People come to Counselling for many reasons. Some may be finding it difficult to deal with a current problem, for example bullying at school or work or the impact of a child leaving home. Others may be affected by some past event that has surfaced and they wish to make some sense of it and sometimes people chose to come to counselling to find out more about themselves. Whatever it is that brings you to counselling I will work with you to help you find your own solutions so that you can make your own choices or decisions and put them into action.
I am trained as a Person Centred Counsellor. Put simply, what this means is that I believe that the counselling relationship is very important. In this relationship I offer you safety, confidentiality and aim to be as accepting, understanding and genuine as I can be.
In a counselling session you may experience feelings that have been bottled up for some time, for example sadness, anger or grief and this may be a distressing process. However, the opportunity to talk about these feelings in a secure environment may help to ease the discomfort and make them easier to understand. I may offer you the opportunity to use creative work as a means of expressing yourself if it is too difficult to find the words.
I work with individuals and couples and have a particular interest in working with adults, young people and couples. I work with small groups and run workshops on a variety of topics including Coping with Change and Assertiveness. I also offer Supervision to Counsellors and others in professions working with people, where they can explore the impact that their work has on them.
£40 individual counselling
£50 for Couples and Supervision
For more details or to book an appointment please call 01963 251860 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Accredited Counsellor and Supervisor BACP
Jill has worked as a Counsellor for nearly 25 years. She is also a Registered member of British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and abides by their Ethical Framework.