Counselling can be of great support in times of crisis or change. It involves the provision of professional assistance to people who are experiencing personal issues, in order to help alleviate those difficulties.
Many situations in life leave us feeling powerless, with a feeling of no choices.
Nearly everyone faces challenges and difficulties in their life at some time. But sometimes they can be overwhelming and we feel like we are helpless. Stress over a job, anxiety caused by uncertainty over the future, loss because of bereavement, problems over addiction or difficulties in a relationship are just some of the reasons why people feel they can benefit by talking to a professional Counsellor or Psychotherapist.
The experience of exploring your thoughts and feelings with another individual can relieve your sense that you are entirely alone with your problems.
Greater self knowledge and understanding can enhance your relationship with yourself and others and improve your sense of choice and self esteem. This in turn can cultivate the feeling that life can be enjoyed rather than endured.
At the core of therapy is a confidential and collaborative relationship where the therapist guides the person on a journey of increased understanding. Therapy offers a relationship with the intent of alleviating distress and rekindling hope. In cases where relationships are struggling, marriage counseling can help renew the joy you originally found in your releationship.
The Benefits of Counselling
Sometimes problems can get in the way of achieving your goals and enjoying your life. At these times it can be helpful to talk with a counsellor.
Some of the personal issues counselling has assisted include:
- Family Issues
- Relationship Issues
- Other Mental and Emotional Problems and Disorder
Our Therapists offer caring, expert assistance that can help you identify your problems and assist you in finding the best ways to cope with them. This may involve changing behaviours that contribute to the problem or by finding constructive ways to deal with a situation that is beyond your personal control.