Counselling is a safe place for you to stop, take stock and explore the parts of your life that you are finding difficult. It is a time for you to use for whatever you decide, and always without pressure or judgement.
I have particular experience in working with trauma and sexual abuse, but you can use counselling for all sorts of issues, for example self-esteem, stress, depression, anxiety, bereavement, relationships, suicidal thoughts, harassment at work, identity issues, breakup, or decision-making. Dealing with ‘unwanted habits’ of whatever kind can be a large part of counselling. Counselling can also be useful in helping us to understand the periods of change that we experience so frequently in our fast-moving world.
My method of counselling is called person-centred. This recognises that we all experience our lives in our own individual way. It may not feel this way, but you have the potential to know more about yourself than anyone else. My job is to help you understand yourself better and find your own inner compass so you make decisions which suit you better. I aim to accompany you on your journey and help you build confidence in your ability to be in charge of your life.
Some people come for just a few sessions, some for longer. It’s up to you. Please be reassured that I am meticulous about confidentiality. For more details on this, click the button above marked Privacy.
Sessions cost £45 and last a full hour, and are by appointment only. 24 hours notice is required for cancellation or the full fee is payable.
I’m in Battlefield on the South Side of Glasgow at 210 Battlefield Road, Glasgow G42 9HN. I’m in a bright cosy room in the basement of Battlefield Chiropractic. There is ample parking (some metered) and also trains (Mount Florida) and buses 4, 4A, 34, 34A, 5 and 6.
Phone me for an appointment or for an informal chat about what’s involved and find out whether counselling could work for you: 07799 728439.
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