Tired of pretending you feel fine?

Maybe you’ve been wearing a smile and continuing to get by,  but like many people, you may have noticed some of the following and feel there is something wrong:

  • Beating yourself up but feeling powerless to change
  • Hanging onto a bad relationship or allowing relationships you care about to suffer
  • Feeling unusually emotional or numb
  • Not enjoying the things that normally bring you pleasure
  • Struggling to motivate yourself or feeling exhausted
  • Avoiding socialising and isolating yourself
  • Feeling scared of your feelings and what they might mean

If you can relate to any of this, I can help you to understand what is happening for you in a safe, confidential place without fear of judgement. I will support you in learning to deal with and understand difficult feelings or life events and freeing yourself from the painful problems they bring.

Counselling can help you gain peace of mind, become less fearful and take control of your life once more. Instead of feeling at the mercy of your feelings, imagine being able to:

  • Feel positive, calm and more secure.
  • Be more at ease and comfortable with yourself without having to put on an act.
  • Communicate openly and honestly in relationships.
  • Develop a greater sense of control over your life and take action.
  • Restore your sense of purpose, feeling more in tune with your instincts and passions.
  • Be more resilient, flexible, and spontaneous in your response to life events.
  • Discover a sense of peace and joy in your life, relationships and family.

You deserve to find some peace of mind, feel more content and fulfilled and I am committed to helping you get there.  Contact me to arrange a no obligations appointment. If you have any questions you may also find my FAQ page helpful.


Phil volunteered for St Vincent’s throughout his training and has continued to be a valued member of the volunteer team ever since. The feedback received from clients has been universally positive. Phil is a warm, positive and kind person and I would have no hesitation in recommending him to you as a Counsellor.

– Shaista, St Vincent’s Support Centre



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