Paediatric Counselling and Family Therapy
Counselling is a talking therapy where the counsellor helps to explore areas that are causing concern or difficulties.
Counsellors are not there to judge or tell you what to do, but can help you get a better understanding of yourself and help you develop strategies and make changes where you would like.
It involves a series of meetings and it is a time where you can explore your situation by expressing thoughts and feelings, not only by talking, but through games, play and creative activities too.
Each person is an individual and therefore counselling is different for everyone, so you work together with your counsellor in a way that suits you. Counselling is important for all people, regardless of disability or ability if they are experiencing difficulties.
Counselling helps when people and families are experiencing difficulties in their life and come to counselling for a variety of reasons such as:
- Eating disorders
- Family problems
- Mental Health
- Panic attacks
- Physical Health
There are many other reasons why people come to counselling, but the aim is to offer a safe and supportive environment and relationship that will enable growth and development.