Counselling and psychotherapy can be a way to work through some of the challenging feelings you may now be facing. If you or someone you know is suffering from stress, worry, anxiety or a low-mood that seems to be on-going and without relief, seeking some emotional support from a FaceTime, WhatsApp or Skype therapist may help.
You don't have to face life's stressors alone when there is support available. Together we can explore your concerns and work towards finding personal solutions that work for you as you face the challenges you are now confronting.
I am an experienced on-line counsellor working via Skype, FaceTime, WhatsApp and Zoom
A WhatsApp, FaceTime or Skype therapist can help you work through a number of challenging difficulties.
I offer flexible hours, 7x days a week, wherever you may live or work, worldwide. To make an appointment you can contact me via e-mail at [email protected] or WhatsApp TEXT on 07793 756074.
Other concerns I regularly work with as an ON-LINE FaceTime, WhatsApp or Skype therapist are:
Anger management - working with this basic, and often uncomfortable emotion to find ways to reduce reactivity and to increase self-control when under stress
Attachment issues - Exploring your history of early-life relationships and how they might be impacting your life and relationships now.
Eating Disorders - I am an experienced counsellor working with anorexia, bulimia and binge eating, working with you to understand the root causes of this behavioural condition whilst working on changing unhelpful habits and thought processes.
OCD - Obsessive compulsive disorder can be a debilitating condition that reduces the quality of your life experience. In our ON-LINE therapy we can look at ways to better manage the urgent thoughts and feelings that may be intruding in your daily activities.
Relationship difficulties - Whether these pertain to your primary romantic relationship or to other significant relationships in your life, we can look at interpersonal skills that can improve the quality of your relationships over time.
Self-harm - Cutting and other forms of self-harm, including 'suicidal ideation', are often the result of stress and anxiety. We can look at other ways to self-regulate difficult emotions.
Work-related stress - So many of our stressors operate around the workplace. Even now, as many people find themselves working at home, new stressors are likely to have replaced the old!
Skype, FaceTime, WhatsApp and Zoom ON-LINE counselling sessions can help to support you during difficult and stressful times.
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