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Adult Online Counselling

Understanding Counselling

Counselling, often referred to as talk therapy, offers essential support for individuals facing personal challenges or crises. It provides a confidential and trustworthy environment for individuals to discuss their problems and emotions.


Counsellors are trained to empathetically listen and assist you in coping with life stressors, negative thoughts, and overwhelming feelings, helping you navigate your personal challenges.


Various forms of therapy are available, including psychotherapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and relationship therapy, which can involve family members, couples, or colleagues.

Conditions Addressed by Counselling

Counselling, or talk therapy, can be beneficial for a wide range of health conditions, such as:


  • Depression

  • Anxiety

  • Chronic pain

  • Fertility-related concerns

  • Relationship issues

  • Panic attacks

  • Anger management

  • Traumatic experiences

  • Low self-esteem

  • Bereavement and grief

  • Chronic illness

  • Others

What to Expect in Counselling

Counselling aims to help individuals confront and overcome issues causing discomfort or distress. It offers a safe and consistent space to explore challenging emotions. Counsellors provide support and respect your perspectives, primarily offering guidance rather than direct advice. The goal is to help you gain insights and understanding of your problems.


During counselling sessions, you'll have the opportunity to openly express your emotions and feelings. Through discussions with the counsellor, you can gain a better grasp of your emotions and thought processes while identifying solutions to your problems.


Counsellors may encourage you to take personal responsibility for identified issues and explore alternative coping strategies. Sharing your worries and fears with a supportive, understanding professional can be a significant relief and help you work toward positive solutions.

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