• Bereavement

    "I would like to thank you so much for all your help and support over the last few months, through our (more Charlie) difficult and emotional time. Thank you again, you have been fantastic"

    Balance

    "Michelle has been a lovely solid presence in my life and on occasions has just pushed the right button sufficiently for me to really think about what it is in my life that causes me problems, and to look at ways of overcoming them".

    Direction

    "I guess there are counsellors out there that are knowledgeable and there are others who are really lovely people that you just get on with, Michelle is special because she is both"

    Listening

    "It's easy to say you can talk to friends and family about your problems, but truthfully it's not the same. I have found it enormously therapeutic to "just be" with someone who doesn't try to give me advice, doesn't claim to know just how I feel."

  • WHERE TO START ?

    Whether you have had previous experience of counselling or none at all and are undecided if counselling is for you, come along for an session. The session gives you an opportunity to decide if counselling is the right approach, you don’t have to decide there and then, take the time to process the session, and decide if counselling with me is the way forward. Research indicates that it is the relationship between the therapist and the client/patient which is the defining factor in the treatment. Choosing the right therapist for you is an important part to the start of your counselling journey.

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  • Individual counselling is a one to one relationship between the client and the therapist. Where the client talks about the problems they are experiencing. 

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  • Relationship counselling helps you to make the most of your relationships, past, present or future.

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  • There can be a variety of reasons children are referred for counselling, bereavement, family separation, peers, bullying, eating disorders, drugs, phobias, self harming and so on. 

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  • Counselling with Care provides emotional and therapeutic support for students in school.

     

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  • Family counselling helps you to understand and cope better with the stresses and strains of family life.

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  • Counselling with Care provides a range of counselling services. For more information on these services please view our website. 

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