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Angela Jenner   Dip. Couns. MBACP (Registered)

How Counselling can help

I strongly believe that the key to successful counselling is in the relationship that is built, and nurtured within the counselling room. My aim is to build a supportive and empathic environment, within which you feel comfortable to discuss the issues, or experiences that are causing you emotional distress. The path we walk can often seem challenging, filled with difficult obstacles, and at times we become completely overwhelmed, even losing sight of who we are. In order to establish a firm foundation from which to facilitate change, it is helpful to gain a deeper understanding and awareness of the issues that you face. We can explore these concerns together, helping you to regain your sense of purpose, and re-learn how to trust in yourself.

Making the decision to contact a counsellor can be a daunting experience; however this decision should not be viewed as a realisation of weakness, but rather a sign of inner strength and self-worth. Often, we convince ourselves that things will get better in time, and we wait for life to turn around. However, the most effective way to overcome our obstacles is to find the courage to remove our mental barriers, allowing ourselves the room for personal growth and development.

I offer specialist support for those struggling to cope due to a loss. This may be the loss of a loved one, friend, relation, a home, job or even a loss of health. We are all unique in how we deal with change, and often it is helpful to talk to someone who is not emotionally connected to your situation.

My focus in counselling is to offer you an understanding, caring and accepting space so that you feel safe and can explore your feelings and thoughts without any fear of judgement.

 It is a privilege to be able to support an individual as they move forward towards a more fulfilling and positive life. I would like that individual to be you.

 “Out of your vulnerabilities will come your strength.”
Sigmund Freud