I offer personalised programmes to suit both individuals and couples these include:
- Person centred integrative counselling which can include different branches of counselling like compassion focused therapy (CFT) and acceptance and commitment focused therapy. (ACT).
- Coaching (inc goal setting)
- EFT (Tapping)
I specialise in separation and divorce, infidelity, trauma and abuse recovery and PTSD (C-PTSD) management.
- Support you as you explore your current situation in order to get clarity and work towards positive change and resolution.
- Help you to understand and acknowledge your emotions in order to harness awareness and resilience.
- Support you to explore aspects of self so that you have a deeper understanding of who you are.
I also support people with life changes including:
- Relationships (including toxic and abusive relationships)
- Family problems (inc attachment and generational trauma)
- Work life balance
- Employment issues
- Mental health problems– including anxiety, toxic stress and depression
- Sexual Orientation
- Sexual abuse
Our Therapy Room
Coaching Verses Counselling
Counselling and Coaching are often put together in the same box. However, even though they both share similarities, they offer different things.
Counselling helps people with issues like human development, sexuality, family dynamics, past traumas and mental health conditions through active listening and skills such as open and closed questioning, congruence and empathy. Counselling enables the client to recognise and find the solution to their problems in order to gain clarity and begin to move along the change continuum.
Coaching tends to focus on the present and future rather then the past. Coaches help people to deal with any obstacles they are currently facing and to move forward by identifying their goals through a series of motivational exercises and discussions. Coaching provides both guidance and support and places a greater emphasis on accountability, by helping people to make positive changes to their life quicker than if they were doing it on their own.