Counselling & Psychotherapy near Liskeard, East Cornwall
40 minutes from Plymouth and 30 minutes from Looe, Saltash or Tavistock.
Phone 07795 176355
or email me
Counselling & Psychotherapy with individual Adults and Couples.
Whether you are seeking to focus on a specific life crisis, or whether you wish to explore other long standing issues, I offer a safe space for you to come and talk about whatever is troubling you.
I work with:
Loss and Bereavement
Loss of direction
A traumatic event, either past or present
Work related issues
We can arrange an initial interview which gives both of us the opportunity of considering whether we wish to work together.
If we decide to work together we would discuss the options for either open-ended work or for an agreed number of sessions.
Sessions are weekly or twice a week and last for 50 minutes.
Couple or Relationship Counselling can be short term, for an agreed number of sessions, or longer term depending on the needs of the couple. Sessions can be weekly or fortnightly and will be for 60 minutes.
About Counselling and Psychotherapy
Counselling and psychotherapy are both "Talking Therapies". Both can be referred to as "therapy". Both provide a safe and confidential space to talk and be heard by someone trained to listen and think with you about whatever is troubling you.
Counselling and psychotherapy are interchangeable terms and there are different models and trainings, and whilst both may be long or short term, counselling tends to be shorter term and sometimes time-limited (I.e working within an agreed amount of sessions, say 4 -12 sessions), whilst psychotherapy is usually long term and open-ended.
A Psychotherapist or Counsellor will not give advice, and does not have answers, but will help you make your own choices. You are free to talk, without fear of rejection, criticism or blame.
Some people look for a counsellor or psychotherapist when they are aware of serious long-standing issues, such as those stemming from childhood.
Others may experience chronic or recurrent difficulties in maintaining relationships or in expressing feelings.
Some people embark on psychotherapy as a form of personal development, seeking to understand themselves and others better.
If you would like to discuss what might be helpful for you, contact me on
07795 176355 or email me.
If I am unavailable to take your call immediately, leave me a message on my confidential voicemail, with times that I can call you back, and I will contact you.
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