As humans we each develop our very own ways of coping during times of stress, upheaval, transition, or grief. Sometimes, it is often perceived that asking for help is a sign of weakness or failure — especially when we feel the weight of the world becoming a little too much to bear or when we recognise ourselves struggling to cope as well as we otherwise know we could. For many, it is believed to be admirable to pretend everything is good, even when it is not.
I am here to remind you that asking for support or guidance does not make you a burden, nor does it mean that you are weak, less capable or less strong. In fact, it is in those moments where we reach out our hand, that we truly gain strength. Asking for help, and giving yourself permission to be supported acknowledges your humanness — something all of us share. It is a useful step in managing your mental health and can help us to understand why we are feeling the way that we are, instead of just hoping that everything will return to normal soon.
Using a wide range of counselling approaches, I am trained to offer help, support and guidance in coping through a wide range of difficult or distressing times of life such as:
● Spiritual crisis
I also work with and support clients through weight loss, anger management, coming to terms
with Aspergers, or confusion about yourself.
If you would like to book a counselling session, please click here or contact me below.