Counselling

Expect a confidential, non-judgmental space to discuss concerns and foster personal growth. Using talking therapy, mindfulness and homework you will be guided to sense inward and unblock barriers. We will enhance your coping strategies for lasting positive change.

Commitment gives you freedom because it hones your attention and focus, directing them toward what makes you most healthy and happy.

Framework & Commitment

Format: Online or Offline
Process:
1) Book a free 30-minute consultation
2) Commit to 4 counselling sessions (60-minute)
3) Get homework whilst being emotionally supported and receive professional advise
4) Evaluation of progress

Prices:
1) 35 Pounds

Learn about different types of therapies

In a counselling session, the therapist would use a variety of techniques from different therapy forms for the best outcome. Each school offers a slightly different perspective on the same topic – like different keys to the same door. Here are three of the therapy forms I, personally have enjoyed working with.

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

ACT is a modern psychotherapeutic approach that falls under the umbrella of cognitive and behavioural therapies and was created as a response to limitations in traditional CBT.
ACT encourages clients to accept themselves without judgment, to set meaningful goals and commit to actions that align with their values. This involves setting goals and creating an action plan to work towards these values even in the presence of uncomfortable thoughts or emotions.
Using Mindfulness and Meditation, clients are taught to observe their thoughts and emotions in the present moment and to view themselves as the observer of one’s thoughts and experiences rather than being defined by them. At the same time, once unhelpful thought patterns are identified, it os advised to regard these patterns as passing mental events rather than absolute truths.

Person-centred counselling

Person-centered counseling, pioneered by Carl Rogers, is a humanistic approach that emphasizes creating a nurturing environment for clients. Therapists employ techniques such as active listening, reflection, open-ended questions, and empathetic understanding to foster self-discovery and personal growth. In this client-driven therapy, the therapist refrains from giving direct advice but instead supports the client in finding their own solutions by enhancing their self-awareness, self-worth, and guiding them through life challenges.

Systemic Counselling for couples and families

This form of therapy delves into the dynamics and interactions within relationships and aims at fostering healthier and more satisfying connections. One beautiful dynamic about systemic counselling is that instead of fixating on singling out individual faults, it’s focused on enhancing the overall quality of the relationship in the present moment.

Imagine a couple grappling with communication issues. In the realm of systemic counselling, they learn highly effective communication techniques and cultivate a deep understanding of one another. By delving into the roles their past experiences, upbringing, and individual contributions play within their unique dynamic, they unlock the keys to a more harmonious and enriching relationship.

For another example, think of a family navigating the tumultuous teenage years. Systemic counselling becomes the bridge to understanding and collaboration. Parents and their teenagers find a neutral ground where they explore roles, expectations, and past family dynamics. This process unites them in fostering mutual respect, trust, and the freedom for each member to evolve and embrace new roles as they navigate this dynamic life stage.

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