Counselling / Psychotherapy

Who does Counselling help?

Those who are experiencing or have experienced:-

  • abuse (emotional, physical or sexual)
  • anger management issues
  • anxiety
  • bereavement
  • crisis
  • depression
  • disabilities
  • domestic violence
  • health-related difficulties (including abortion and miscarriage)
  • identity issues (including dissociation, gender or sexual identity)
  • low self-confidence
  • low self-esteem
  • personal relationship difficulties
  • self-harm
  • stress
  • trauma
  • work related difficulties (including bullying and redundancy)

What is Counselling?

Counselling and psychotherapy is an arrangement by which a practitioner meets a client, in privacy and confidence, to explore any difficulty and / or distress the client may be experiencing. This may be a specific difficulty, a more general sense of dissatisfaction with life or a sense of loss of direction or purpose.

How does Counselling work?

Counselling and psychotherapy works as part of a therapeutic relationship. Being able to talk things through with a person trained to really listen and support you in finding your own solutions, without judging or coercing, can be helpful with a wide range of issues. This relationship can provide insight into the inner causes of behaviour

With insight comes understanding and understanding enables change. Counselling and psychotherapy can be a way of finding more satisfying and creative patterns of living, as well as helping at times of crisis and emotional pain.

How much does Counselling cost?

Initial 60 minute session – £30
Subsequent 60 minute session – £45
Please note: Counselling / Psychotherapy is only available in Baldock.