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Our counsellors at Serenity Counselling are fully qualified professionals and we are members of the BACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists).
Each counsellor has various experiences and in our initial assessment (getting to know each other first session) you can decide which counsellor would be most suited to you.
All our counsellors adhere to the BACP's code of ethics and everything spoken about is kept in the strictest confidence
As individual counsellors we each offer a person-centred approach which simply means we understand that you are the expert on you.
Counselling is an empowering journey of self-exploration and insight.
Our one to one sessions will enable you to look inside and explore your thoughts, feelings and patterns of behaviour.
We will provide you with a safe space; a warm and confidential environment.
Talking about your personal, private thoughts and feelings is not always easy so we hope to make it as comfortable for you as possible.
“ACT AS IF WHAT YOU DO MAKES A DIFFERENCE. IT DOES!”
Are you feeling sad, angry, hurt, frightened?
Need someone to talk to?
Someone kind, nonjudgemental and understanding who you can build a relationship with?
Serenity Counselling believe everyone deserves to be happy.
We value your uniqueness and, through our support and guidance, we trust in your ability to grow and change.
Anxiety, fear, anger, despair and hopelessness are feelings that can arise when your emotions feel out of control.
By talking through your feelings and understanding why you feel like you do; empowers you to accept the feelings and begins the process of learning to let them go.
Feel like you world is collapsing all around you and yet life goes on as normal.
Grief can be an intense mixture of emotions changing and strengthening rapidly.
Counseling can help.
Together we will talk through these feelings and guide you through the process of grief and healing.
"It is the client who knows what hurts, what direction to go, what problems are crucial, what experiences have been deeply buried."
Carl Rogers (founder of person-centred counselling)