How can counselling help?
Counselling is a talking therapy, where you can explore how you feel and make sense of your difficulties and what they mean to you in a confidential, safe and nonjudgmental environment.
I can help individuals increase their emotional strength by supporting them to allow expression freely about the issues they may be struggling with. This promotes awareness and self-understanding which enables the possibilities of change.
I place great value on the therapeutic relationship and believe it is paramount for a successful outcome. It is important that you find the right therapist for you.
Confidentiality will be maintained unless there is a concern for your safety or others.
Further information can be found from (BACP) the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.
The benefits of Counselling
- Get help moving forward
- Have a safe and confidential space to work through your problems
- Gain a new perspective on your problem
- Improve and maintain relationships
- Help you to make better choices and decisions
What can counselling help?
Counselling can help within a wide range of areas:
- Mental health conditions, such as depression, anxiety, or an eating disorder
- Physical health conditions, such as infertility
- Difficult life events, such as bereavement, a relationship breakdown or work-related stress
- Difficult emotions, such as low self-esteem or anger
- Trauma, such as rape or sexual abuse
Why Nicola Potter Psychotherapy?
Counselling involves talking about sensitive issues and revealing personal thoughts and feelings, therefore you should consider talking to a therapist that is fully qualified and accredited. I am a fully qualified and accredited EDMR therapist with an accredited diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy. I am registered and accredited with the BACO (British association of counselling and psychotherapy (the UK’s governing body). Find out more about my qualifications.
To discuss counselling further or to book a session, please contact me.