Counselling and Psychotherapy for Couples, Adults & Young People in and around the Woking area.
We offer both short and long-term therapy solutions to help you explore the difficult feelings or circumstances you may be experiencing. We take our lead from you, focusing on what really matters to you. Our service is non-judgemental, confidential and supportive, providing a safe space for you to grow and develop.
Counselling can help you to:
Feel heard with respect and without judgement
Begin to make sense of your situation
Explore and change repeating patterns and behaviours
Identify new options and choices
Increase your self-awareness and build confidence
What we offer
One-to-One Counselling £50
When you first come to counselling you may feel overwhelmed and confused. We establish a safe and supportive therapeutic relationship with you which can help start the process of change.
Common reasons for seeking counselling:
Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID)
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Depression, Anxiety and Stress
Low Self-esteem and Confidence issues
Phobias and Fears
LGBT (Q) Counselling
Anger management and Communication
Bereavement and Loss
Couples Counselling £70
When couples first come to counselling they are often not speaking, angry, hurt and constantly arguing. We will take a neutral position, supporting you both to feel heard and equal in your relationship.
Common reasons for Couples Counselling:
Trust and Honesty
Frequently asked questions
There are no minimum or maximum number of sessions. Your counsellor will work together with you to decide how many sessions will be beneficial to you.
Individual one-to-one sessions are £50 and Couples sessions are £70 per session.
One-to-one sessions are 50 minutes. Couples sessions are 60 minutes.
Whatever you feel most comfortable in. Our counsellors wear their own clothes (not uniforms) and dress for comfort.
We do not currently have student counsellors and are not offering placements at this time.
All information disclosed to us will be treated as confidential. If we believe that you or someone else is at severe risk of harm, we reserve the right to inform outside agencies. We will always discuss this with you first, wherever possible.
There are some exceptions to the above and we are legally obliged to inform authorities of any Child Safeguarding concerns, and certain criminal or terrorist offences, with or without informing you first.
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