Counselling focuses on how people function both personally and in their relationships at all ages.
By us talking together through your problems or concerns, counselling can help you to see solutions you didn't know were there. It also helps find ways to cope better and move on in your life.
Elder Persons Counselling
Sex Counselling or Therapy
What to expect from your counsellor
You will be encouraged to talk about your feelings and emotions with an experienced and trained counsellor/therapist, who will listen and support you without judging or criticising you.
The counsellor can help you gain a better understanding of your feelings and thought processes, and find your own solutions to problems.
The counsellor will not usually give advise or tell you what to do.
Counselling helps people with physical, emotional and mental health issues.
It improves their sense of well‐being, alleviates feelings of distress and resolve crises.
The problems addressed by counselling are from developmental (lifespan), environmental and cultural perspectives.
They include, but are not limited to:
- School and career/work adjustment concerns.
- Making decisions about career and work, and dealing with school‐work‐retirement transitions.
- Relationship difficulties‐including marital and family difficulties.
- Learning and skill deficits.
- Stress management and coping with negative life events.
- Organizational problems.
- Dealing with and adjusting to physical disabilities, disease or injury.
- Personal/social adjustment.
- The development of one’s identity.
- Persistent difficulties with relating to other people in general.
- Mental disorders.
There’s a story behind every person.
There’s a reason why they’re the way they are.