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What does a typical client come to counselling with?

 

Are you an adult, a couple or a child or young person?

There isn’t such a thing as a typical client and for me, that’s the beauty of being involved in this type of work is that in every interaction with another person the individuality, creativity, beauty of them just impresses upon me how amazing individuals are, that despite what’s going on their life they are still showing up, breathing and have hope that things can be ‘better’!

 

Here is a list of issues that clients often present with, this list isn’t exhaustive nor is it intended to be a list of labels, we are all human beings experiencing different challenges within life.

 

Abuse

Addiction

Bereavement

Generalised anxiety

Chronic pain

Depression

Feeling sad

Disabilities

Discrimination

Learning difficulties

Loneliness

Low self-confidence

Low self-esteem

Miscarriage

Still birth

Infant Loss

ADHD

Health anxiety

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Racism

Redundancy

Menopause

Relationship problems

Affairs and betrayals

Family issues

Life transitions

Separation and divorce

Self-harm

Stress

Suicidal thoughts

Trauma

Work-related stress

Bullying

Cancer diagnosis

Terminal illness

Career counselling

Carer support

Covid related stress

Sleeplessness/insomnia

Lost motivation/purpose in life

Panic Attacks

Pet bereavement

I work with couples who need help and support moving their relationship forwards whatever the presenting issues may be.

 

I offer a space for young people to work things through in their own time. This may not be the time that parents or caregivers expect or want, but child and young person counselling is about giving them a space to be heard in whatever manner, means or shape that may be without the pressures of school, friends, parents etc. As a qualified Children's and Young Person therapist I treat them as an equal rather than just children. A safe space is created for sharing thoughts and experiences, listening to each young person who comes in through the door in order to help them better understand themselves. Building this sort or rapport and relationship can take a long time and minimum session length would be around 10 sessions. I would offer an initial 30 minute session to see if the young person felt comfortable with me and what I offer before committing to additional sessions. 


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