Was the 2018 festive season the straw which broke the camel's back for you? Perhaps you are thinking about whether counselling might be something which could help you, or somebody that you know, in the coming year. You might want to make changes in your life, and talking about this with an independent counsellor could be the first step.
My name is Sally Spigner, I am a qualified BACP registered counsellor, offering both short and longer term, affordable counselling from a relaxed and peaceful office within my home. I work with clients ranging from teenagers with social anxiety or exam stress, right through to elders in their twilight years.
It doesn't need to be a daunting or frightening experience, let me see if I can put your mind at ease. Please don't hesitate to call for an informal chat.
Counselling provides a safe place in which you can confidentially examine a problem, without having to involve either family or friends. It allows you to start to see your issues from a new perspective, perhaps rehearsing difficult conversations before you have them, or doing some exercises to help you to explore what is really important in your life.
As your counsellor I hope to help you to formulate your next move, supporting without judgment. I am unlikely to be shocked or embarrassed by anything which has happened to you in your past, I am not here to make you feel bad about decisions you have previously made, but rather to encourage you to commit to the best choices going on from here.
1 in 4 of us in the UK will find ourselves struggling with mental health challenges every year and suicide is the biggest killer of men aged under 50.
If you are overreacting to day to day situations and don't know why, feeling angry all the time or overly tearful, or perhaps unable to make what should be the simplest of decisions, at these times counselling can help you to regain your balance. Consider counselling as promoting mental fitness, in the same way as you might enrol in a gym for your physical wellbeing.
There really is no need for you to face your problems alone.
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