Counselling gives you a time and place to talk, in a safe nonjudgmental environment so that issues can be worked on, goals can be set, changes can be made. Life can then be lived more fully.
Counselling is a confidential process that allows the past to be acknowledged, the present to be understood so that choices can be made that give a better future.
- do you start each day with enthusiasm?
- do you finish each day satisfied with what you have done?
- do you look to the future with optimism?
- do you feel good about who you are and where you are going?
- if not maybe now is the time for change
The counselling offered at Head 2 Toe is a mixture of several different approaches. The methods used are dependent on the individual wants and needs of the client.
Our Counsellors strongly believes that every person has it within them to change their life for the better and works with them to raise self esteem, find purpose and adopt good stress management techniques.
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