A healthy mind and a healthy body are intrinsically linked. We look after our bodies – exercising and eating the right foods, but our mental health is just as important, and sometimes we need support. With the current COVID challenges, this is even more important in today’s climate of pressure and uncertainty.
There are times for all of us when life feels too much. A sudden event could throw us into crisis, or we may find it an ongoing struggle to see direction or purpose in our lives. This is where counselling can help. In person-centred therapy, you will be listened to unconditionally, without judgement which can help you make better sense of your thoughts and feelings. Counselling can help you see patterns and recognise how these impact on your life. It provides an opportunity to explore meanings and relationships with others which will help you understand your sense of self.
- Relationship difficulties
- Life events
- Family crisis
- Confidence/self esteem
Katie trained as a person-centred counsellor and works with adults and young people aged 14+. She is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, fully DBS checked and safeguard trained by Leeds city council. As well as working privately she also works for a charity supporting families and young people via a school service across Leeds and Bradford.
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Call for a free telephone consultation without obligation. This will help you decide if you think it is a ‘good fit’ and provide the opportunity to talk about what you would like to gain from your counselling experience.
You can make an appointment by calling Katie on 07803249949 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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