Treatments

Counselling

humanistic counselling

A non-judgemental, supportive and understanding service, in a safe and confidential environment.

What is Humanistic Counselling?

Are you experiencing problems with depression, anxiety, eating disorders, bereavement, relationships, self-confidence, low self-esteem, anger or personal identity? Humanistic Counselling could help. A humanistic approach to counselling can help to better understand your thoughts and feelings and how they interact and influence your relationships with others and the world around you.

The humanistic approach to counselling will provide you with a deeper understanding of who you are and what you are feeling, creating the opportunity to explore personal choices. It encourages self-awareness and self-realisation.

A humanistic approach provides a distinct method of counselling and focuses predominately on an individual’s unique, personal potential to explore creativity, growth, love and psychological understanding.

Counsellors specialising in providing clients with humanistic counselling are skilled in offering a non-judgmental, supportive and understanding service, in a safe and confidential environment.

Our approach

Our counsellor, Amy Fairchild offers a completely confidential, non-judgmental and calm space for you to explore your personal history and current concerns. By building a healthy, open and honest therapeutic relationship between herself and her client, Amy aims to help alleviate distress and build confidence and self-awareness, enabling her client to live a more fulfilling life.

Amy works with people of all ages and backgrounds and understands that taking the first step towards a talking therapy like counselling can be difficult for many. She wishes to reassure everyone that they will be offered a safe and understanding welcome, where their well-being will always be the priority.


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  • BUPA
  • HCPC
  • Cigna