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Counselling

The counselling work that I do is from a pluralistic approach which means I believe that you are the expert in your life.  I use a range of therapies and work with lots of different methods in order to find the most suitable therapeutic method that suits you and helps you to identify and work towards realizing your goals in life. 

 

Counselling can mean different things for different people, but in general it is a process people seek when they want to change something in their lives or simply explore their thoughts and feelings in more depth. 

Counselling offers a confidential, safe and non-judgemental space where you can openly explore your thoughts, feelings and behaviours.  It offers the opportunity for you to look at what is really going on in your life and to help make sense of any confusion or disorder you may be experiencing.  

Benefits of Counselling

  • You are accepted by the counsellor for who you are.

  • It can offer a supportive non-judgemental and confidential setting in which you can explore any issue.

  • It can help you see issues more objectively.

  • It can help you express your feelings and come to terms with past experiences.

  • It can help build self-esteem and confidence.

  • It can help you take control of your life and become more assertive.

  • It can improve communication.

  • It can help you to become more realistic in setting goals.

Excerpted from counselling book by Meera Ravi.

'Out of your vulnerabilities will come your strength’

 – Sigmund Freud