Holistic Counselling
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What is Holistic Counselling?

Holistic Counselling

" Holistic counsellors treat you as a whole person, not a condition or a problem. 
We work with you to help you rewrite the script in your head that stops you from being the best version of yourself. 
We help you unblock your potential and silence the inner voice that puts you down. 
Holistic counselling gives you tools to cope with anxiety, overwhelm depression, grief and stress. 
It is tailored to what you need as you are  important." 

No matter what issues you are facing in life, Holistic Counselling can help.



What is Meditation?


Meditation is a means of calming the mind and the spirit. 
All it requires is a comfortable space and an open attitude. 
Meditation can reset the mind when it is stressed and allow it to relax.
When the mind is relaxed the body will follow and now the body can heal. 
There are a number of different forms of meditation, it's just a matter of finding the right one for you.


It is important to feel comfortable with your holistic practitioner. 
Book now, for a free chat to see if I am the right practitioner for you.
What is Anxiety?
Anxiety is that fear that stops us from achieving. It is the fear of failure, of not being good enough, of appearing stupid, of making a mistake. It prevents us from sleeping and makes us feel hot and clammy. Our hearts race and our thoughts run in circles.
That feeling of sadness overwhelms you, and you cannot see the light at the end of the tunnel. There is no joy in life as you plod along in the dark. Some depression is deeper than others. Some depression can come and go. Depression needs the light at the end of the tunnel and the knowledge that you will come through it. Depression needs support, understanding and time to heal.
This is what happens when you ignore the messages your body gives you in favour of continuous striving. Burnout can happen at any age and is caused by long-term stress. Filling your life with things you used to do that once made you happy but as you begin to fatigue, they become chores. Burnout will stop you in your tracks and lead to frustration, as you cannot do the things you used to do. Warning signs of fatigue, are repeated injuries and illnesses. If you wake in the morning feeling unrefreshed and unhappy about what you need to do that day, it’s time to make a change.
Grief is one of those emotions that everyone will experience in their life but seems to make other people really uncomfortable. There seems to be unspoken pressure to “get over it”. Yet when a person is grieving they need support. Grief is not limited to the loss of a loved one. It can be a relationship break up, loss of a job or health. A person experiencing grief needs to feel that it is okay to be sad and it is okay to work through it. For those who are supporting someone who is grieving it is okay to not have the answers and to not be able to fix it.
Hands up who isn’t stressed. Anyone? If you are not, well done! If you are, stress can be managed. Long-term stress is a very unhealthy place to be. Long-term stress can affect your heart, your gut, your circulation and muscles. It can lead to heart disease, high blood pressure, obesity, pain and digestive upsets. There are ways you can deal with stress which will head off physical illness.
When you care for or about someone with health problems or addictions then your mental health can be strained. You worry about things you cannot fix because you love them. Sometimes you need a place to go and unburden. Sometimes you need support and tools to cope too. Those of you that have had a loved one attempt suicide or suicide, also need support.Reach out, I am here.