The Counselling Room
http://www.counsellingroom.org
Made by Mari with you in mind
The Counselling Session Counselling   is   a   “talking   therapy”   as   recommended   by   the   medical   profession.      Talking   to   a   qualified   consellor   in   a   non- judgmental   confidential   atmosphere   can   help   you   gain   clarity   and   move   forward.      Counselling   is   not   about   giving   advice,   I   am here   to   help   you   find   your   own   best   way   forward.   I   will   not   be   passing   judgment,   not   be   imposing   my   views   or   values   on   you   nor will I be shocked as to what you may say. The   sessions   will   be   at   your   pace,   you   will   be   “in   charge”   at   all   times.      You   will   decide   what   you   want   to   talk   about   and   how deeply   you   want   to   go.      I   will   be   helping   you   to   explore   your   feelings   -   discover   how   you   really   feel   about   people   and   issues   in your   life.      Many   Clients   are   surprised   at   what   they   discover   but   if   this   starts   to   feel   uncomfortable   for   you,   you   can   decide   not   to explore   any   further   and   I   will   not   press   you.      Your   issues   are   in   the   present   and   we   will   be   talking   in   the   present.   There   may   be links to the past and making these links can help shed new light on the present. You   may   wish   to   work   short   term   or   long   term.   Counselling   sessions   are   50   minutes   long   and   normally   take   place   weekly   to give   time   to   reflect   on   issues   raised   during   the   session.      It   is   usual   to   make   a   contract   of   6 consecutive   sessions   but   it   may   be   necessary   to   have   12   sessions   or   more,   depending   on the   issues   involved.   Although   a   couple   of   sessions   may   be   useful,   full   benefit   will   be received   through   completing   the   contract.   It   is   not   possible   to   say   how   many   sessions would   be   required   to   help   you   to   move   forward   but   the   more   you   engage   with   the   process, the more successful will be the outcome. To   receive   the   full   benefit,   counselling   needs   to   take   place   over   a   period   of   time,   issues   are revealed   and   examined   like   the   layers   of   an   onion. All   this   can   be   discussed   and   explained at our initial meeting  
The Counselling Room
http://www.counsellingroom.org
Made by Mari with you in mind
The Counselling Session Counselling   is   a   “talking   therapy”   as   recommended   by   the   medical profession.      Talking   to   a   qualified   consellor   in   a   non-judgmental confidential    atmosphere    can    help    you    gain    clarity    and    move forward.      Counselling   is   not   about   giving   advice,   I   am   here   to   help you   find   your   own   best   way   forward.   I   will   not   be   passing   judgment, not   be   imposing   my   views   or   values   on   you   nor   will   I   be   shocked   as to what you may say. The   sessions   will   be   at   your   pace,   you   will   be   “in   charge”   at   all times.      You   will   decide   what   you   want   to   talk   about   and   how   deeply you   want   to   go.      I   will   be   helping   you   to   explore   your   feelings   - discover   how   you   really   feel   about   people   and   issues   in   your   life.     Many   Clients   are   surprised   at   what   they   discover   but   if   this   starts   to feel    uncomfortable    for    you,    you    can    decide    not    to    explore    any further   and   I   will   not   press   you.      Your   issues   are   in   the   present   and we   will   be   talking   in   the   present.   There   may   be   links   to   the   past   and making these links can help shed new light on the present. You   may   wish   to   work   short   term   or   long   term.   Counselling   sessions are   50   minutes   long   and   normally   take   place   weekly   to   give   time   to reflect   on   issues   raised   during   the   session.      It   is   usual   to   make   a contract   of   6   consecutive   sessions   but   it   may   be   necessary   to   have 12   sessions   or   more,   depending   on   the   issues   involved. Although   a couple    of    sessions    may    be    useful,    full    benefit    will    be    received through   completing   the   contract.   It   is   not   possible   to   say   how   many sessions   would   be   required   to   help   you   to   move   forward   but   the more   you   engage   with   the   process,   the   more   successful will be the outcome. To   receive   the   full   benefit,   counselling   needs   to take    place    over    a    period    of    time,    issues    are revealed    and    examined    like    the    layers    of    an onion.   All   this   can   be   discussed   and   explained   at our initial meeting