counselling services inClude:


  • Depression, anxiety or stress
    Depression affects one in three people at some time in their life, but counselling can be an effective means of helping overcome it
  • Relationship/marital problems
    Counselling can help overcome relationship issues, including marriage problems, affairs, separation and abuse
  • Bereavement
    Grief counselling aims to help people cope with grief and mourning following the death of loved ones, or with major life changes
  • Sexual or other addictions
    Counselling can be used in the treatment of sexual addiction - the term to describe any sexual activity that feels 'out of control'
  • Adolescent problems
    Adolescents can struggle with different types of issues to adults or younger children, which counselling can help to address
  • Anger management
    While a normal emotion, anger can become a problem if an individual struggles to keep it under control. Counselling can help address the problem
  • Self-esteem
    Therapy or counselling can often help those suffering from low self-esteem and help develop a sense of self to ensure a more fulfilling life
  • Violence and abuse
    Counselling can assist in helping victims of abuse recover - any behaviour towards someone that causes deliberate harm or upset can be considered abuse, whether mental or physical
  • Family/related issues
    All families face problems but left unaddressed, they can lead to repeated family conflict, but counselling can help address the problems
  • Bullying
    Counselling can help victims of bullying, by providing a supportive and safe environment to address their feelings
  • Post-traumatic stress
    Counselling can help people who have experienced trauma and those diagnosed with PTSD make sense of their experiences and feelings
  • Self-harm
    Self-harm, or an injury inflicted on oneself is generally a sign of intense inner turmoil, which counselling can help to address