As we rapidly approach Christmas, many people find this a hard time of year emotionally. With the stress of organising or the sadness of remembering, this can be a tough time for people of all ages & backgrounds. Even after the festivities have finished, emotions are heightened for many reasons & counselling may help you to put things in perspective.
Based in Bourne End, I have worked as a volunteer counsellor, set up a support group for people with a Chronic Illness/pain, created & run a local community website & have also written an Agony Aunt column for one of our local newspapers.
So What Does Counselling Involve?
Counselling gives you the opportunity to have some quality, personal time for yourself. It gives you time to talk about any issues or concerns with an experienced therapist who will hear & understand you in a non-judgemental way.
You will have the valuable time to explore your thoughts & feelings, & reflect on your life looking at the past, present & opportunities for the future. By working through your difficulties you can make changes that suit you & give you a more fulfilling life.
Each session is client led & non-directive, meaning you are in total control of the areas you wish to explore.
There are no limits on how many sessions you can have but we can discuss this during your initial appointment. I work within the ethical framework of the BACP which gives you the assurance that I have trained & practice to a high standard.
Therapy can help you with many issues including:
* Depression, Stress & Anxiety
* Eating Disorders
* Bereavement & Loss
* Health Issues
* Life Changes & Transitions
All sessions are strictly confidential & last 50 mins which are normally on a weekly basis.
No referrals needed & I can usually offer an appointment within a couple days. Concessions are available.
For more information please visit the Facebook page or the website www.emotionalsupportcounselling.com