What is Counselling?

Counselling is a form of 'talk therapy' that can be done alone, in a couple or part of a family unit. Counselling involves a trained therapist listing to your experiences and supporting you with any thoughts/feelings or beliefs you may be experiencing that are creating struggles within your life. 


What can counselling help with? 

Counselling can help with a number of issues, for example -

- Depression and anxiety                                                    - Addiction

- Bereavement and loss                                                      - Abuse

- low self-esteem and confidence                                   - work related issues

- Anger                                                                                         - Divorce

- Health issues                                                                         - Major life changes

- OCD (obsessive compulsive disorder)                       - Phobias and fears

- Redundancy                                                                          - Relationship difficulties

- Sexuality                                                                                  -Trauma

- Stress                                                                                        - Identity 



I want to access counselling, what next?

Rose and Jazz offer a free 15 minute phone/online discussion where you will be offered the time and space to discuss your reasons for wanting to come to counselling and work through any concerns you may have. It is important you find the right counsellor for you, therefore it is vital to use this time to assess whether the counsellor is a 'good fit'. Doing this will ensure you get the best from your counselling experience. Once deciding you would like to go ahead with counselling, your counsellor will talk you through the next steps of your counselling journey. 


If you would like to book a free 15 minute consultation, please click here.


Will the counsellor give me advice? 

The aim of counselling is to help you find your own answers and make your own decisions. Your counsellor will not offer you advice but work with you to support you in finding those answers.


Will what I say in sessions be confidential? 

Confidentiality is extremely important in the counselling relationship. During sessions you are free to talk through anything that may be troubling you in a safe, confidential and non-judgemental space. Anything you choose to bring to session will remain entirely confidential, there are however some exceptions to this. 

These exceptions will be discusses with you fully during your initial counselling session. 


How many sessions will I need?

Each client is unique in what they choose to attend counselling for, therefore the number of sessions clients attend varies. This can be discussed with you during your initial session but it is important to remember there is no obligation to attend a certain number of sessions and the decision to attend counselling will always remain with you. During the counselling process you will regularly check in with you counsellor to discuss how you feel your counselling journey is going and assess the number of sessions involved. 


How long and how often are sessions?

Sessions can be done in person or online. Sessions last 50 minutes and usually happen once a week. Counselling is an investment, therefore attending counselling consistently and regularly will allow you to build the momentum in your sessions to work through what you are experiencing successfully. If, however you feel that you need sessions less frequently, this can be discussed with your counsellor.


How much do sessions cost? 

Rose and Jazz offer a free 15 minute discussion to discuss your counselling journey.

In person 50 minute session fee - £55 

Online 50 minute session fee - Agreed on consultation



Where are counselling sessions held? 

Rose and Jazz offer online and in person sessions. 

In person sessions are available in within both Oakham and Melton Mowbray.

Online sessions take place from the comfort of your own home via the online platform - zoom. Please be aware that it is important when attending online counselling you have a confidential space where you feel and safe and comfortable in order to maintain confidentiality when discussing any difficult topics you may bring to counselling. 


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