Counselling for Adults in York, Manchester & online
What is counselling?
Counselling is a talking therapy which provides a safe, confidential space for you to talk to an impartial, trained therapist about your difficulties and experiences.
During counselling you will be listened to without judgement or being told what to do. You will be supported to explore your thoughts, feelings and behaviours – facilitating self-knowledge, emotional acceptance and growth.
You will be encouraged and empowered to find your own strategies to cope and will be supported you while you put these effective changes into practice.
Counselling will be a different experience for every person as will vary according to what you decide to share and your individual needs.
How can counselling help?
Counselling will help you to think about your difficulties, whether these are, worries and concerns about your life now or about past experiences.
Counselling can help with a wide range of mental health difficulties, including:
Stress & Burnout
Grief & Loss
What is a counselling session like?
There are many different types of counselling and psychotherapy which we can offer, but our aim is to find the type which is most appropriate to you as an individual, based on your specific wants and needs.
During counselling sessions you will have the opportunity to talk about how you feel in an environment which is confidential, impartial, and non-judgemental.
Our expert counsellors can offer you information and suggest ways of managing your thoughts, facing your fears and help you find the best way for you to cope with what you are going through. They will support you whilst you practice this both within, and outside of the therapy sessions and help you maintain your wellbeing in the best way you can.
We understand that seeking therapy can be daunting and that taking the first step can be challenging. We have a team of trained experts available at our clinics in York, Manchester and online.
If you are unsure whether you need therapy within our general adult’s service or our Neurodiversity service, please get in touch using the form below for more information about our different sorts of therapy. We would be delighted to discuss your situation and needs with you.