Courage does not always roar.
Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying:
"I will try again tomorrow"
Mary Anne Radmacher
In counselling and psychotherapy,
you work with a qualified therapist 
who is either a counsellor, 
psychotherapist or psychologist to enable 
you to explore thoughts, 
beliefs and behaviours that affect your 
life negatively.

Through counselling and psychotherapy 
you can experience support and safety 
as you work through and begin to understand 
these thoughts, behaviours and beliefs 
in the strictest of confidence.

Working in this way can allow you to gain 
better understanding of yourself and of your 
relationship with others, as well as freeing 
yourself from limiting behaviours and promoting 
greater satisfaction with yourself 
and your interactions with others.
Benefits of psychotherapy can be achieved 
at any life stage, but it is more common 
that people will attend counselling when 
there has been a significant change in 
their life, a difficult issue has arisen 
or a bereavement or loss of some kind.

What you discuss with your therapist 
is up to you and can be discussed in 
more depth in your first session. 

The issues you may want to bring to 
therapy may change over time.
I help people to achieve fulfilment,
As well as more happiness, joy and fun,
To stay healthy, To achieve better relationships
with their children, Parents
and siblings.
To cope better with stress and 
to have more balance overall.
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