Online Counselling is now available to assist in improving your Mental Health.
We employ a wide variety of resources for our Counselling and Psychotherapy clients;
Working through the current issues in a way that brings clarity and cognitve understanding brings relief and 'healing' for ones mental health.
We offer face to face marriage, couples, and relationship counselling and support
for dealing with addictions and trauma.
Working through mental health issues engages both the physical and emotional energies, psychotherapy works towards enabling cognitive understanding.
'Counselling and psychotherapy, when seen in terms of role value and effectiveness, the BACP believes that each occupational area has equal value'.
The degree of 'counselling' or 'psychotherapy' varies according to the clients need during the therapy session. We have worked with children, teens and adult clients covering a wide range of presenting issues including; anger, abuse, addictions, relationships, sexuality, neglect, behavioural problems, parental issues, abandonment, self esteem and worth, and much more.
Children often work through 'issues' in a sand play, 'play' session where at times the presenting issue may not even be mentioned directly by the child, yet when the 'play' is completed there can be an inner resolution or change in behaviour that continues on into everyday life.
The Modalities are our 'toolbox' as it were, and for different clients and situations we are able to engage with one or more of the 'tools' that enables the client to work through the presenting issue effectively.
In the session we encourage free expression of emotions, in a safe and supportive environment. A sense of safety and unconditional support is essential for clients to touch into their emotions. Once the emotional content is understood we encourage a period of integration for a more cognitive understanding, to absorb the deeper contents of the emotional experience.
Group sessions for adults can be arranged, the process of 'sharing experiences' can be of great value and we often hear, 'I thought I was the only one who felt like that'.