About Counselling

Screen shot 2014-08-05 at 10.42.56It is a privilege for any Therapist to work with clients who bring their sensitivities and vulnerabilities into the consulting room and I believe the ‘fit’ between client and therapist and the evolving relationship to be one of the most important factors in the process.

The counselling relationship is unique in that it is neither personal nor social but a formal contracted relationship for the benefit of the client based on respect and commitment. At times this can involve relating at a highly emotional level while the client works through personal issues. Although the outcome is not guaranteed, the aim of the therapy is to enable self understanding and self acceptance within an environment which is non judgmental, caring, supportive and values your individuality.

Some of the more frequent issues clients bring to counselling in Fareham are:

•    Relationship difficulties.
•    Depression
•    Anxiety
•    Low self esteem and confidence
•    Abuse and trauma
•    PTSD and dissociation
•    Bereavement and loss