Working with Adults

The term ‘mental health’ can sound worrying to some people, but more and more often the expression is in the news. Mental health affects everybody, either directly or because we know someone affected by it.

Sometimes life is good and we are well. However, sometimes life’s events, whether past or present, have a way of knocking us off track. Even if we have friends and family, there can be times when we need to talk to a person who is not connected to us. Someone who does not mind if you repeat yourself or sound unreasonable. Someone who won’t be shocked or whose feelings won’t be hurt.


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About Sarah

Sarah is Registered with the British Association for Counselling & PsychotherapyI work in a person centred, or humanistic, style of counselling which means that I believe every person has the potential to unlock their own resources and find inner strength. We just sometimes need help finding the right key. I am passionate about my work and fully committed to providing a safe space for people to explore their personal issues and worries.

I am a member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy). Being a member of the BACP regulates my work, ensuring I work ethically and you get the best possible service.

Registered Member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy

Accredited Registrant of the National Counselling Society
Accredited Voluntary Register

The Foundation for Infant Loss Training - Accredited Professional


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