Our childhood years can be some of the most enjoyable but can also be some of the most challenging periods of our journey into adulthood.
Counselling offers a safe place in which to explore the complex emotions that come with moving into adulthood. With a clearer understanding of issues like relationships, sexuality, stress or anxiety, young people can be better prepared to take on challenges now and well into adulthood.
There are many different types of therapy available to you and you will have the choice or have a discussion during your consultation about the approach and counsellor that will be most suited to your needs.
Some therapies will focus on the here and now and will help you to problem solve the issues that are holding you back in your day to day life, others may take you back to previous life events, such as trauma, that have had a long term impact upon your well being.
Experienced, Skilled, Friendly Specialists
All our counsellors except our trainee's at NSPW are professionally qualified and some are accredited, counsellors are linked to one or more professional bodies including the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP), The British Psychological Society (BPS), The UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) or The Health Professionals Council (HPC).
Counsellors spend years training and continue to learn each year, they come from various different working backgrounds. Working with adults, children, couples or families with a range of issues . We can best match you to your needs and our counsellors, you can also view are therapists and their backgrounds on the menu or by clicking here.
About the Sessions
All sessions last 50 minutes and are usually weekly or fortnightly.
With us being a private service therapy is open ended so the length of time you attend is entirely up to yourself, your counsellor will review your progress with you every so often.
The sessions for children/youth counselling are £40 and for a Psychotherapist £45.
Is it confidential - Yes absolutely! Your confidentiality is very important. We are bound by the ethical codes of psychologists and counsellors (BACP), which require us to maintain strict practices to ensure that your information is never shared with others without your permission, except under rare and very specific circumstances (for example, when ordered by a court). Counsellors also see a supervisor once a month to check that they are being ethical in their practice no names are mentioned when in supervisor keeping confidential at the upmost.
Booking with confidence
If this is your first time looking to book with us you will need to book in a free consultation telephone call, a consultation call consist of a non evasive phone call and is a good opportunity to get to know you and your circumstances and help you identify the issues that you would like support with and explain a bit more about the service we offer, if this is something you wish to go ahead with we can also book in sessions from there.
Did you know you can book online 24 hours a day by clicking below . Or look on our contact page for more ways you can connect with us.