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What is counselling and how might it help?

Counselling is a form of therapy that involves talking to a trained professional about your problems and concerns in a safe and confidential environment. The goal of counselling is to help individuals explore their thoughts, feelings, and behaviours, gain insight into their challenges and struggles, and develop coping strategies and solutions to improve their overall well-being.

Counselling can help individuals with a wide range of issues, including but not limited to:

  • Mental health issues such as anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and PTSD.

  • Relationship problems, such as communication difficulties, conflicts, and infidelity.

  • Life transitions such as career changes, divorce, or becoming a parent.

  • Grief and loss related to the death of a loved one or a significant life change.

  • Personal development, such as improving self-esteem and confidence.

During counselling, the therapist provides a non-judgmental and empathetic space where individuals can express their emotions and experiences freely. The therapist may use different therapeutic techniques to help clients explore their feelings, identify their thought patterns, and develop new coping strategies. Counselling can be a short-term or long-term process, depending on the individual's needs and goals.

Overall, counselling can be a powerful tool for improving mental health, coping with life challenges, and promoting personal growth and self-awareness. If you're struggling with any of the above issues, or if you're feeling overwhelmed and need support, reaching out to a trained professional counsellor can be a positive step towards healing and well-being.

How therapy is conducted.

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Face to Face

Therapy Office

Telephone Counselling

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Online Counselling

Meeting in person. It is the recommended method for therapy, offering the ultimate personal approach.


Telephone counselling offers a helpful alternative to face-to-face counselling.  

Video calling removes the barrier of distance, allowing you to attend counselling regardless of location.

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