Counselling For Adults

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Feeling a little stuck in life?

Perhaps you’ve been a bit flat since a recent event. Or maybe you don’t know why you’ve been feeling so low.

Don’t worry. It’s completely normal to feel this way. But if it’s getting in the way of your daily life or your emotions are getting stronger, you may benefit from adult counselling. 

Why choose adult counselling?

Whether you’ve been diagnosed with stress, anxiety or depression, or you just want someone to talk to, counselling with an experienced professional can really make a difference. 

A counsellor can help you to make sense of your existing situation as well as past experiences. This can not only help you if you’re struggling with your mental health but can result in better self-acceptance, greater freedom to make decisions and increased ability to live life more fully in the present.

Who can you help?

People come to therapy for all sorts of reasons, including feeling a little bit lost and unsure of themselves, or in need of a little pick me up. There is no right or wrong reason to choose counselling and psychotherapy. If it’s important enough to you that you need support – then therapy is likely to help.  Sometimes people just need some space to figure out what they want and where they are headed in life.

Some of the most common reasons to choose counselling are:

  • Loss, grief and bereavement 
  • Redundancy
  • Changes in relationships 
  • Financial changes
  • Divorce
  • Starting a family  

Asking for help is difficult, but you’ve taken the first step

By just searching for ‘Cheshire counselling services’, you’ve made it through the first door. You’ve found yourself here, so why turn back now? 

My person-centred counselling and talking therapy sessions are safe, confidential and friendly. I offer counselling to individuals of all ages and with a variety of concerns. Together, we’ll explore your emotions, and create some coping strategies to manage and reduce distress.

Make time for you

The joy of therapy is that it gives YOU time for YOU.  Time where you can explore what is going on – in a calm, kind, confidential and non-judgmental space.  You have the freedom to express yourself without worrying about the feelings of friends and family. And importantly, the space to explore your feelings, thoughts and needs.