Mental Health encompasses our emotional, psychological and social well-being. It has a huge impact on how we act, feel and react, as well as impacting the life choices we make.
If you are suffering with anxiety depression, mental health issues, grief, anger or feel tearful, it impacts your daily life. Struggling with our feelings can impact our family relationships, work, self esteem, body image, confidence and resilience.
Seeking help and support to overcome feelings and emotions is a big step and it can be helpful to have someone beside you on your journey. My goal as a Counsellor is to provide a safe, compassionate environment to help you navigate life's challenges.
I have experience working with a broad range of emotional issues, whether you are experiencing ordinary life events and struggling to cope, or deep trauma, such as abuse.
Psychodynamic counselling helps us explore deep rooted feelings and struggles. Exploring and understanding our relational patterns can help us process issues and make changes.
Working together we can develop a greater understanding of your thoughts and feelings, exploring how you can move forward in a safe and confidential environment.
Life provides challenges, you may wish to talk because you are experiencing an emotional crisis, anxiety, depression, or because of panic attacks, or relationship patterns you recognise in yourself.
I have worked as an Associate at Stort Psychotherapy as well as Chelmsford Counselling Foundation. I volunteered for Place2Be charity and worked as an Assistant School Project Manager. I have 10 years experience working a mental health setting in the NHS.
I work with adults and young people.
Your counselling sessions provide space for you to talk, without fear of judgement. Weekly sessions last 50 minutes.
By developing a trusting relationship it enables you to explore your curiosity around your life and behaviour in order to develop greater understanding and self knowledge. During sessions we will explore the issues you are experiencing, exploring it within the context of your current life, previous patterns and also the life stories you tell yourself and others.
I am BACP Accredited (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) I have achieved a high standard of knowledge and training, demonstrating competence, experience, ethical and independent practice.
I abide by the BACP ethical framework demonstrating, trustworthiness, respect and honesty. Ethical considerations underpin the work I do, maintaining confidentiality and good practice.
If you have any further questions please contact me. I am happy to offer a no obligation informal telephone conversation, to discuss how I may be able to help.
5 Bridge Street, Bishop's Stortford, CM23 2JU, United Kingdom
Tel: 07984 225 123 Email: email@example.com Nearby Parking: Jackson Square Car Park Causeway Car Park DISABILITY ACCESS Disability access is limited my practice is located on the first floor, if you require help please contact me.
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