COVID 19 update. It is unfortunate given the current circumstance that one 2 one face to face counselling
must cease in order to protect everyone's health and prevent the transmission of the virus. Clients and
Supervisees may continue to receive regular support by the use of video messaging, phone and email where possible.
Lighthouse Counselling and Counselling Supervision Hampshire
Life can be overwhelming and stressful, but working with an experienced therapist can help you achieve the life you want
and offer a new direction and purpose.
Counselling is a talking therapy whereby clients are given the time and space to explore their concerns to allow them to
resolve and come to terms with their issues in a safe and confidential environment. Examples of concerns may include,
but are not limited to:
- Relationship difficulties such as separation, divorce, abuse
- Stress and anxiety
- Bullying, whether emotional or physical
- Bereavement and loss
- Work and career issues
- Anger management
- Personal development and motivation
- Post traumatic stress
Unlike most Counsellors I do not adhere to any one particular approach, method or model of counselling, but rather focus on a positive working relationship with
a client using a flexible approach to the many techniques available, combining the strengths of multiple theories in order to apply those that are most beneficial
to the client's specific needs. I maintain a strict confidential, moral and ethical stance.
I am a qualified Counsellor, Supervisor and accredited member of the National Counselling Society, with membership of
the Hampshire Association of Counselling Practitioners
and listed on the Accredited Voluntary Register (AVR) which is recognised by the Professional Standards Authority.