​The Beech Practice  

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Counselling, Trauma Therapy & Supervision

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     Why seek Counselling?
 
Counselling is about us together exploring which obstacles stand in the way for you of being where you want to be. It is about processing what you are experiencing and helping you to make your decisions to live a more fulfilling life.

Integrative Counselling means that we draw on a variety of therapeutic models in the counselling process, such as Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Client-Centred Therapy and Transactional Analysis.
 
If you find yourself struggling with any of the following, please don't hesitate to give us a call.
  
        Why seek Trauma Therapy?
 
Many people experience trauma at some moment in their lives. Trauma is defined as “a deeply distressing or disturbing experience.” Trauma is an experience that can change people’s lives, and the way they view the world. Trauma could be a car accident, a burglary, a sudden bereavement, a physical injury, an experience of violence, or any other threat to your physical or emotional safety.
 
If you think you have experienced a trauma, you might struggle with:
* Re-living the experience (flashbacks, nightmares, reoccurring thoughts orimages, etc.)
* Avoidance or feelings of numbing (of situations, places, people, thinking or talking about it)
* Heightened alertness (feeling ‘on edge’, getting angry quickly, concentration difficulties)
  
Within the sessions we can work on techniques to diminish your flashbacks and nightmares, challenge the things that you might be avoiding and regain a sense of control of your life, thoughts or feelings. The sessions will go in your pace and we will only address things you feel ready for. 
  
  
 If you are struggling with:

  Feelings of not coping
  Being on edge, alert
  Grief
  Avoiding talking about things
  Lack of self-esteem
  Burn-out
  Depression
  Anxiety
  Anger
  Eating problems
  Work stress
  Self-harm
  Suicidal thoughts
  Sexual, emotional or physical abuse
  Trauma