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About

It’s good to talk, and often sharing a problem can take the sting out of it. It can sometimes be difficult to discuss issues with family or friends where you need to weigh up issues that may touch them through mutual relationships. Your issues may be deeply personal and knowing that you want confidentiality without any judgement is sometimes easier with somebody outside your usual circle.

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Emma

16 June 2019

I felt at ease, and Helen really helped me to work through my issues. I would really recommend her.

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I feel very privileged to work within a profession where I can help people. It is very rewarding to watch people who come to me and go through the counselling process, leave with a new perspective on their lives having addressed and worked through their issues. I meet and get to know lots of very interesting people and feel more enriched for having met them.

Having worked in business for many years, I felt it was time to change my career to something that I would find more fulfilling personally and that I would feel I was being of benefit to others.

I feel that everybody that comes to me is unique, as are their issues, and as such require the approach that is most suited to them. The Eclectic approach where Eclectic Counselling derives its name, incorporates an integrative mix of counselling methods, tailored to meet each individual and their issues most effectively. The approaches incorporate Person Centred, Humanistic, Narrative, Existential, and cognitive behavioural therapies such as Reality Therapy and Solution Focused Therapy.