Psychological counselling is an emotionally focused approach based on the talking therapy model. This method concentrates on building resilience and strengthening the client’s personal resources.Together the client and the counselor talk through present and past situations, focusing on understanding and acceptance, solutions and strategies,to enable the client to regain control of their current situation and well-being.The counselor's main role is to listen, guide and support the client through difficult life phases, traumatic experiences and emotional issues, so allowing the client to find their own way in life. There is therefore explicitly no treatment of a mental disorder or illness.

Counselling can help with:

  • self-confidence and self-esteem
  • challenging life phases, such as the teenage years and growing up
  • pregnancy, parenthood, menopause
  • depression, anxiety, panic attacks
  • fears and phobias
  • bereavement and grief
  • identity