Paul Roebuck
Paul Roebuck
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Counselling

What is Emotional Therapeutic Counselling?

What is Emotional Therapeutic Counselling?

A blend of modern and traditional counselling and talking therapy for adults, children, couples and families.

Face to Face (including home visits), Telephone, Video, Email or Secure Chat

Fully accredited, confidential, discrete, effective, successful, proven, safe.

Making sense of it all

Making sense of it all

Giving you the time and emotional support to explore, unravel, pinpoint, understand and express your thoughts and feelings.

In a compassionate, supportive and comfortable non-judgemental environment.

Why do people choose counselling?

Why do people choose counselling?

For some it’s a specific event such as change in relationship, job or circumstance. For others just the need to talk to someone.

For couples or families it’s often trust, conflict or unresolved differences which bring them.

How can counselling help?

How can counselling help?

General or specific anxiety, home or work-related stress, sadness, anger, depression, relationship and marital problems.

Imposter syndrome, self-esteem, harmful and obsessive compulsive behaviours & OCD, negative and unhealthy coping strategies (including self-harm).

Bullying, family conflict, narcissism, fear, phobias, mild or severe addictions and panic attacks.

What to expect?

What to expect?

Most people naturally feel anxious about sitting down to talk with someone.

Almost without exception they leave with a warm smile and great sense of relief and invariably say “I wish I had done this earlier”

Yes, people do express emotions, but it’s not all tears and tissues, there is plenty of laughter too. The objective is to sooth the pain, not create it!

Specialist services

Specialist services

Highly experienced working with acute emotional trauma.

Sensitively helping those adjusting from mental, emotional, physical and sexual abuse in the near or distant past.

I work extensively with those impacted by end of life (terminal illness, bereavement, grief and loss).

Unique support those with identity damage. (DNA, birth certificate, adoption records and family story not adding up).

Enhanced DBS (formerly CRB) for work with children and vulnerable adults and registered with the NHS.

Does talking therapy work?

Does talking therapy work?

Yes it does. Absolutely. The clinical, medical and scientific community widely endorse talking therapy.

Here is some of the specific feedback I’ve received.

Book, pricing, or get in touch

Book, pricing, or get in touch

Video: Talking Therapy - a lighthearted insight

Person centred psychodynamic psychotherapy is flexible and adapted specifically to you and your needs it won’t feel like an interrogation, and you won’t sit in long uncomfortable silences either.

It’s sensitive, careful, compassionate and understanding.