counselling services for individuals and couples

individual counselling

Attending a counselling session can be prompted by a myriad of reasons, some perceived as positive milestones like embarking on a new job, embracing a committed relationship, or starting a family, while others may be experienced as setbacks, such as a shift in financial circumstances, loss of status, separation, or illness. Regardless of their nature, these triggers share a common thread — they can be unsettling, leaving us feeling unexpectedly vulnerable, anxious, confused, and self-doubting. Although we often employ coping mechanisms, they merely mask the underlying sense of fragility, and a concern that life isn’t unfolding as smoothly as envisioned.
Entering counselling not only acknowledges these challenges but also opens the door to the possibility that we possess more internal resources than initially perceived.
Much like Leonard Cohen’s lyrics ‘There is a crack, a crack in everything. That’s how the light gets in’ suggesting in moments of vulnerability, light has the opportunity to permeate through the cracks. This light not only illuminates our difficulties but also unveils hidden strengths. In Japanese culture, the term Kintsugi encapsulates the beauty found in broken things. By the conclusion of a counselling journey, individuals often discover a profound understanding of what contributes to their well-being and paves the way for a more joyful life.
Entering counselling not only acknowledges these challenges but also opens the door to the possibility that we possess more internal resources than initially perceived.

individual counselling for adults

Cost: £59

couples counselling

Engaging in a couple’s relationship can be a source of enrichment and joy, yet there are moments when the ability to communicate, feel truly heard, and understood becomes a formidable challenge. When navigating difficult conversations, understanding our own emotions, and expressing them effectively pose difficulties, and resolving conflicts feels elusive, a sense of isolation within the partnership may start to take root. Gradually, hope may dwindle, and the once-strong connection may appear frayed, leaving us uncertain about the future together.
In the realm of couple counseling, a transformative process unfolds. It serves as a learning ground, equipping individuals with the skills needed to navigate the intricate dynamics of relationships. Through counseling, couples discover how to foster effective communication, cultivate empathy, and develop strategies to reconcile after disagreements. It is in this collaborative journey that hope is rekindled, and the prospect of a reinvigorated and resilient connection emerges. Ultimately, couple counseling becomes a vital tool in the quest to nurture and enhance the fabric of meaningful relationships.
Entering counselling not only acknowledges these challenges but also opens the door to the possibility that we possess more internal resources than initially perceived.

couples counselling

Cost: £65