Counselling

The Hang Nga Crazy House in Dalat, Vietnam, Southeast AsiaLife can sometimes feel emotionally overwhelming, perhaps due to relationship difficulties, parenting challenges, bereavement, family feuds, work, financial worries, illness, or unresolved emotional trauma. Sometimes life simply feels difficult, maybe unbearable, and depression, anxiety, anger or loneliness can lead to low self-esteem or feeling unable to cope, stopping you from moving forward with your life in a positive way.

Emotional Therapeutic Counselling is a person-centred and holistic approach to counselling where you will be listened to and helped to explore painful feelings and emotions gently and at your own pace. This can enable you to develop strategies to better cope with your life in the present, and to make the changes you need to make, leading you to a happier, healthier and more fulfilling future.

Counsellors are individuals and as such differ in personality and approach. It is therefore important to choose the right one for you. Choosing someone with whom you feel comfortable, are able to open up to, and to communicate effectively with, will mean you are more likely to benefit fully from your counselling sessions.