Are you feeling anxious, depressed, afraid, angry or just totally overwhelmed?
Sometimes problems can build up and affect daily functioning, your performance at work, or your relationships. You might be struggling to sleep, feel unmotivated and irritable. Possibly you have noticed physical symptoms such as headaches, nausea or feeling tired all the time.
Talking to family and friends can be useful but they may give advice which is unhelpful, or you may not want to share your problems with them. Therapy provides a confidential, non-judgemental, comfortable environment to feel at ease to talk freely about issues affecting your life, without feeling shame or embarrassment. We will work together to find insights and solutions that are empowering and more helpful for you.
I am an accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP) and The National Counselling Society (NCS). This gives you the assurance that I conform to their monitoring standards and offer an ethical and professional service.
‘Indaba’ is a Zulu word meaning coming together to discuss something which is affecting you, a safe forum where you have a voice and will be heard. The emphasis is on exploring ways of communicating and a resultant growth. Counselling very much represents this meeting of the minds.
“Who looks outside dreams; who looks inside wakes.” Jung
Some reasons for counselling:
Counselling can take place face-to-face, or online via Zoom, Skype or FaceTime if this feels easier for you.
I work as an affiliate for a number of Employee Assisted Programs (EAPs) including BUPA, AXA PPP Healthcare, LifeWorks, Cruse Victim’s Support, PamAssist & RedArc.
I value your privacy – all calls and emails are dealt with by me alone and are strictly confidential. Disabled access.