Counselling is a way of exploring difficulties in your life with someone who is professionally trained. Someone who has the time to listen and is not involved so can be impartial and objective. Counselling will help you make sense of your difficulties and can help you in discovering a happier life. Whether you need support in a crisis or want to work on a long-standing problem it can change your situation in a positive way leading to a more fulfilled life.

You may come to counselling because of the difficult experiences you’ve been going through, such as a relationship breakdown or related problems, bereavement or redundancy. Or you may want help dealing with feelings of depression, anxiety or low self-worth that may be related to present or past events.

Sessions are confidential, last for 50 minutes and are normally held weekly over an agreed period of time. You are in control of the session at all times and you share with the counsellor your difficulties at your own pace. The counsellor will use their skills to help you understand your situation. The counsellor does not provide advice or make decisions for you but will be supportive and understanding. You will be able to explore choices that will enable you to bring positive change to the way you think, feel and behave leading to more fulfilling relationships and a happier life.

For more information on counselling or to book an appointment please call Clare Green on 07900890049 or visit