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There are many reasons why someone might want to consider counselling.  Sometimes it’s a question of curiosity about ourselves: who we are, and how we live our lives.  Perhaps more often, the prompt might be encountering difficulties in our health, our relationships, or our work.  Either way, a supportive counselling relationship can help make more sense of our lives, and find our own ways to live them more fully.


As an illustration, I’ve worked with clients who wanted to explore difficulties such as:

  • anxiety and depression

  • bullying or harassment

  • bereavement and loss

  • chronic illness

  • crisis of faith

  • dissociation and feelings of unrealness

  • low self-esteem and low confidence

  • medical trauma

  • rape and sexual assault

  • relationship and intimacy problems

  • self-harm

  • suicidal feelings

  • work-related stress.