Counselling suits individuals who might not consider themselves as having chronic mental health issues, but instead are looking for some extra support as they move through a challenge, loss or change in their life. Whether you are in grief, confused or uninspired, counselling provides a forum for you to share your experience with an informed and caring professional.
How can Counselling Help?
A Person-Centred Approach
Our therapists take a person-centred approach to counselling, where the only agenda is following your lead. Based on Carl Roger's humanistic approach, person-centred counselling believes in each person's nature potential for insight and flourishing when they are provide with the following conditions -
A genuine therapeutic relationship
Empathy for the unique world of each person
Unconditional support and belief in an individual's potential
Within this authentic relationship, your therapist may also offer questions, reflections and tools as they support you in gaining self-compassion, understanding, autonomy or resolution.