Experience in Working with a Wide Range of Difficulties

It is important to know if your counsellor can work with the issues you want to explore – we all need to have confidence that we are in ‘good hands’. The counsellor should be able to ‘walk the talk’, to relate to the various challenges the client wants to discuss and to find creative ways of working with these difficulties.

The list below gives you an idea of the type of difficulties I can help with, but it’s not an exhaustive list. Do get in touch even if your issue is not mentioned.

  • Abuse

  • Addictive Behaviours

  • Anger

  • Anxiety (including Panic and Panic Attacks)

  • Assertiveness

  • Bullying

  • Career Counselling

  • Depression

  • Grief, Loss and Bereavement

  • Guilt

  • Health-Related Stress

  • Life Transitions (e.g. retirement)

  • OCD

  • Relationship Difficulties

  • Self-Esteem

  • Self-Sabotage

  • Separation and Divorce

  • Sleep Problems

  • Stress

  • Social Anxiety / Phobia / Shyness

  • Terminal Illness

  • Trauma and PTSD

  • Trust and Intimacy Issues

  • Work-Related Problems

  • Worrying