Counselling or talking therapies can help with many difficult life problems - from coping with traumatic experiences and events, to dealing with depression and anxiety or managing harmful emotions and behaviours.
Bereavement, Loss or Grief Counselling is a specialised type of therapy that involves supporting individuals who have experienced;
This type of therapy helps you work through your grief or loss as well as learn coping mechanisms to help you when you are struggling or on your own.
An understanding and reflection of diverse and intercultural experiences.
In this approach, consideration is given to origins and belief systems that mirror and influence identity, personal experience and the social impact of oppression, within the therapeutic relationship.
People from BME, LGBTQ+ and specific faith backgrounds have benefited from this type of therapy.
Every day life can be challenging for even the most resilient of children.
Competitiveness, bullying, social exclusion, racism, family crisis, homophobia, peer pressure, sibling rivalry, scholastic underachievement, abuse and identity are but a few of the problems that counselling will help with.
Workplace counselling is an employee support intervention that is usually short term in nature and provides an independent, specialist resource for people working across all sectors and in all working environments.
We all experience life-crisis issues at different stages in our lives. Experiences such as bereavement and loss, relationship and family difficulties, substance misuse (including alcohol issues) and stresses at home can all preoccupy someone’s thinking and distract them from work.
The counselling process is about providing a sounding board for an employee, giving them a safe place to talk about issues that trouble them and allowing counsellors to help them find their own solutions to problems or develop better ways to manage issues.
Helping the non-compliant child is a family based treatment approach for oppositional / non-compliant children. Parents are trained to alter your child's behaviour in the home. Parents will meet with us to learn how to use specific procedures to alter interactions with your child, to promote prosocial behaviour and limit behaviours that challenge.