“Things Do Not Change: We Change”

Henry Thoreau

Caroline White

Counsellor MBACP

I am a qualified integrative counsellor with a Certificate in Counselling Skills from WPF (Westminster Pastoral Foundation) and a Foundation Degree in Integrative Counselling (FdSc) from the University of Greenwich.

I am a member of the BACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists) - a professional body for the counselling industry. I operate and work within the ethical standards of the BACP. I am an experienced counsellor and also work as a volunteer counsellor with TRYangle, an agency specializing in supporting perpetrators and families living with domestic violence. I offer 1-1 short and long term counselling and work with my clients in a confidential, non-judgemental and supportive environment.

If you are reading this you may have been thinking about counselling or perhaps someone has suggested you might benefit from seeing a counsellor. It could be that you are experiencing some difficulties in your life at the moment or finding it hard to cope for one reason or another. Whatever your reason, counselling might be able to help you.

It is now becoming more and more accepted that counselling / psychotherapy can be very effective in helping people cope with the many stresses associated with the living in the 21st century. Initial analysis of what may seem to a "nagging" problem can often highlight longer term issues which have become buried deep within the unconscious, often causing unexplained thoughts and behavioural patterns. Counselling can help to resolve whatever it is that is causing the problem, and change lives for the better. Talking it over with an experienced and qualified professional, no matter how "insignificant" it seems, can bring about a huge relief from what may have been a burden, in some cases, for many years.

If you think you need to make some changes to your life but are not sure how to go about it, counselling may be able to help you analyse and re-evaluate and make the changes that are right for you.

If something is worrying you and you think talking to someone might help, you can do something about it now by picking up the phone or by sending me an email. Whatever the problem, it's always good to talk.

For an appointment or for further information, please contact:

Telephone: 07528 489 318

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