The person-centred approach believes that each one of us has an innate ability to improve our own lives and wellbeing, given the right environment and support. Our approach aims to provide clients with a safe, confidential and non-judgemental space where clients feel supported in finding their own answers to improving their lives. During sessions you will work with your counsellor to explore your thoughts and feelings, gaining deeper self-awareness, feeling heard and understood in a warm, confidential and empathic environment. 

The person-centred approach believes each client is unique, therefore you will work with your counsellor to meet your individual needs, supporting you in making positive changes.




What is the person-centred approach helpful in managing? 


The person-centred approach is a form of talk therapy, aiming to uncover the root cause of what you may be experiencing and support you in managing it, therefore the approach is successful in addressing a number of issues, for example - 

  • anxiety 
  • depression 
  • bereavement 
  • stress
  • relationship issues 
  • abuse 
  • anger 
  • work stress
  • grief and loss
  • menopause transition
  • miscarriage


Please visit our FAQ  to find the answers to some common questions people ask before the start of their counselling journey







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