Counselling and Talking Therapy

The Leap of Faith

We may (understandably) feel anxious when considering counselling for ourselves. This is often made more difficult because we are likely to be in distress; we’re anxious, and may be experiencing symptoms of depression.

We all seek counsel every day, but we may be less than aware of this. Meeting with a professional counsellor is different because he/she must listen, without judgement – and remain impartial. It is this, in particular, that sets a professional counsellor apart from your partner, family member, colleague or neighbour.

Professional Counselling

Counselling covers all aspects of life, as and when appropriate. Nothing is ‘off-limits’! It will become clear to both the counsellor and client, if there are any areas for which value is unachievable within the collaboration.

Once the difficulties in your life have become fully understood and appreciated, and both parties have formed agreement on these, then a strategy can be formulated – with achievable goals being agreed upon.

A Sense of Failure

A constraint which may cloud our judgement, and delay us from seeking help, is the incorrect sense of failure often associated by ourselves that we have come to this. It is perhaps worth remembering that all successful people engage with others to seek opinions, resolve challenges and move forward in whatever they are doing.

Now you can see, in reality, there is no failure in this.

My Services

Fees, for all of the models offered by me, are set the same level. You will receive a bespoke private service that is appropriate for your needs – and delivered with equal care, skill and compassion, proactively! I encourage you to take the virtual tour to get a ‘feel’ for the environment many have benefited from to date – and read what they have to say.

Call or write to me now, to begin your Therapy to Change Your Life! Remember, your first thirty minutes are free and without any obligation to proceed.

I look forward to the honour it is – of working with and for you!

Warmest, Bob