Towards psychological wellbeing
Is there too much distress in your life? Counselling may help you find freedom from painful feelings/thoughts and unhelpful habits. It could help you get on better with yourself and enrich important relationships.
Even if you don't feel particularly whole, I would work with the whole you. This means exploring both the strengths that empower you and difficult experiences that could also be sources of learning and growth.
Experiment and play
If you watched Supporting your journey, you'll have seen that creative, sensory approaches are part of my offering. You don't need to be an artist to do any optional, respectfully developed creative experiments that may help you work through psychological stuckness.
Towards peaceful awareness
Are you searching for peace of mind? Autogenic Training (AT) is a profound, body-based, self-help system. It might be just what you're looking for.
Meeting once a week for eight weeks, with a follow up session about a month later, you learn a range of techniques to promote relaxation and release stuck emotions. AT practices last between 10 seconds and 10 minutes and could bring many balancing and restoring moments into your life.
Ready to practise
You will get the most out of AT if you can commit to practising the new relaxation and self-help techniques you learn each week for at least twenty minutes in total every day. Some people need counselling first to get to a good enough place to really benefit from this course.
Towards fulfilling work
Are you stuck in a rut? Careers guidance may help you find more meaningful options, new energy and greater clarity about how to move forwards.
It tends to be shorter term with practical actions between appointments. Typical topics can include exploring career ideas, improving applications, mock interviews and writing (and carrying out) action plans.
Valuing your strengths
Making good use of your strengths is a core career development idea which has wider application. Are you making good use of your strengths, not only in your career but in all areas of your life? If not, this might be a valuable area to explore.