Counselling &

Psychotherapy Services

Are you struggling to cope or feeling overwhelmed?

Are there some decisions you need to make and feel unable to do so?

Do you feel stressed, isolated or unhappy?

Have you noticed patterns of behaviour that don’t serve you well?

Are you just in a rut or feel stuck?

Everyone has challenges throughout their life.  Some are easily met, while others can feel

overwhelming and beyond our capacity to cope.

Seeking professional help is a positive step towards meeting those challenges.

Reasons for seeking help include:          

  • Stress, anxiety or sleep problems

  • Grief, loss or bereavement

  • Problems in relationship with family or at work

  • Pregnancy related issues; miscarriage, termination or stillbirth.

  • Womens' reproductive/Fertility issues; difficulties falling pregnant 

  • Recovery from Mental Illness or Addictive Behaviours 

  • Physical health issues

  • Bullying or other work stressors

  • A significant life event that has prompted you to reassess what is important to you

  • Difficulty managing shopping, alcohol or other substances

  • Complex trauma or violence



Would you like to feel more connected, confident and creative in your approach

to managing difficulties?

How Counselling & Therapy Can Help

Talking helps. For some people, just the opportunity to talk to someone empathic and supportive is enough to help them

re-engage with their coping strategies.


For others, a more detailed focus on what has happened to them and how to find new meaning might be what is needed. 

One of the more important factors to effective therapy is the quality of the relationship that develops between client and counsellor so it important to feel comfortable with the therapist you choose.

Counselling offers the time and space to work through your personal and relationship issues.


It can help you in many ways to:

  • Relieve stress

  • Make sense of your thoughts, feelings and behaviours

  • Explore what matters to you

  • Make wise choices for your well being

  • Build resilience and your capacity to cope with life's challenges

  • Identify your strengths and learn how to develop healthy strategies for managing difficult emotions

  • Improve  your emotional wellbeing, self-esteem and self confidence

  • Improve the way you communicate and build more meaningful relationships with family and friends

  • Find ways to understand and resolve the patterns of behaviour that no longer serve you well

  • Establish habits that support health and wellbeing long term

Counselling offers a safe, non-judgemental environment to talk about your concerns. Often just talking openly with

someone you trust can help to gain some perspective and help you cope better with difficult emotional experiences.