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How Can Counselling Help Me?

There are times in life when we face challenges, difficulties and transitions. We each have our own ways of coping until we reach a point and our ways of coping don’t seem to work as well as they used to.

We may experience this as anxiety or stress. Psychotherapy/counselling can be helpful at these times. Being heard in a confidential non-judgemental way is the beginning of working through life’s challenges and stresses.

Sadness, anger and disappointment are all part of life; but at times emotions can become overwhelming. Psychotherapy/counselling can help you process these emotions and work towards more positive ways of coping.

It provides the opportunity to understand your feelings and work towards creating more positive relationships. The first relationship to consider is the relationship with oneself, we cannot change other people.

I am experienced in helping people with:

·         Anxiety

·         Depression

·         Stress

·         Bereavement & Grief

·         Anger Management

·         Relationship Difficulties

·         Family conflict

·         Conflict at  Work/Home

·         Parenting Issues

·         Pregnancy Issues

·         Post Abortion Counselling

·         Menopause related issues

·         Uncertainty about  future events

·         Transitions – work, college, parenting

·         Lack of confidence

·         General fear and uncertainty

Students:

With my experience of working in undergraduate settings and as a psychotherapist;  I have helped  students and mature students manage the transition to university, college and  further education.

Starting or returning to education is the realisation of a goal; however at times the transition is more difficult than first thought.

Preparing for exams and managing the workload of university or college can be stressful.

I can work with you so that you are better equipped to meet these challenges.

Please call if would like to discuss making an appointment: 087-700-8296