It can feel like a big challenge to take the first step and contact a therapist, but an initial consultation will provide you with an opportunity to meet me, tell me about yourself and talk about the counselling process. Then, if you feel it may be of benefit to you, we can discuss further sessions. This may mean arranging a fixed number of sessions or agreeing to work together in a more open-ended way.
Everybody faces vulnerability, difficulties or the need to confront change at some time in their lives. This can be a recent life event or an accumulation of feelings and problems.
(Although I am an integrative-relational counsellor, I’m not a couples therapist. The name of my training can be misleading. It means this:
A ‘relational approach‘ can be defined as: being mindful of our relationship with our client. A therapy relationship can reflect the tangles in your relationships ‘out there’, as they show up here and now between us.)
Together we can explore issues relating to:
- Bereavement/Loss and Grief
- Challenging Life Events
- Low Self Confidence/Self Esteem
- Life Changes/Choices/Pressures
- Emotional/Psychological Wellbeing
- Workplace/Occupational/Professional/Social Difficulties
I offer one-to-one counselling to adults in person, via Zoom video and telephone.
Former client testimonials:
“Milla’s warmth, care and understanding gave me the courage to talk about things I had been unable trust anyone else with. She made me feel heard and valued so that through our sessions I was able to start to make sense of things and find a way through, back to myself.”
“Thanks so much for listening and helping me all these months – it means the world to me.”
“It’s hard to put into words how much I’d like to say thank you, but I’ll try. When I came here last November for the first time, I was a mess, and talking to you each week since has helped me enormously. Not just with my problems at the time, but with my overall mindset. I will carry what I learnt from you all my life and will never truly be able to thank you enough. It’s a sad day to know it’s ending.