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Many people visit a counsellor at some point in their lives, and there are a wide variety of reasons why people seek counselling. The choice to enter counselling can sometimes be a difficult decision, so if you’re wondering whether counselling could benefit you, I trust you will find the information you are looking for on these pages.  Here are a few ways in which counselling can assist you.


Some people seek counselling because they have experienced a stressful or traumatic life event, and speaking with a counsellor can help them process the situation.  Some common life events that can cause someone to seek counselling include the death of a loved one, diagnosis of a serious illness, job loss, divorce or abuse.


Counselling can also assist individuals who are in a period of transition in their lives. Life transitions can include adjusting to adulthood, starting a new career, marriage, becoming a parent, retirement or coping with life after divorce. These new experiences can often bring difficult decisions with them, and counselling can provide support to assist individuals to make the best choices. Counselling can help people discover choices that align with who they are, even when they are faced with difficult times.


Even if you are not facing a specific issue in your life, some people seek counselling for self-discovery and self-improvement. Counselling is a great opportunity for people to reflect on their past experiences and explore their feelings and values. This can improve their sense of self and assist them in feeling more confident and satisfied in their lives.


If you are struggling with any of these challenges or you are considering counselling for reasons not mentioned above, please go through the website to read more information on how I can help you. 


My contact details are listed on the website for further information or to book an appointment.  I look forward to assisting you on your journey to well-being. 

Hope is Real. Help is Real.

Your Story Is Important.

"Owning our story and loving ourselves through that process

is the bravest thing that we will ever do."

- Brene Brown

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