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Embrace The Future

We have all had times in our lives when we felt demoralised, stuck, and lost and could not find the motivation and reason to move forward. Changing our perspective can allow us to find a passion for life again and the desire to achieve our goals and realise our aspirations.

Online Counselling

Access counselling when you need it and wherever you are.

Contact us at 07988310660 or info@essentialcounselling.co.uk to get started!

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Abstract Sand

Your International Counsellor is Here to Help

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Anxiety can be one of the more distressing moods we can experience.

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Emotion can enrich our lives but too much can be disruptive.

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Self-esteem refers to the extent to which we approve or value ourselves.

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Stress is the conviction that we won't be able to cope with the challenges we are facing.

Therapy Sessions

My Counselling Approach

The integrative approach I employ puts the client at the centre of the therapy. The client is encouraged and gently guided to express their experiences in their own time and in their own way, leading to inner discovery.  

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About me

As an integrative therapist, I offer a service unique and tailored to the needs and goals of each individual client. 

I strive to make Connections with my community.

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Why is it important to treat mental illness?

Talking is important, but to be actively listened to is essential if counselling is to be of benefit.

Counselling offers a safe and confidential space where you can

freely explore your problems with a trained professional who can support your needs whilst enabling you to make positive decisions about your life.

Counselling does not give suggestions, nor does it provide advice.

You will be listened to in a non-judgmental environment where you will be helped to have insight into your thoughts and feelings.

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Anger

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Anxiety

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Depression

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Self-Esteem

Stress

6 Ways to Benefit the Most From Counselling

  1. Use Your Time - arrive a few minutes early to mentally prepare yourself before entering your session, and forget about the clock when you are in the session.

  2. Apply Your Session - in between meetings, apply what you've taken to your life and be mindful; make a note of changes you are working on and want to make.

  3. Journal - take note of your thoughts and feelings; don't stress about writing a lot; record your feelings and thoughts as you go - it may help bring them to your next session.

  4. Be Open and Honest - do not try to censor your feelings or questions; always express what you are feeling. Don't be afraid to try new things, and feel free to speak what's on your mind, even if it does seem off-topic.

  5. Be Proactive - your therapist is not here to answer questions for you but to guide you to your answers.

  6. Be Ready for Change - know that for therapy to succeed, you may have to make some changes to get there, but don't worry - your therapist is here to help you with these changes

Candy makes you feel seen and heard. Her counselling has really helped me think deeply about previously undressed traumas, and transmuting all the anger, frustration and stagnation that comes with it into something that can change your life for the better.

Mary

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