FAQ

FAQ

What is counselling?

Counselling is working with individuals and with relationships which may be developmental, crisis support or problem solving. The task of counselling is to give the client the opportunity to explore, discover, clarify ways of living more satisfyingly and resourcefully.

What can I expect from counselling?

Counselling helps you look at any problems you are experiencing and helps you focus on any areas of your life that you might want to change.

What is the time period involved?

A counselling session lasts 50 minutes and is normally on a weekly basis at the same time each week. For some people short-term counselling of 6 sessions meets their requirements. However longer-term counselling is available. The number of sessions you require will be reviewed as an ongoing part of the counselling process.

What is required of myself?

You are required to make a commitment to yourself to give yourself the time and space you need to look at an area of your life that is not working as you would wish.

What are the benefits of counselling?

Working with the counsellor you can look at patterns that occur in your life that might hinder your development. Counselling can help you adapt to change and reassess what it is you want from life. Counselling can also help you find acceptance.

How do I know it will work?

People that come for counselling get out of it what they want. It depends on what basis you are coming for counselling and what you want to achieve. During the sessions we can monitor and review the progress you have made and what goals you still have left to achieve.

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