Anger is generally a mask for other deeper emotions which counselling can help to surface & resolve.
Anger is a mood related issue that is a common source of concern for many people.
If Anger is affecting relationships, causing conflict in your work or family life, and or damaging your well being counselling can help to surface and resolve what is going on behind this mood. This is not anger management as some educational courses provide! It is therapeutic work that helps you make sense of the many layers impacting on this very normal emotion of anger.
Key Areas of help
- Explore conflict related to environment (work, relationship, social)
- Internalised and externalised anger
- Map anger patterns for cause effect
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Well-being is a complete integration of mind, body and soul and when there is a struggle going on it can be difficult to work out which part or parts of us are causing the problem. Counselling is primarily about surfacing perceptions, beliefs and behaviours so the client can understand themselves better.
What to Expect
When approaching counselling especially for the first time and/or meeting a new counsellor it is possible that you will be nervous. Talking about personal issues is challenging and people can have strong emotions and physical feelings particularly just prior to the first session. Discover some pointers to try and help with this.
There are lots of questions that you may be asking yourself prior to counselling.
How can I prepare myself for counselling?
What can I do to help with the nerves?
Can I bring a support person?
What if I’’m nervous about going to my appointment?
Your session cost will be confirmed with you prior to counselling (or at the first session) and payable prior to or at each session via cash, online banking or bank deposit. In some cases sessions will be shorter or longer but generally the same fee is charged.
I am passionate about my work and proud of the qualifications I have achieved. In addition to this and the annual training that is important for this role, I have seen the value of counselling first hand. This is in my own journey as a child to parents now deceased, a marriage partner, as Mum to two children (now in their twenties) and as a friend and a colleague in the workplace. This is the professional and personal base from which I offer counselling.
Vulnerability is not weakness; it’s our greatest measure of courage.