- Individuals, Couples & Families.
- Loss & Grief Counselling.
- Cancer and other chronic illnesses.
- Trauma response and recovery.
I also offer counselling for the parents, partners and families of those with problematic behaviours. Issues dealt with include limit setting, consistency and guilt.
In general, I work with his clients to reach a common understanding of the layers of complexity that may be involved in the presenting issues. I then help people better manage the complicated and problematic issues in their lives, so that they can function better in the present.
Once this has been achieved, my clients are better able to move beyond management, towards the development of personal aspirations and their achievement.
People often make judgements around these issues. It is important for us all to remember that as individuals we are not completely good nor completely bad, nor are we simply strong people or completely weak people. We are all much more complex than these simplifications.
I specialise in helping people better understand, manage and then grow beyond the complicated and problematic issues in their lives.
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