Southerndown

8 Manor Way,

Lee on the Solent, Hampshire, PO13 9JH

enquiry@mycounselling.net

 

Tel: 07786 352 012

Mon - Thu: 9am - 8pm

Fri - 9am - 6pm

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MY Counselling

Individual and Couples Counselling and Psychotherapy

As a Counsellor, it is my role to attempt to understand as fully as possible the experience of the other person

As a Counsellor working with a couple it is my role to listen to each person and value their experiences equally.

Access counselling using a webcam from the comfort of your own home.

I have received training from the International Association for Rewind Trauma Therapy.

 
My Approach

My main theoretical approach is Person-Centred.  Carl Rogers was a Psychologist and the founding father of Client-Centred Therapy (1951) which he later referred to as Person-Centred Therapy.  His approach provided a warmer, more personable approach in contrast to Freudian Psychoanalysis. 

About me

I had my first experience of Counselling over 14 years ago when I was going through a particularly difficult time in my life.  I felt completely overwhelmed by feelings of fear and felt incredibly lost.  I was referred to see a Counsellor by my G.P. and for the first time I began to feel understood by another person.

Getting Help

You can contact me by either completing the enquiry form below or by emailing me at enquiry@mycounselling.net

 

Alternatively if you would prefer to speak or send a text message then please do so via 07786 352 012.

COVID-19 Information

There is so much information available at the moment in relation to the recent outbreak of coronavirus and fear about public safety.  At present I am currently continuing to work and continue practicing as usual in accordance with current advice.  I would advise that you keep up-to-date with information from trustworthy sources such as the NHS and the Government and follow any advice given that may be applicable to you.  The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy also has relevant information regarding impact on therapy.