Counselling

Counselling in Sheringham offers sessions for couples and individuals who are experiencing stress, anxiety and depression. Contact us to disuss how we can help.

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APPOINTMENTS

A first session is a consultation appointment and this is an opportunity for you to talk about the issue you would like help with and discuss what type of therapy can best be offered to help. Subsequently 50 minute sessions are arranged weekly or fortnightly at a mutually agreed time and place. A daytime or evening appointment will be offered within 4 weeks of the consultation appointment subject to availability

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One to One Sessions

Issues worked with include:

Anxiety
Stress
Depression
Illness
Relationship conflict at home or at work

Bereavement/loss
Dependency Issues
CPD for Professionals


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A range of techniques may be used:

Behavioural Therapy

Cognitive Analytic Therapy

Integrative Counselling

Psychodynamic Psychotherapy

Solution-focused Brief Therapy

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Couples

Couple counselling which is also referred to as relationship or marriage counselling.
This approach is useful when communication has broken down between partners and there is the feeling of not being valued, cared for, heard or listened to.


There are many reasons for relationship breakdown, the feeling of being stuck, trapped, hopelessness, helplessness,  depression, bereavement, work stresses, disagreements on parenting styles or others.


A consultation appointment is offered initially. During this session of 60 mins each person has the opportunity to present their point of view and from this the therapist will facilitate to find common goals and a way forward. Brief therapy of six sessions is recommended for couples work.

Couples Counselling

Couple counselling is brief and solution focused.

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Groups

Group counselling can offer a unique environment in which to learn about and experience both self and others. We all live in groups for much of our lives in the form of family dynamics which are re-enacted in relationships at school, in higher education, at work and in social situations. Working together with others in a group can provide valuable insights into characteristic patterns of thinking and relating that have become unhelpful to us and that we want to change.

Groups work well with people who have experienced:

Bereavement/loss
Separation/Divorce
Eating issues
Anxiety
Depression
Stress
Dependency Issues
Difficulties in the workplace

Therapeutic group space is also an invaluable resource for Continuing Professional Development for therapists and a range of professions. If you would like to be added to a waiting list for this kind of group please contact us via the enquiry form on our website.

 

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Employee Counselling

Department of Health and Safety “All companies should have access to a counselling service to combat absence in the workplace”


Employee Assistance Programmes for Organisations


Initially a free consultation appointment can be arranged which will take place in your working environment. This will enable us to assess your staff counselling requirements so that we can provide a service that is tailored to your needs.


• Tailored solutions to your business needs • Flexibility to pay for only what you need • Preventative solutions • Management advice • Crisis Intervention • Stress management. • Help to return to work • Sickness and absence support• Conflict at work • Face-to-face counselling for individual employees on a referral basis.

 

Clinical Supervision

Supervision for Practitioners and Trainees.
Supervision is for counsellors, trainee counsellors, psychotherapists, supervisors of counsellors and clinical psychologists.
Supervision takes place either fortnightly or monthly in groups or individually.
The purpose of supervision is to assist the practitioner to learn from his or her own experience and progress in expertise, as well as to ensure good service to the client.
Telephone supervision is available by arrangement.
Our counselling practitioners adhere to the Ethical framework for Good Practice, and are registered with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.

Our Counselling Team

Our counselling practitioners adhere to the Ethical framework for Good Practice, and are registered with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.

Deborah is a counsellor and clinical supervisor of groups, couples and individuals, she is a senior accredited registered practitioner with B.A.C.P..

- Deborah Hamilton-Grey MBACP (Senior Accredited)