCS (National Counselling Society) and my name is on the PSA Register via the NCS.
I work under the Humanistic umbrella and am increasingly using elements of Mindfulness in my practice. I work in mid Devon, and work with historical trauma resulting in anxiety and depression. I trained in the area of Bereavement and strongly believe in attachment theory and basic human needs being met, and my work is aimed at the individual uncovering their own potential for recovery.…
People can go through difficult times in their life which can give a feeling of anxiety, depression, being overwhelmed, feeling sad or low mood. These feelings can be due to many different reasons and we can feel that no-one fully understands us; family and friends can be helpful but they can sometimes be too emotionally involved to help us gain a clear view of what is troubling us.…
Welcome to LifeLine Counselling.
LifeLine Counselling provides face to face long and short term Person Centred Counselling to individuals, couples, students and EAP referrals.
EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques)
ACT (Acceptance and Commitment Therapy)
Taking the first step towards counselling can be a difficult decision…..if you are struggling…come and talk.
I will welcome you with warmth, without judgement in a safe setting, where I will work and listen with respectful compassion.…
My name is Alan and I have been a qualified counsellor since 2012 registered with the British Association of Counsellors and Pyschotherapists (BACP)
I have considerable experience where I have counselled individuals and couples.
My take on domestic violence is that it can happen to anyone regardless of sex, gender identification, sexuality and race. Domestic violence is awful and should not happen to anyone and can be a traumatic experience.…
When you’ve been on the receiving end of domestic abuse or a false accusation everything changes. Your perception of your self and everything and everyone around you can become something quite unrecognisable. Anger, betrayal, humiliation, shame, loss, confusion, anxiety, and depression are all not uncommon responses to what has been happening. There is someone who will listen, will hear you, will believe you.…
As a counsellor I strive to provide a non-judgmental, understanding and honest relationship in a safe environment. I have being in private practice for five years and have counselled males with a diverse range of issues. I work extensively with clients on a wide range of issues:
Self esteem & self confidence
Stress and Anger Management
Work related issues
Loss and Bereavement
I tailor the sessions to suit the client as counselling very subjective and each individual responds to different types of counselling.…
I have been a counsellor in private practice for over twelve years and worked for Relate for over six years and gained a huge bank of experience working as a relationship counsellor. During this time I have worked with many couples for whom domestic abuse is, or has been, a big part of their issues and I know men and woman can and are perpetrators of this abuse.…
I’m Tess, I’m an integrative therapist living and working in Colchester.
I started training in 2010 and hold
Certificate in counselling skills
Access to Counselling Diploma
BSc Counselling (Hons)
I am currently studying for a Postgraduate Diploma in Gender, Sexuality and Relationship Diversity Therapy with Pink Therapy.
I am kink, consensual non-monogamy and queer knowledgeable.
I am fully insured and a registered member of the BACP as such I am bound by their code of ethics.…
Hi thanks for looking at my page. My name is Martin Rigby.
I am a qualified person-centred counsellor who is registered with the BACP.
I have been qualified since 2005 and I have counselled in a wide range
of settings including charities, schools, a children’s centre and
youth services. I am now self-employed and have been in private
practice for four years.
I am currently training to become a mindfulness teacher.
I provide face-to-face, online and telephone counselling and I aim to
make my counselling services accessible, affordable and available to
all. I offer concessions for students, senior citizens, people with
disabilities and people who are unwaged or on a low income.
Domestic abuse, in addition to being a distressing and traumatic experience, brings so many issues and questions. You may be feeling angry, ashamed, unheard, confused or a combination of these. In addition, as a man, it is harder to ask for help because we are conditioned to be the strong ones, to hide our feelings and ‘stand on our own two feet’.…
Sometimes, deciding to go to a therapist or counsellor can be a difficult step. Some people feel a sense of failure if they haven’t been able to sort out their problems by themselves. Others may find the idea of therapy daunting.
Psychotherapy, or seeing a counsellor, is about helping people to understand and move forward from those problems with the help of a compassionate, trained professional.…