Counselling is a process through which individuals and couples can develop new understandings, try out new behaviours and grow and change in a way that leads to living more comfortably and authentically in the world.
People come to counselling for lots of different reasons such as feeling down, anxious or overwhelmed, feeling unsure about relationships or navigating a new stage of life. Whatever the issue, exploring your experience with the help of a supportive counsellor can help you gain clarity, feel more comfortable, become more confident and better understand yourself and others.
Couple counselling is all about helping couples develop a deeper, more genuine and loving bond with one another. Couples can get stuck on issues or in patterns of relating that cause discomfort and unease in the relationship. Through counselling, couples can grow to better understand and communicate with one another resulting in a more loving, trusting and authentic relationship.
Athletes face huge psychological and physical demands. They are often managing expectations, from themselves and others, that can leave them feeling exhausted and overwhelmed. The pressures of life can lead to depression and anxiety. It is normal for athletes to face identity, relationship, confidence and motivation crises. Counselling can be extremely helpful for athletes as they navigate this issues.