Ray of Light Relationship Counselling
In light of the COVID -19 global pandemic, as a relationship specialist: understanding how we relate to others and NOW more than ever to our own anxieties, fears, desires, loss, changing circumstances, strengths, skills and exhaustion, I am adapting my counselling to video/telephone therapy (moving back to in person counselling when/if suitable). This I hope will help people in a time of isolation and change,(some positive and some negative). We can use Zoom, Skype, FaceTime, WhatsApp video or phone/mobile and work through the rest together – don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Everyone is in a relationship. The way we relate to others and our-self is at the heart of how we live, the choices we make and why we make them. Our relationships can define our moods, our feelings, our emotions, our behaviour and our identity. Relationships are like rays of light in our lives. But when our relationships break down, become conflictual and cease to give us joy, we see darkness where there used to be light. A yearning for the rays of light to return, be repaired or be re-discovered takes over our mind and body.
As a specialist relationship counsellor, I support individuals, couples and families during these darker times. My private practice provides an all embracing, non-judgmental, safe and confidential space for you to begin exploring your issues. My expertise has been featured on BBC Radio 4 Woman’s Hour -https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p06hfxg9