In my experience, different issues bring different people to counselling at different times in their lives.

Sometimes it is feeling the need to talk to someone outside of family or friends.

Sometimes it is feeling low and vulnerable and wanting a safe and supportive place to talk.

Sometimes it is difficulties in a relationship or even separating.

Sometimes it can be facing a serious or life-changing illness – either yours or someone else’s close to you.

Sometimes people come for counselling following a bereavement or loss.

Quite often an apparently small experience or moment tips the balance and triggers the decision to contact a counsellor.

For the past twenty-five years, I have worked with individuals, couples, families and groups in my private practice, and in senior roles within counselling organisations.