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Helping you become more aware
"I am not what happened to me, I am what I choose to become." Carl Jung
Anger / Anxiety / Bereavement / Depression / Counselling for older adults* / Emotional abuse / Identity / LGBT issues / Loneliness / Low self-esteem / Relationship issues / Stress / Suicidal thoughts / Work-related concerns including stress, redundancy and career changes.
Counselling can help you view your life through a different lens; to see the positives that exist and improve your ability to develop resilience when dealing with difficult or challenging circumstances.
I am an experienced and qualified integrative therapist and therefore able to draw upon a range of therapies (including person-centred, psychodynamic and CBT) and tailor them to meet your individual needs with the option of short-term, long-term or time-limited therapy. I am aware that the thought of counselling can be daunting for some and so I would like to assure you of a warm welcome and a safe space in which to discuss anything that is causing you concern or distress.
It's easy to get started, just give me a call or send me an email and we can agree a time for a free 20-minute initial telephone consultation, to help you decide if counselling is the right form of support for you. If working together feels comfortable then the next stage is to agree a time and day of the week for our 50-minute sessions (which usually take place on a weekly basis).
My counselling rooms are located in central Farnham, Surrey and are easy to find, with nearby parking facilities and numerous links to public transport.
Cost: £50 per session during clinic times (Monday evenings and Tuesday afternoons) and £55 for ad-hoc bookings (with some concessions for those on a low income or students).
*I also specialise in working with older adults and can provide sessions in my counselling rooms in central Farnham or locally in the home or residential home of the client. Please contact me for further information and costs.
"If you plan on being anything less than you are capable of being, you will probably be unhappy all the days of your life." Abraham Maslow