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Welcome to" Find a voice..." Counselling & Psychotherapy.

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Talking about our feelings and emotions can be hard and taking the first steps in to therapy is possibly the hardest part of the journey. 

Sharing our inner most feelings can make us feel vulnerable and yet it is talking about and validating these feelings and experiences that can be the healing part of our journey through to well-being and acceptance. 

When feelings, emotions and experiences become overwhelming, we can lose our voice and surrender to the isolation of suppressed emotions which can create angst and insecurities, making everyday life incredibly difficult. 

Our thoughts can have an impact on our feelings and emotions creating negativity and emotional overload, this can lead to low mood, anxiety and depression. We can all feel 'down' at times but when these feelings continue for more than a couple of weeks or are affecting your everyday day life, it may be time to talk to someone. Everyone is unique and will experience mental health struggles differently however I have listed some possible signs, you or someone you know may be experiencing:

  • Constantly tired/exhausted

  • Losing interest in activities/hobbies

  • Feeling tearful and over or under emotional

  • Constantly unhappy or feeling hopeless

  • Continuously anxious

  • Difficulty making decisions

  • Feeling disconnected from others

  • Disrupted sleep patterns, insomnia

  • Loss of appetite

  • Loss of self-esteem

  • Loss of motivation

  • Loss of sex drive

  • Experiencing physical aches/pains

We often take care of everything else but tend to forget to look after our mental health.

My own work and life experience gave me an insight into the complexities and fragility of our mental health and well-being. I began to see the benefits of Counselling & Psychotherapy Therapies and their ability to nurture and maintain the recovery process through mental health struggles, anxiety, depression, abuse and trauma recovery.

The therapeutic alliance between client and counsellor is a powerful tool and I offer to work with you towards relational depth using autonomy, congruence and trust to nurture exploration of experiences and feelings that may be blocking an ability to self-actualise.  I believe raising an awareness of the importance of your own self-reflection,  self-love and encouraging self-empowerment through counselling therapies can make a difference in your recovery process.

Whether you are returning to therapy or coming for the first time,  I welcome you with understanding and acceptance in a safe and confidential space where I offer to walk with you at your own pace on your journey through mental health well-being, abuse and trauma recovery using guidance and Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy tools to help you validate  your true sense of self, reconnect and ....

"  Find a voice..."

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