I work with individuals who experience issues as a result of dysfunctional relationships in their personal and/or professional life.
This includes people who might be suffering as a result of a long-term relationship break-up, people who might identify with the term ‘codependent’ and people whose lives are being impacted by an addict/alcoholic family member.
Life transitions can also be difficult. You may be feeling the loss of your children leaving home, or the loss of your professional relationships as you face your retirement years.
When a relationship ends, living with the loss of a significant other can feel devastating. Equally, living within a difficult relationship can be a source of enormous stress and anxiety. Relational transitions can be surprisingly difficult to deal with and fill us with dread.
Whatever our circumstances, we can find that we have lost sight of ourselves and what our lives are about. We might feel empty and diminished in some way and that life has become something to survive rather than enjoy.
There often comes a point when we want to re-claim our own lives and that’s possibly why you are reading this webpage. Perhaps you are recognising that you need help to do so.
Why not contact me?
I offer an initial session free of charge so that we can explore whether my counselling service will be right for you. All sessions are conducted in the strictest confidence.
Please note that I am not qualified to offer couples counselling.