Do you need some help?
People are people. It doesn’t matter who you are. The student struggling with anxiety, pressure or identity. The parent trapped in a difficult relationship. Or the executive worried about the cracks appearing in their life. We all need help at times.
I have never met a client who cannot be helped in some way. I have never met a person who I don’t want to help. Life can get better. Emotional healing is possible. There can be new ways of seeing, new ways of being. And if you can’t believe that right now, I will hold that hope for you until you can find it for yourself.
Maybe you don’t feel at peace or are in the middle of a crisis. You might have lost your way or feel you’re not sure who you are any more. Maybe you are suffering with anxiety, depression, hurt or trauma. Possibly you are facing difficulties in a relationship or work situation.
You don’t need to prepare. You can show up just as you are right now and we can go from there. We can look together at whatever you are finding upsetting or difficult. We do this at your own pace and only when you are ready. Gently, we will start to make sense of things, so that you can feel better, grow and move forward. There are no magic doors. Just compassion, caring and commitment to you feeling better about yourself and your life.
Getting started with counselling in central London
There is no need to wait for counselling in central London. It is usually possible to arrange a first appointment within a week or two. If you are not sure that counselling is what you need, please ask for an Introductory Session where we can talk about it.
Counselling can be short or long term. It can be open-ended if you are not sure how long you will need (which is quite usual).
Making an appointment
There is no need to wait until you cannot cope any more. If you feel need help or support, please call or text me on 07963 740048 or send me an email.
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