Counselling provides you with a safe space where you can explore your issues and develop a greater understanding of yourself, working towards an agreed goal or outcome that meets your needs.
Our way of working is based on developing a good working relationship with you and using our particular skills to support that process.
We offer wherever possible a prompt initial appointment where we can discuss the issues that you would like to work on and how the counselling may help.
We firmly believe there is 'no one size fits all', so the initial appointment is an opportunity for us to discuss the goals that you would like to work towards, for you to ask questions and to get a sense of whether counselling with us is right for you.
A question that is often asked is how many therapy sessions will I need? This will depend upon you as an individual and the issues you would like to work the number of sessions is not time limited and this is something we can discuss at your initial appointment.
We work under the Ethical guidelines laid out by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. We are all fully insured and registered under current Data Protection Laws.
We offer 1:1 and group supervision for qualified and trainee counsellors and other professionals for example, health professionals, school staff, charity workers.
For more information on how we can help you please get in touch.
What We Do.
We offer counselling and Supervision in the following subjects:
Affairs and betrayals
Bipolar disorder/Manic depression
Body dysmorphic disorder
Child related issues
Generalised anxiety disorder
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD)
Separation and divorce
"Being Counselled by Louise has proven itself to be a truly transformative experience. I think of the shy, enclosed boy who signed up to have (counselling) sessions with Louise a year ago and I am delighted to see what he looks like now - I've taken powerful strides towards attaining the kind of life I want to live during that time. "
— Anon. Counselling Patient