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How Will Counselling Help?

Counselling can help you reflect and make sense of difficult life events and find a way to move forward.  Some of the benefits are…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Counselling might be beneficial for you if…

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  • Talking to someone neutral, outside of your immediate situation, can show you a different perspective and help you find a way forward.

  • Talking with a trained counsellor who is skilled at listening can help you to process difficult thoughts and feelings.

  • Sharing your worries helps you feel less alone with your problems.

  • You can gain a better understanding of yourself and a clearer sense of what you want and need.

  • You can practice communicating more clearly and honestly in the safety of the counselling relationship.

  • Counselling can help improve your relationships and your ability to communicate.

  • Something has been troubling you over a period of time and you’re having difficulty in finding a solution on your own.

  • Things are getting on top of you, and affecting your well being, for example, causing depression, anxiety or stress.

  • You find it hard to talk to friends or family because they are directly involved in your issues.

  • Issues from the past are having an impact on your day-to-day life.

  • Things that are troubling you are having a negative impact on your relationships or work.

GET IN TOUCH

Sessions available in blocks of 6 or 12 Sessions (one hour session per week)

 

•  One-to-One Counselling from £45 per session

•  On-line Counselling from: £35 per session

•  Telephone Counselling £30 per session

 

Address: Greenwich, London, SE10

Email: changes.counsellor@yahoo.com

Tel: 07956 219 843

 

•   Full Cancelation Fees will be Charged if appointments are not cancelled 48 hrs before a clients session.

 

•   Home Visit Couselling (within M25 of London) £55 per session.

 

For further information about counselling and psychotherapy, please refer to www.bacp.co.uk