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Counselling

A professional therapist is someone who will listen to what you are feeling and they are not there to judge.

They are there to listen to you talk So you are self-identifying Your own problems that always seem to surface.

... And From there the healing can begin.

Counseling treatment for emotional or mental issues should not be taken lightly.

If you realize you have a problem and need healing, you first will need to know what is bothering you.

Besides, you can’t just go to Plan B without completing Plan A.

With self-healing it doesn’t work that way.

You need to get to the base of your problem first.

A professional therapist is someone who will listen to what you are feeling and they are not there to judge.

They are there to listen to you talk and by doing this, you are self-identifying problems that always seem to surface.

What if you are in a deep pit in life where you simply cannot seek
guidance from your inner self?

There are many people who go through severe life changing events and just cannot pick themselves up right away.

In this case, you will be on a faster track to inner healing if you work one on one with another person.

Communication is the key

Tell someone how you are feeling or what it is you want in life.

We recommend going to a therapist or counsellor for help.

Therapists, psychiatrists or counsellors aren’t for
crazy people or those with mental issues.

They are here so you can identify what you are feeling and get to the bottom of the problem in your life.

Once you are able to put the pieces together, you can start to self-heal yourself.

Be sure to keep the communication with your therapist until you are fully comfortable with the idea of inner healing.

Another way to begin self-healing is to keep a log of everything you are going through.

Write down your habits and what you do each day.

More importantly, let your journal know how you are feeling.

If certain memories come up and you experience anger or happiness, write this down to.

Be as detailed as possible, keeping a rating of your mental and
physical discomfort.

You can rate it from one to ten.

You may begin to see a pattern in your log.

Once you do, you are on the right track.

A log is meant to find out what habits can be bad for you, how certain people can affect you, and pinpointing what activities make you the most happy.

Ever heard of anything called progressive music relaxation?

This is where you listen to spiritual songs that will relax the body.

Start out by listening to sounds from the rainforests, chirping bird music, or peaceful ocean waves in the background.

You can find some of these types of music on YouTube and if you want to get your own CD, there are many available online.


As part of our Social Media Service we shall be creating and providing these also ourselves. 
We will, of course, let you know when they are available.
 


For now though YouTube has plenty for you to choose from.

Just look for nature tracks.

These are some of the most basic techniques if you are not ready for meditation or other extreme ways to heal yourself.

If you local to us, you should definitely come along to one of our Mediation Evenings at our Burton Latimer Therapy & Treatment Centre.

Once everything goes back to ‘normal’ of course.

These are good ways to help yourself along the way but of course we recommend always talking to someone if needed.

Start with the basics and you will finally be able to move forward in life, conquering more tasks as you go along.

Rainy Campbell is our amazing in-house counsellor who has help so many people come through their difficulties. Her full name is Irena but as she says in her own bio…many of her clients like to call her Rainy.

See Rainy’s page by clicking this link

No matter where you are in the world during this lockdown Rainy can help you via her Skype service.

See her page and give her a call. 

She can and will help you if you reach out…

Our Fully Trained & Qualified Counsellor

Training qualifications and experience

·       Therapeutic counselling level 2 NCFE

·       Therapeutic counselling studies level 3 CPCAB

·       Advanced therapeutic counselling diploma level 4 CPCAB

·       Cruse bereavement counsellor

·       Equality and inclusion in health, social care or children’s settings. NCC

·       Management of drug misuse/harm reduction RCGP

·       Respect – Groups for men using intimate partner violence

·       Suicide prevention  RCGP

·       The Freedom programme

·       Child development / neglect Barnardo’s

·       Collaborative working –A whole family approach NCC

·       The effects of parental substance misuse NCC

·       Awareness of forced marriages NCC

·       Parental mental health NCC

·       Safeguarding children NCC

·       Self-harm and suicidal thoughts

·       Safeguarding everyone NCC

Book A FREE 15 Minute Consultation With Rainy Now

Call

07496 616238

between 8am - 8pm
7 days a week

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Counselling

A professional therapist is someone who will listen to what you are feeling and they are not there to judge.

They are there to listen to you talk So you are self-identifying Your own problems that always seem to surface.

... And From there the healing can begin.

Counseling treatment for emotional or mental issues should not be taken lightly.

If you realize you have a problem and need healing, you first will need to know what is bothering you.

Besides, you can’t just go to Plan B without completing Plan A.

With self-healing it doesn’t work that way.

You need to get to the base of your problem first.

A professional therapist is someone who will listen to what you are feeling and they are not there to judge.

They are there to listen to you talk and by doing this, you are self-identifying problems that always seem to surface.

What if you are in a deep pit in life where you simply cannot seek
guidance from your inner self?

There are many people who go through severe life changing events and just cannot pick themselves up right away.

In this case, you will be on a faster track to inner healing if you work one on one with another person.

Communication is the key

Tell someone how you are feeling or what it is you want in life.

We recommend going to a therapist or counsellor for help.

Therapists, psychiatrists or counsellors aren’t for
crazy people or those with mental issues.

They are here so you can identify what you are feeling and get to the bottom of the problem in your life.

Once you are able to put the pieces together, you can start to self-heal yourself.

Be sure to keep the communication with your therapist until you are fully comfortable with the idea of inner healing.

Another way to begin self-healing is to keep a log of everything you are going through.

Write down your habits and what you do each day.

More importantly, let your journal know how you are feeling.

If certain memories come up and you experience anger or happiness, write this down to.

Be as detailed as possible, keeping a rating of your mental and
physical discomfort.

You can rate it from one to ten.

You may begin to see a pattern in your log.

Once you do, you are on the right track.

A log is meant to find out what habits can be bad for you, how certain people can affect you, and pinpointing what activities make you the most happy.

Ever heard of anything called progressive music relaxation?

This is where you listen to spiritual songs that will relax the body.

Start out by listening to sounds from the rainforests, chirping bird music, or peaceful ocean waves in the background.

You can find some of these types of music on YouTube and if you want to get your own CD, there are many available online.

 
As part of our Social Media Service we shall be creating and providing these also ourselves. 
We will, of course, let you know when they are available.
 

 

For now though YouTube has plenty for you to choose from.

Just look for nature tracks.

These are some of the most basic techniques if you are not ready for meditation or other extreme ways to heal yourself.

If you local to us, you should definitely come along to one of our Mediation Evenings at our Burton Latimer Therapy & Treatment Centre.

Once everything goes back to ‘normal’ of course.

These are good ways to help yourself along the way but of course we recommend always talking to someone if needed.

Start with the basics and you will finally be able to move forward in life, conquering more tasks as you go along.

Rainy Campbell is our amazing in-house counsellor who has help so many people come through their difficulties. Her full name is Irena but as she says in her own bio…many of her clients like to call her Rainy.

See Rainy’s page by clicking this link

No matter where you are in the world during this lockdown Rainy can help you via her Skype service.

See her page and give her a call. 

She can and will help you if you reach out…

Our Fully Trained & Qualified Counsellor

Book A FREE 15 Minute Consultation With Rainy Now

Call

07496 616238

between 8am - 8pm
7 days a week

Training qualifications and experience

·       Therapeutic counselling level 2 NCFE

·       Therapeutic counselling studies level 3 CPCAB

·       Advanced therapeutic counselling diploma level 4 CPCAB

·       Cruse bereavement counsellor

·       Equality and inclusion in health, social care or children’s settings. NCC

·       Management of drug misuse/harm reduction RCGP

·       Respect – Groups for men using intimate partner violence

·       Suicide prevention  RCGP

·       The Freedom programme

·       Child development / neglect Barnardo’s

·       Collaborative working –A whole family approach NCC

·       The effects of parental substance misuse NCC

·       Awareness of forced marriages NCC

·       Parental mental health NCC

·       Safeguarding children NCC

·       Self-harm and suicidal thoughts

·       Safeguarding everyone NCC

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Counselling

A professional therapist is someone who will listen to what you are feeling and they are not there to judge.

They are there to listen to you talk So you are self-identifying Your Own problems that always seem to surface.

... And From there the healing can begin.

Counseling treatment for emotional or mental issues should not be taken lightly.

If you realize you have a problem and need healing, you first will need to know what is bothering you.

Besides, you can’t just go to Plan B without completing Plan A.

With self-healing it doesn’t work that way.

You need to get to the base of your problem first.

A professional therapist is someone who will listen to what you are feeling and they are not there to judge.

They are there to listen to you talk and by doing this, you are self-identifying problems that always seem to surface.

What if you are in a deep pit in life where you simply cannot seek
guidance from your inner self?

There are many people who go through severe life changing events and just cannot pick themselves up right away.

In this case, you will be on a faster track to inner healing if you work one on one with another person.

Communication is the key

Tell someone how you are feeling or what it is you want in life.

We recommend going to a therapist or counsellor for help.

Therapists, psychiatrists or counsellors aren’t for
crazy people or those with mental issues.

They are here so you can identify what you are feeling and get to the bottom of the problem in your life.

Once you are able to put the pieces together, you can start to self-heal yourself.

Be sure to keep the communication with your therapist until you are fully comfortable with the idea of inner healing.

Another way to begin self-healing is to keep a log of everything you are going through.

Write down your habits and what you do each day.

More importantly, let your journal know how you are feeling.

If certain memories come up and you experience anger or happiness, write this down to.

Be as detailed as possible, keeping a rating of your mental and
physical discomfort.

You can rate it from one to ten.

You may begin to see a pattern in your log.

Once you do, you are on the right track.

A log is meant to find out what habits can be bad for you, how certain people can affect you, and pinpointing what activities make you the most happy.

Ever heard of anything called progressive music relaxation?

This is where you listen to spiritual songs that will relax the body.

Start out by listening to sounds from the rainforests, chirping bird music, or peaceful ocean waves in the background.

You can find some of these types of music on YouTube and if you want to get your own CD, there are many available online.


As part of our Social Media Service we shall be creating and providing these also ourselves. 
We will, of course, let you know when they are available.
 


For now though YouTube has plenty for you to choose from.

Just look for nature tracks.

These are some of the most basic techniques if you are not ready for meditation or other extreme ways to heal yourself.

If you local to us, you should definitely come along to one of our Mediation Evenings at our Burton Latimer Therapy & Treatment Centre.

Once everything goes back to ‘normal’ of course.

These are good ways to help yourself along the way but of course we recommend always talking to someone if needed.

Start with the basics and you will finally be able to move forward in life, conquering more tasks as you go along.

Rainy Campbell is our amazing in-house counsellor who has help so many people come through their difficulties. Her full name is Irena but as she says in her own bio…many of her clients like to call her Rainy.

See Rainy’s page by clicking this link

No matter where you are in the world during this lockdown Rainy can help you via her Skype service.

See her page and give her a call. 

She can and will help you if you reach out…

Our Fully Trained & Qualified Counsellor

Training qualifications and experience

·       Therapeutic counselling level 2 NCFE

·       Therapeutic counselling studies level 3 CPCAB

·       Advanced therapeutic counselling diploma level 4 CPCAB

·       Cruse bereavement counsellor

·       Equality and inclusion in health, social care or children’s settings. NCC

·       Management of drug misuse/harm reduction RCGP

·       Respect – Groups for men using intimate partner violence

·       Suicide prevention  RCGP

·       The Freedom programme

·       Child development / neglect Barnardo’s

·       Collaborative working –A whole family approach NCC

·       The effects of parental substance misuse NCC

·       Awareness of forced marriages NCC

·       Parental mental health NCC

·       Safeguarding children NCC

·       Self-harm and suicidal thoughts

·       Safeguarding everyone NCC

Book A FREE 15 Minute Consultation With Rainy Now

Call

07496 616238

between 8am - 8pm
7 days a week

Mobile

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