Person-Centred Counselling in Warrington, Cheshire with BACP accreditation: for anxiety, bereavement, trauma, relationship issues, abuse. Located off Junction 10 of the M56, and easily accessible from Chester, Altrincham, Knutsford, Northwich and Tarporley.

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Methods for dealing with anxiety

Methods for dealing with anxiety If you are dealing with anxiety remember that you are not the only one, there are 8.2 million cases of anxiety in the UK alone. There are millions of people like you who struggle with daily tasks that may seem simple to others. People who may be afraid to even…

Overcoming sexual abuse with therapy #metoo

Overcoming sexual abuse with therapy

Overcoming sexual abuse with therapy   In England, one in five women over the age of sixteen has experienced sexual assault and in the UK alone, 12,000 men are raped every year. The trauma resulting from sexual assault can follow a person around from the day it happens for many years after. However, an event…

Employee suffered from career related stress

Coping with career related stress

Coping with career related stress In the past year, over 12.5 million people have taken days off work due to work related stress, depression and anxiety. Like many mental health issues, it’s a common problem that is barely spoken about within society. Whether its caused by having a large workload, lack of support, or issues…

Husband and wife after couple therapy with Liddy Carver

Does Couples Therapy Work?

When your relationship is on the rocks it can be hard to see a positive solution. It can affect your whole life and before you know it you can find yourself struggling to do the things you need to do – like go to work, get out of bed and even shower. Regardless of what…

Woman looking stressed with work before counselling

Why Stress Management is Essential

Why Stress Management is Essential Whether you are struggling with a large workload, finding your studies too much or fighting to keep your relationship alive, having stress management techniques in your life is helpful in keeping you happy and healthy. Stress may not feel like a big deal and you probably think you just need…

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What makes a good ending in therapy?

What makes A Good Ending in Therapy? Relationships are hard work and when they end people can feel devastated. A secure therapeutic ‘alliance’ often helps clients find a more constructive way to say “goodbye”. But to do this, counsellors must focus on the end of therapy as a phase rather than a single event, as…