Sometimes life throws unexpected circumstances and situations at us that can challenge our usual way of coping. This may be caused by a particular incident such as a major trauma or loss, or it may be accumulated through a long time of battling various challenges that end up piled on top you, until you can barely recognise your former self. When this happens, life can feel difficult and this cumulation can creep up on you, negatively impacting your mental health.
On top of people’s personal challenges, the last few years have been filled with uncertainty and changes beyond our control with the pandemic and other events. You may not necessarily be able to identify what you are feeling, and this is when counselling can be beneficial to work through your personal circumstances, thoughts, feelings, behaviours and range of emotions.
Only when you are able to identify the key issues, you can start to discover better ways of managing your overall wellbeing.
Counselling support may be needed for:
- Stress Management
- Grief & Loss
- Workplace Stress
- Social Anxiety
- Improving Relationships & Conflict
- Career Guidance – school leaver to mid-life change
- Cultural Adjustment
- Decision making
- Anger Management
- Critical and consequential thinking
- Loss of interest or joy
- Time Management
- Digital Mental Health
- Feeling overwhelmed or unable to cope
- Generally feeling out of sorts
- Support with Addiction
- Personal or Professional Development
Every person’s situation is unique and may be impacted by a range of various factors. Reach out to make a start on recapturing your wellbeing. Just as you would with your physical health, look after your mind health.