©2019 by Wendy Nicholas Counselling.

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PERSON-CENTRED COUNSELLING

Ashurst | Southampton | Hampshire

 
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Hello,

Are you feeling overwhelmed, alone, sad, depressed, anxious, confused, angry, stuck, stressed or generally something is just not right?

Person-Centred Counselling is a talking therapy that will help to enhance your sense of well being, personal freedom and relationships through exploring the particular circumstances of your distress.


I believe by being truly listened to, you will find the answers
within yourself to make changes to lead a more fulfilling life.​

By working together, we will develop a genuine and trusting relationship as a safe and respectful space for you to be yourself and to be heard.

I will  focus on you and your concerns by giving you support and time to consider your own thoughts and beliefs, helping you to find a clearer way forward.

​Shall we talk?

​Wendy

 

ABOUT ME

Qualifications and experience

BA (Hons) in Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy.

Person-centred counselling can help with emotional or psychological distress, such as, stress, conflict, bereavement, depression, coping with poor health and trauma.

I have worked with The Bereavement Counselling Charity, A2Dominion Housing Group Ltd Counselling Service, City College Southampton Counselling Service, and Barton Peveril Sixth Form College Counselling Service. I also work from my private practice in Ashurst.

This experience has given me an invaluable insight to the emotions and distress that may arise from:-

  • Feeling so overwhelmed and stressed that you are unable to function normally in every day life.

  • Relationship problems resulting in conflict at home, extended family, with a friend/ friendship groups or at work.

  • Bereavement and grief; the loss of a loved one.

  • Loneliness.

  • Loss of your job and /or employment difficulties.

  • Loss of your home.

  • Loss of physical or mental ability.

  • Coping with change.

  • Life as a carer.

  • Facing difficult decisions.

  • Depression: from feeling constantly in a low mood to problems with being able to get out of bed in the morning or leave the house.

  • Coping with poor health, debilitating illnesses or medical and /or mental health diagnosis. 

  • Eating disorders and body image.

  • Identity.

  • Sexuality.

  • Experienced or having witnessed trauma. This includes all forms of abuse including physical or sexual abuse.

  • Anxiety and panic attacks.

  • Anger issues.

  • Low self-esteem and low self confidence.|

I strive to give you a respectful, trusting and genuine counselling experience. 

I believe in equal opportunities and endeavour to embrace diversity by learning from other cultures, lifestyles and abilities that are different from my own.

I am committed to continuous personal development to improve self-awareness and knowledge.

I am a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).

I am a member of the Hampshire Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapists ( HACP).

I hold a Professional Liability Insurance and I am DBS checked.