Coping with Life's major changes
Counselling and Psychotherapy develops an interpersonal relationship between practitioner and client to enable the development of self-understanding at a deep level, to create changes in thought processes and empowering individuals to change their life.
The role of a practitioner is to focus on specific problems, helping the client to restructure their thinking and attain deep personal insight to bring about major changes in their life, whilst simultaneously fostering their wellbeing.
This process is a safe and confidential collaboration, with the client being an active participant in the counselling process at every stage.
Practitioners are trained in a range of modalities to work with clients from diverse backgrounds, exploring the many experiences they may have encountered over their lifetime.
As a result of the sessions, the client may achieve changes in perspective, new insights and ways of thinking about situations, a heightened awareness of self, an enhanced capacity to tolerate and regulate emotional situations, develop alternative strategies to assist with future decision making.
What can Counselling Address?
- Loss and grief
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Anger and fear
- Relationship issues
- Pre and post-natal depression
- Workplace issues
- Low self esteem
- Coping with a drug effected loved one
- Domestic Violence
- Self sabotage patterns
- Anorexia, Bulimia
How many sessions will I need?
Usually, between 3-5 sessions will resolve the presenting issue.
Duration: One hour
Facilitator: Elly Gregory-Wilson
Elly is a Doctors Health and Grand United Health fund Recognised Provider of Counselling Services and is also Police checked to enable her to work with children
Clients who are currently undergoing therapy, have been prescribed medication by a Psychiatrist or are having treatment from a Clinical Psychologist are required to obtain written consent to engage in any additional counselling.