Find out how counselling and psychotherapy can be beneficial for you
|..||There are many reasons why people decide to come into counselling.
It could be that you are dealing with high levels of stress, anxiety, loss, or you may be having difficulties in your relationships.
You may feel depressed, held back by low self-esteem, trying to escape the grips of a destructive addiction or living with persistent and intrusive psychological trauma as a result of negative and overwhelming experiences.
Whatever the reason you decide to come into therapy, rest assured that I will provide a warm, friendly, confidential and professional counselling service. I understand that making the first contact is often the hardest step for many people.
I am always happy to discuss any questions you may have to help you decide if therapy is right for you without obligation to proceed with my services should you decide now is not the right time for you or if you feel something else may be more helpful.
I offer short-term and long-term/open-ended contracts where you decide the length and aims of your therapy. For more information, please feel free to call: 07795824024 or email: email@example.com
I look forward to hearing from you.
Counselling and Psychotherapy in Guildford and Woking
Experiencing relationship problems will make anyone feel fearful, anxious or sad, and it is completely normal to feel lonely and hopeless when you are trying to deal with these issues all by yourself.
Experiencing nervousness before a test or big event is completely normal, but when worrying interferes with the way you live your life and your day to day functioning, you may be experiencing a more disruptive anxiety.
Feeling low is a normal reaction to loss and suffering. However, if this feeling lasts for weeks or months, and begins to interfere with your ability to enjoy life, it might be worth thinking about professional support for depression.
Low self-esteem is characterised by negative thoughts and feelings about your personality, body, life decisions or other aspects of your life and who you are as a person. Constantly criticising yourself also affects the way you live your life and the decisions you make.