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Lucy Gatland

Hi, I would like to say I'm real. Rather than hide behind any masks or pretences, I feel it's important to be as authentic and open as I can, in order to help you understand your difficulties. I pride myself by my non-intrusive, warm and open manner and also in building a trusting relationship - whereby you can freely explore thoughts, feelings, life events and relationships. I will encourage the exploration of feelings, whether grief, fear and confusion or strength, power and love. Counselling can be a challenging process and not always the easiest; simultaneously coming to terms with parts of your life or all of yourself. Therefore, I like to create an environment whereby issues can be explored in a safe, caring, non-judgemental and confidential space, thus potentially leading to endless possibilities. It can be a liberating experience. Having undergone extensive training and a personal journey of therapy and self-discovery myself, I have great empathy for individuals who have the courage to face themselves. It can be tough being human but with greater understanding, empathy and exploration, we can, live a more authentic, enriched life. Alongside my private practice, I had been working for 8 years with a large organisation in Hampshire, offering face to face counselling for a wide variety of issues. This provided me with a vast experience and I feel well placed to help clients face their struggles. Some Key Areas of My Expertise: * - Depression * - Anxiety * - Relationships * - Loss/Bereavement * - Alcohol/Drugs * - Addiction * - Stress at Home/Work * - Couples Counselling I work with both short and long term clients. Offering either face to face, online or telephone counselling. The initial session, gives us both an opportunity to meet, to discuss your needs further and whether I am able to help you. It also provides you with an idea of whether you can work with my style of counselling. We can set a number of sessions or decide to keep them open. The decision is entirely yours and we can discuss these at anytime. I work to the BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) code of ethics and a full accredited and registered member of BACP. I have a full and current CRB (DBS) check.

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NHB hair and beauty

NHB is a hair and beauty 5* salon, we are a Modern salon with a friendly environment. Our services and treatments are done to a high standard and we have a large team to cater for all your beauty needs. We offer a city standard with a town price tag. Our massage basins and free refreshment will relax you as your stylist will get to know you with a thorough consultation. Hope to see you soon.

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Spirit Hero

Healing and Therapy. Alternative or Traditional.

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Shirley Kent Counselling

I am a National Counselling Society Accredited Counsellor in private practice. I adhere to regular supervision and continual professional development. I work non-judgmentally with warmth, empathy and understanding .I am accepting of all experiences. I work with young people, adults, older adults, couples and families who are suffering emotional turmoil in their lives. People come to see me when they are feeling unhappy. Maybe they are feeling sad, overwhelmed and are finding it hard to cope or perhaps they don't really know what is troubling them, they just know that something, is not quite right. Everyone is different, I work alongside each persons specific need. I work with many different areas of counselling including: Abuse, Addictions, Affairs and Betrayals, Anger, Anxiety, Bereavement, Depression, Eating Disorders, Family Issues, Generalised Anxiety Disorder, Low Self Esteem, Panic Disorder, Phobias, Personal and Work Related Stress, Relationship Issues, Trauma, Self-Harm, Separation and Divorce and much more. I am also a dissociation friendly therapist. I specialise in Emotional Therapeutic Counselling, a client led talking therapy which focuses on emotions rather than the mind only. I use a range of gentle techniques to help you uncover, explore and express painful emotions to bring about positive change. This effective therapeutic approach supports you to face and understand difficulties in your life, make appropriate changes and move forward feeling stronger, happier and more content. I see clients in various locations throughout Devon and Somerset including Taunton, Chard, Ilminster, Axminster and Honiton. I offer flexible daytime, evening and weekend appointments. The confidential counselling sessions take place in a safe environment and go at your own pace. There are no rules regarding number or frequency of sessions. I offer a free 40 minute, no obligation first consultation which gives you time to talk about your needs and to find out more about Emotional Therapeutic Counselling. It also gives you the opportunity to feel if you are comfortable to work with me. Subsequent one hour Consultations are charged at £40.00 for individuals and £50.00 for couples. Sessions normally last for one hour however extended sessions are available, if required. I offer face to face flexible appointments daytime, evening and weekends. Appointments by Telephone or Skype can also be arranged I feel that counselling should be accessible to all. If you are on a low income concessions can be arranged. I hold an Advanced Diploma in Emotional Therapeutic Counselling and am a Member of the Foundation for Emotional Therapeutic Counselling. I came to Emotional Therapeutic Counselling through my own therapy journey, having benefited personally from its application. Having spent the majority of my working life in management within the business sector, I decided it was time for change so embarked on training to become an Emotional Therapeutic Counsellor. I believe in the effectiveness of this therapy. Client Testimonials “I feel so much better since coming to you. I do not think I could have got through these weeks without you and would not hesitate to recommend you”. “I would like to thank you for your support and understanding. I am feeling a lot better and I am sure this is to do with your caring ways and good listening”.

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Deborah Bennett Counselling

Professional counselling and psychotherapy for individuals and couples. Offering help and support with a wide range of issues, I am fully registered (BACP) and have specialist qualifications in relationship, and bereavement counselling. Individual Counselling I recognise that people come to counselling for all sorts of reasons, and have different strengths and weaknesses. Whether you are looking for help with anxiety, depression, panic disorders or workplace stress, as an Integrative counsellor, I am able to tailor my approach to your needs. Relationship Counselling I work with relationship problems whether you come as a couple or as an individual, and regardless of sexual orientation, gender, religion or ethnicity. People come looking for solutions to all sorts of relationship difficulties - problems building relationships, pregnancy, financial problems, intimacy, workplace, trust, etc. My job is to keep sight of your relationship’s needs, allowing space and time to work on communication and problem solving. Usually, I offer an initial exploratory session to discuss what you want from counselling and gather some information. Occasionally, I may want to see a couple separately for a short time, so that they each have space and privacy to be open and honest. We will then reassess and decide together how the sessions will work. Bereavement Counselling Grief is a completely natural process but sometimes we struggle to move forward. The effects can be physical as well as emotional - fatigue, depression, numbness and guilt are all typical 'symptoms' of grief and loss. Family and friends often don’t know what to do or say, or offer unhelpful advice, and we are left feeling isolated and wondering how long this will go on or if it never ends. It is at this point that bereavement counselling can help. I will work with you to help you understand what is happening, and to find the resources that lie within you, so that you can cope and begin to rebuild your life. I know that the death of a pet can be every bit as devastating as any other bereavement, and will work with respect and understanding.

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