Counselling

Strongheart Counselling

“Do you think I’d benefit from counselling?” is a question I’m often asked.

Counselling gives you space and time to think and talk through things that are troubling you - a process most people could benefit from. If you’re thinking about it, the answer is probably ‘yes’.

It might be helpful to look over the following list and see if any of the issues resonate with you. Remember, however, that this isn’t an exhaustive set of problems, nor is it necessary to be at ‘rock bottom’ or a crisis point to find value in counselling.

Concerns a counsellor can help with:

  • Feeling overwhelmed/unable to cope
  • Struggling with feelings of shame, guilt and worthlessness
  • Feeling lost, lacking motivation, interest or meaning in life
  • Knowing you’re not taking care of yourself/feeling self-destructive
  • Feelings of despair or hopelessness
  • Struggling with anxiety and fear
  • Depression
  • Addiction
  • Dealing with bereavement and loss
  • Stress
  • Difficulty in your relationships
  • Difficulty reaching important decisions
  • Facing change and challenges and needing support
  • Feeling stuck
  • Struggling with belief and confidence
  • Going through a life transition

As a project adviser for my DClin research project on the mental health of farmers, Aarun was fantastic. Not only does he have an incredible passion and understanding about the need for research in this area, his knowledge and connections with the farming community are extensive and were undoubtedly invaluable during all stages of the research process

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Laura Phalp: Clinical Psychologist

Counselling

Individual counselling, both face-to-face and online over a secure webcam link.

Workshops & Training

Tailored training sessions on mental health awareness, stress management and resilience.

Appreciation

What they are saying about Strongheart.