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Untangle Your Life

Weybridge, Surrey, Surrey

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Untangle Your Life

Weybridge, Surrey, Surrey

About

I offer a non-judgemental breathing space in which you can put the World on hold and, with no one making demands on you, reflect, pinpoint what’s really troubling you, get to the root cause then choose what, if anything, you want to do about it.

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Knowing that the support I offer is helpful because I see knitted brows relax and smiles return and life becoming lighter for clients.

When I was working in the private sector what I was doing was lucrative but not satisfying. I haven't regretted re-training and setting up my own private for a moment.

Here is a client describing what working with me was like:“"Claire is a generous empathetic and trustworthy counsellor who gently took me through the process. She was hugely supportive when I got very emotional and made me feel very relaxed with her".

Services

I can help with many issues particularly high anxiety, working with couples on their relationship and with  those baffled by uncontrollable overeating that, whilst not a full blown eating disorder, feels compulsive, addictive even, with names like comfort eating, emotional eating or binge eating.

Feel that your relationship or marriage is really good apart from the same "Groundhog day" discussion or disagreement with your partner or spouse that keeps coming up, escalating into a row and spoiling everything? Would you like to stop those eye rolling moments where you think "here we go again" and then you both fall into that horrid, familiar pattern that you just can't seem to get out of? Couples Counselling involves me as an objective 3rd party helping you makes sense of what is really going on in your relationship as, 9 times out of 10 the issue is NOT what you might be scrapping about (anything from how to pack a dishwasher to not feeling appreciated to how to bring up children) but how each of you feels about the thing, what meaning you're making of it, what deeper, older emotional wounds, vulnerabilities or resentments are flaring up, spilling into the present and causing the upset.

"Suddenly, out of nowhere, I am gripped by this uncontrollable urge to eat which I am powerless to reason with or stop.  It feels like some alien force has taken control of my body. I want to be free of it” "I don't understand why sometimes my eating can be fine for days, weeks even, then suddenly goes totally out of control." "I am sick and tired of years of yo-yo dieting, I have had enough and I'm ready to do something about it" Any of that sound familiar? The Understanding your Eating Programme has been developed from research carried out by Julia Buckroyd, Emeritus Professor of Counselling of the University of Hertfordshire and Honorary Fellow of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists. Julia developed the programme to help people whose overeating felt compulsive and addictive (also known as emotional eating, comfort eating or binge eating).  It helps you to explore whether you are eating to deal with your feelings and teaches you how you can start to use other ways of managing your emotional life The programme does not tell you what to eat or how much as we think you know that already, instead it aims to help you think about how you use food, so that you can be better placed to choose whether you want to continue doing it that way. You will learn better ways of managing your feelings and be less tempted to use food to comfort yourself. You will become more confident with better self esteem and a better body image. You will find that food becomes much less of an anxiety and no longer dominates your thinking.