What is counselling?

What is counselling?

If you have unresolved issues from your past then counselling is a very effective way of helping you let go of any unresolved issues that may be holding you back.

Counselling is about empowerment, respect and understanding – it promotes self awareness which will help you to identify and let go of limiting beliefs and patterns



People see counsellors for a variety of reasons — they may be dealing with issues such as depression, anger, bereavement, trauma, relationship problems or family conflicts. They may suffer from eating disorders, panic attacks, insomnia, stress or anxiety. Feelings like sorrow, pain, rejection, confusion or anger may be interfering with their day-to-day lives. The range of problems that people come to talk about are as varied as the people themselves.

Some people don’t know what the problem is – they may simply be unhappy – whilst others want to talk about a specific situation.  Clients sometimes come to talk about a particular problem, only to discover that it’s something else that is the real trouble. Relationships, loss and change are all common themes, as are anxiety and stress.

Significant life changes, such as the ending of a relationship or moving house, can have a major impact on us. Emotional problems do not necessarily go away if we ignore them, so it makes sense to deal with them as soon as possible.

Confidentiality and discretion is paramount to the counselling relationship.

For an appointment or for further information please call Karen today on 0872860269 or 014923720