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Why Counselling?

Life is filled with ups and downs, and at times we all face challenges that can leave us feeling overwhelmed, lost, or weighed down. This is where counselling can step in as a guiding light, offering a safe space for healing, growth and self-discovery.


Here’s how counselling can be a transformative experience for you:


Counselling provides a safe, confidential and non-judgmental environment where you can express your thoughts and feelings openly without fear or shame. It’s a place where your concerns are heard and respected unconditionally.

Trained counsellors are equipped with the knowledge and skills to help you navigate complex emotions, relationship concerns and life challenges. They provide valuable insights and evidence-based techniques to suit your unique needs.


Counselling offers a supportive relationship where you no longer feel alone in your struggles. Your therapist is there to listen to you, to offer empathy, and to guide you towards emotional healing and resilience.


The counselling process encourages reflection and self-awareness. It helps you to gain a deeper understanding of your sense of self, your values, and your goals, which leads to personal growth and empowerment.


Counsellors can teach you practical coping strategies to manage stress, anxiety, depression, and many other emotional challenges. These skills empower you to face life’s difficulties with resilience.

Counselling encourages improved interpersonal skills and communication, leading to healthier relationships with family, friends, and partners.

Regular counselling can be a proactive approach to maintaining your mental and emotional wellbeing. It can identify negative behaviour patterns and prevent issues from escalating.

For those who have experienced trauma or significant, negative life events, counselling offers a path to healing and recovery. It provides tools to process and overcome our most painful experiences.

With both personal and professional goals, counselling can help you identify obstacles, set achievable objectives, and stay motivated.

Above all, counselling promotes self-care. It encourages you to prioritise your mental health, fostering a sense of self-worth and self-love.


In a world where we often carry the weight of our emotions in silence, counselling offers a brighter, more emotionally fulfilling tomorrow. It’s a proactive step toward self-improvement, personal growth, and achieving the balanced and fulfilling life we all deserve.

Couples Therapy

couples therapy

It was through an interest in couples counselling that I began my training journey. I’d watched two close friends endure a bitter separation and traumatic divorce that affected them both hugely. I couldn’t understand why two people who’d once loved each other could be so cruel – how they could allow their frustration, sadness and anger to inflict such pain – even if their marriage had reached its end. I was sure there had to be a better way and I began the process of learning how I could help couples in need.


Couples therapy focuses on helping couples address and resolve issues within their relationship. It provides a structured and supportive environment to work through difficulties and improve communication.

Couples therapy can be a valuable resource for those facing challenges or those who simply want to strengthen their relationship.


In addition to couples counselling I offer relationship therapy, which follows the exact principals as when working with couples, but between family members, friendship groups, team members or work colleagues.

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