Counselling for mental health problems
Counselling can help if you have:
- Eating Disorders
- and more.
Counselling after difficult life events
If you are going though a sad or upsetting time, counselling can help you deal with it. This could be after a relative or friend has died, after finding out you have a serious illness, if you are struggling with areas such as infertility, or if you have lost your job.
Physical illness and counselling
People with long term health conditions are more vulnerable to depression and counselling has been proven to help in many circumstances, for example those suffering chronic pain.
Counselling and abuse
If you have been physically, mentally or sexually abused or experienced discrimination or racism, you may feel able to cope better after a course of counselling.
Counselling for anger and stress
Counselling can help people who find it difficult to keep their anger under control or those who are suffering stress by helping you find better ways to cope and manage.
Counselling and relationships
Counselling can help you if you are having difficulties with relationships in your life. Whether separation or divorce or difficulties with parents or children, counselling can help you sort out a lot of things on your own.
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Counselling and children
Counselling works as well for children as it does for adults. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recommends talking therapies rather than medicines for children who are depressed.
It can also help children with anxiety, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) or who are in physical pain.