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Foggy Forest

About Therapy

Life can feel hard sometimes and counselling can help you explore whatever is distressing or worrying you. You may have experienced a bereavement or are going through a difficult life event, such as a divorce or redundancy and are seeking support to get through this time. You may be feeling stressed and overwhelmed by your life in general and need help to reduce your anxiety levels. Sometimes, it may just be a need to understand yourself better and work on areas such as self-confidence, self-esteem, and self-acceptance. Perhaps you have trouble setting boundaries in your life both personally and professionally and would like to explore how you can start doing this.

Counselling provides a confidential and non-judgmental space for you to explore your issues and emotions. Sometimes having someone impartial to talk things through with is what you need to make sense of how you’re feeling and how to move forward.

Potential benefits of therapy – how can I help you?

  • Help you to understand yourself better in terms of your personality and behaviour.

  • Help you to understand your patterns of relating with others, enabling you to improve your relationships.

  • Allow you to explore your feelings and regain emotional balance.

  • Explore how the past could be affecting you in the present.

  • Help you to increase your self-confidence and self-esteem.

  • Support you in creating the changes you would like to make in your life.

  • Reduce your anxiety and stress levels.

  • Help you to set healthy boundaries.

  • Affairs and betrayals

  • Anger management

  • Anxiety

  • Bereavement / loss

  • Bullying

  • Cancer/illness

  • Depression

  • Family issues

  • Health anxiety

  • Infertility / baby loss

  • Loneliness

  • Low self-confidence

  • Low self-esteem

  • Miscarriage

  • Panic attacks

  • Passive-aggressive behaviour

  • ​Pregnancy and birth

  • Redundancy

  • Relationship problems

  • Separation and divorce

  • Social anxiety

  • Stress / Work-related stress

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