Frequently Asked Questions
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How do I make an appointment?
What should I talk about?
Talk about anything you like. Absolutely anything at all – there’s no right or wrong here. Talk about whatever is taking up your attention right now. It might be a specific problem or it might be something that is sitting at the front of your mind and you don’t really know why that is.
You may want to make use of the counselling relationship by talking about things you might avoid or are scared to talk to people about. I will listen and help you make sense of things. I certainly won’t judge you, shame you or make you feel inadequate about the way you are, or because of the feelings and thoughts you have.
What happens if I have difficulty in talking about my worries?
This is actually fairly common. Some people feel able to talk from the outset whereas others need some time to feel comfortable and discuss what really troubles them.
How do I pay?
By cash, direct debit or mobile banking 48 hours prior to our appointment.
What sort of people come to see you?
All sorts of people irrespective of age, ethnicity, sex, background, sexual orientation, profession, religion, culture etc.
Are our discussions confidential?
All information and discussion remain confidential. Information will not be disclosed unless I feel ethically obliged to do so or for the safety of another individual.