Therapist nameZoe Mitchell
Duration of treatment50 minutes
Contact details for booking07506 681329 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Counselling is a working relationship entered into by two people. It is a private, confidential service that allows you the opportunity to discuss issues that may be causing you difficulties. You may have problems that you don’t feel comfortable talking about with your family and friends.
Counselling allows you to spend time with someone who is both impartial and non-judgemental. Who will collaboratively help you try to find ways to better manage, cope and improve your current situation. If you feel like past experiences or your current situation is holding you back, it can be the perfect platform for you to start creating the life you want for yourself.
There are many reasons that people choose to have counselling, here are a few examples:
- Rape/Sexual Abuse
- Domestic Violence
- Drug & Alcohol Issues
- Relationship/Marital Difficulties
- Low Self-Esteem
- Mental Health Conditions
- Issues Concerning Sexuality
- Physical Illness
- Financial Difficulties
- Work Related Stress
However, there is no right or wrong reason to seek counselling. Each and everyone of us is entitled to positive emotional well-being and improved quality of life.
Supervision is a service that is offered to professionals in various care industries. It allows the care giver the opportunity to review the work undertaken with clients, continually working towards a better quality of service. Reflecting on ones work will facilitate learning and help to develop the care providers skills and understanding.
It is a confidential working relationship that is designed to offer the supervisee support and guidance. Also, it is an opportunity for the supervisee to explore any issues that may be effecting their ability to offer the best possible care.