Looking for Something Better...
Some people come to counselling with well-defined concerns; others come with a troubled sense that something is not quite right.
Individual Counselling often involves a number of processes:
(a) sorting out something which is troubling,
(b) figuring out choices, values, perspectives, goals & priorities, (c) working on behaviour (how we communicate, what we do).
Relational Counselling (couple / marriage, family, work or other relationships) can include these same three things, yet it focuses primarily on how they are experienced and acted within a relationship.
In counselling both counsellor and client(s) have an active role to play. Together we explore your concerns, define our goals, and work towards resolution or change.
I often compare psychotherapy with the more physically oriented physiotherapy - or working with a personal trainer! Change takes all of us working together; and effective change sometimes takes time. Happily, what we do in counselling can be a part of a larger life process of growth. All of this can work together to help you achieve your own personal goals.
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On the following pages you'll find information about myself, counselling (or therapy), the process of growth, rates, etc. Please have a look around this website. Feel free to contact me with any comments, concerns, or questions you might have.