What is counselling?
Counselling is a form of talking therapy where you meet with a professional therapist to talk about emotional issues or mental health challenges that are impacting your life.
Therapy offers a safe and confidential space for you to explore your thoughts, feelings and behaviours with someone who is trained to listen. A counsellor will help you find your own solutions, so you can develop a better understanding of yourself and others.
What can counselling help with?
Are there any areas in your life causing you distress or overwhelm? You might not understand the root cause of your worries. You just know that your symptoms are holding you back and preventing you from getting on in life.
Counselling can help you deal with many different mental health and emotional challenges, including:
- anxiety or panic attacks
- low self esteem or low confidence
- trauma and abuse
You might also be experiencing struggles with physical ill health, gender identity, or relationship difficulties or physical intimacy.
Or you might simply be feeling overwhelmed with life in general.
Whatever you’re going through, speaking to a trained therapist can help you make sense of the feelings you’re experiencing, so you can see difficulties in a more manageable way.
How Your Wellbeing can help you
We offer a safe, confidential, and inclusive space to talk about your worries, either individually or as a couple.
Our compassionate and experienced therapists are trained to listen, without judgement. They will get to know you, tailoring sessions to suit you and the challenges you want to explore.
We offer short- to long-term integrative counselling, and draw from various techniques, including psychodynamic, humanistic, and behavioural therapies.
We can see you in person at our confidential counselling room in Surbiton, or we offer remote appointments, delivered online or over the phone.
Your mental wellbeing is everything, trust us to take good care of yours.
For more information about the types of counselling we offer, visit our Services page.