When Things Go Wrong…

 

When things go wrong it helps to have a calm and friendly chat with someone you trust, the idea is that you share your worries and feel heard and understood. Friends and family are helpful to a point however they are often too close to give an objective view and may have their own agendas. In therapy you are the main focus and its your views, issues and beliefs that are paramount. If you need an objective, view from an unbiased, non- judgmental professional without an agenda who will listen, understand, empathise and offer strategies to cope better- then counselling my be the solution. Don’t hesitate to make contact and book a session if you are struggling with anything in life.

 

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