Types of Counselling

Self Harm

Sadly, many people do not understand self-harm. Consequently people who this behaviour often display a great deal of shame and guilt around it. Self-harm can take many forms. Cutting, alcohol and drug abuse. People who struggle with eating disorders may be self harming. People self injure in different ways and it can be a minor READ MORE


Stress is an adverse reaction we have to excessive pressure or other situations we face in our lives. It can leave us feeling overwhelmed or overloaded by the demands placed upon us. It may be a response to the feeling that we have more work to do than we can fit into our working day, READ MORE


Anxiety is a normal part of life and will affect all of us in different ways at different times. The cause of your anxiety may not be fully clear, or, the reason for your anxiety may actually be very clear to you such as a traumatic experience, having many stresses in life or significant life READ MORE


​Becoming depressed is very natural for humans, whether it be your genetics, brain chemistry, hormones or environment. Our western society doesn’t really allow for depression, this is great for our survival as a species but this thinking style doesn’t help when you’re depressed, as it can often lead to a negative view of yourself. When READ MORE


What is “normal”? Your sexuality is a very personal experience. Our society places a lot of expectations on who we should be. Not many people can completely conform to these rules. Thankfully attitudes have changed, and these days it’s normal to see same sex couples in the mainstream media as well as in real life. READ MORE

Grief Counselling

Grief / Bereavement can be a difficult emotion About Grief Counselling Robert, our lead counsellor says “Grief is something that almost all of us will experience at some time. Grief can bring the best, and worst in people. Families can descend into complete chaos around the death of a loved one”. Our Counsellors will work READ MORE