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COUNSELLING

 

Counselling helps us to develop greater awareness and understanding of ourselves. The aim is to bring about positive personal change through talking, being listened to carefully, and exploring in depth what is going on in our lives.

 

Asking for help is normal and natural. None of us are designed to do the journey of life alone. Counselling helps us to talk about the things that make us feel sad, afraid, angry, distressed or embarrassed – or things that don’t make sense to us. Your counsellor can help you to think deeply about these things and to understand them better.

 

Counselling is also about helping us to identify and express our feelings because sometimes we’re not fully aware of what we’re carrying emotionally. There may be hidden anxiety, grief and anger. We may feel that there is something wrong but sometimes we cannot quite put our finger on it.

 

This kind of talking, thinking and feeling aloud can help bring about change in us, in the way we see things, especially in the way we see ourselves. Personal shifts occur which lead to positive changes in our behaviour, relationships and our lives generally.

 

There are similarities in the way counsellors work, but also differences, so it is important that you find an approach that resonates with you and a person who you can engage with and trust. We have three counsellors at the clinic, so please click on the links below to find out more about them.

FEES

 

For fees, please see the individual therapist's pages below:

Counsellors: Ferga Robinson and Robin Ravenhill and Tory Macdonald 

"How fortunate we are in Eastbourne to have this gem of a clinic that offers a wide range of natural therapies and treatments."

Sara De Siena

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