In work with a wide variety of issues including anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, low self-confidence, bereavement, stopping overthinking, addiction.
I will encourage you to consider your feelings and take responsibility for your thoughts, actions, choices. The emphasis will be on your self-development and achieving your potential.
Ordinarily, I will not give you advice, or tell you what I think you should do. Instead, I will offer you a non-judgmental space to share what is on your mind, so you can find meaning and come to your solutions.
Might you be highly sensitive?
Dr. Elaine N. Aron, Ph.D. is credited with first using the term “highly sensitive” when starting her research in 1991, though Carl Jung, as far back as 1913, observed “particularly sensitive people” and their strengths and weaknesses. Dr. Aron and went on to publish her book “The Highly Sensitive Person” in 1997 and was instrumental in formulating the initial knowledge we have about High Sensitivity, which she and others have subsequently developed further.
In immediate distress
or feeling suicidal?
Contact your GP, local A&E, or the Samaritans on tel: 116123
You can still call even if you don’t have credit on your mobile, and the number won’t show up on bills.
Email: [email protected]
Visit the Samaritans for details of how to get face-to-face help
USA USA National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
Australia Crisis Support Service Lifeline is: 13 11 14
International – Befrienders Worldwide