What is counselling?

COUNSELLING

 

Counselling is a chance to talk through your problems/anxieties and emotions with a trained counsellor/pschotherapist. The counsellor /psychotherapis plays a supportive role, and may sometimes provide practical advice on problem solving..

 

TALKING

Talking to a complete stranger is easier, you can be honest with a stranger and you don't have to worry about what you say or how it sounds they will not judge you.

 

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?

Counselling/psychotherapy offers a supportive relationship where you can explore any issue at your own pace.

You are accepted for who you are.

Explore past or present experiences.

Counselling/psychotherap can improve how you communicate and accept the choices you make.

 

 

 

 

 

 

COUNSELLING IS A CONFIDENTIAL ENVIRONMENT WHERE THE COSCA CODE OF ETHICS IS PRACTICED

 

Strictly confidential

Safe and Accountable Practice

Professional bounderies

 

 

Professional Membership:

COSCA (Counselling & Psychotherapy in Scotland)

Membership Number: 3338

 

Complaint Procedures:

 

The complaint procedures can be found if you click on the link below

www.cosca.org.uk

you will find the menu on the left hand side; scroll down and click on complaints.

 

 

 

Some of the issues you may wish to bring to counselling/psychotherapy

 

Abuse

Anger

Anorexia

Anxiety

Bereavement

Binge Eating disorder

Depression

Bulimia Nervosa

Bullying

Child related issues

Couples counselling

Emotional Abuse

Family issues

Generalised Anxiety

Low self confidence

Low self esteem

Physical abuse

Post traumatice stress disorder

Post Natal Depression

Relationship issues

Self harm

Stress

Sexual abuse

Suicidal thoughts

Trauma

Work related issues

 

 

 

Here are some of the issues I work with in Counselling

  • Anxiety
  • Anger
  • Bereavement
  • Couple Counselling
  • Depression
  • Eating Disorders
  • Family Issues
  • Work related
  • Stress
  • Low self esteem
  • Physical Abuse
  • Personal Development
  • Sexual Abuse
  • PTSD
  • Self Harm
  • Emotional Abuse