I’m Annmarie Wakeling, a fully qualified counsellor registered with the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP).
I have experience working with people who have difficulties with drugs and alcohol as well as experience working within bereavement counselling.
Do you find that you feel sad or anxious a lot of the time but feel unable to share these feelings with anyone? Do you wake up still feeling tired and unmotivated about going to work? Do you feel tension in your relationships?
Coming to private counselling allows you to choose how many sessions you can have. You do not need to wait until you have reached a crisis point in your life. Counselling is an investment in your future where you can give yourself some self-care.
People who come to counselling have reported that they are more able to begin uncomfortable but worthwhile conversations with others. Their confidence begins to grow as they start to have a clearer life plan. They feel more assured about themselves and more able to be honest. They often can sleep better and feel more able to relax. They feel more confident to make time for themselves and do the things they enjoy.