Counselling might be helpful in response to a range of issues you might be going through:
addictions, obsessions and compulsions
bereavement and loss
anger and betrayal
eating distress and body concerns
loss, sadness and depression
anxiety and panic
stress, burnout and breakdown
abuse, violation and trauma
self-harm and suicidal thoughts
spiritual crisis, dying and death
inter-generational and ancestral trauma
intersections of culture, race, disability, gender, sexuality and relationship diversity
Counselling might offer you some benefits:
insight into your sense of purpose and direction
healing wounds within a safe space
relating more fully and authentically to another/others
deeper acceptance of parts pf yourself
more capacity for empathy towards yourself and others
improved sleep and physical symptoms
greater capacity to acknowledge and express difficult emotions
What to expect?
The first thing you can expect from counselling is a space to be listened to.
You can expect empathy, respect and to be received in a non-judgmental space.
You can expect an invitation to share your present situation and in doing so you might share memories and significant experiences from your past.
You can expect all parts of yourself to be made welcome.
As a counsellor, you can expect me to be open, honest and work with integrity.