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“Can Counselling help me?”

Counselling can be helpful for anyone experiencing a dip in self-confidence, a change in mood, feelings of anxiety, depression, sadness, feeling angry, alone or isolated. All of these can be responses to something that has changed;  a new development; for example, a sudden loss, a change in the workplace or educational setting, a relationship breakdown, or in something that, however hard you try,  just feels too difficult at the moment.  

The purpose of counselling is to provide a safe and confidential space, built on trust to talk openly through issues that may be causing you concern.

By talking in a counselling session, sometimes we gain new insight and an understanding of a  problem and a possible next step, to help find a way to move forward.

In addition to using a Person-Centred approach, as a counsellor trained in Transactional Analysis,  I find that sharing strategies and tools can be helpful. Together we would be exploring new ways to overcome a problem.

I liken this to looking through new lenses’ at something that may be causing you to experience anxiety, isolation, low self-esteem and on occasion, hurt, and in some cases, pain. 

CAB Counselling Services

Counselling- Supervision-Training

BACP Accredited CPCAB Level 6 Supervisor

The practice provides supervision for Counsellors in private practice, and for other agencies, group supervision, as well as supporting charitable work.

BACP Accredited CPCAB Counsellor
11+ years

Talking to a counsellor, might be beneficial, bringing worries and concerns about friendships, relationships, and school or college

Teacher & Trainer

As an experienced counsellor, in addition, I am a teacher and trainer of counselling in a Further Education setting.

CAB Counselling Services are focused on providing a flexible and approachable  counselling  and supervision service to meet individual needs – With practices based in Andover, Ferndown, Eastleigh and Winchester.

As a BACP Accredited Counsellor and a qualified CPCAB Level 6 supervisor, the practice provides supervision for Counsellors in private practice, and for other agencies, group supervision, as well as  supporting charitable work.

In addition,  counselling is provided   for young people; 11-year-olds and above, for whom talking to a counsellor, might be beneficial, bringing worries and concerns about friendships, relationships, and school or college

The practice specialises in one-to-one counselling for day-to-day  life issues, in particular: relationship, depression, work related stress,  social anxiety and when we experience a bereavement, all of these can impact on our  lives and affect personal well-being.

As an experienced counsellor, in addition, I am a teacher and trainer of counselling in a Further Education setting.