COUNSELLING

Denise Wallis - Integrative Counsellor


Dip. Body Language, Dip. Therapeutic Counselling,
Adv. Dip.Psychotheraputic Counselling. Foundation Degree (open)
Certificate in Online And Telephone Counselling

MBACP

I am a registered Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and certified in online and telephone Counselling. I have been working as a counsellor for 12 years and can work with many issues such as Anxiety, Depression, Stress at work, Co- Dependency, Bereavement, Abuse, OCD and Phobias, and Relationship Difficulties.


As well as ‘in person’ face to face counselling I also provide the following services online:

 

  • Online Face to Face counselling via Zoom

  • Online Zoom Audio Call counselling

  • Hand Phone Counselling

  • Online Text Base (chat room) counselling

  • Email Counselling
     

Please email for more information on these services: 

denise.wallis@virginmedia.com

Alternatively call 07706 113 555 for more details or to book an appointment.
 
Fees
(50min hour)

 

Individual Counselling

Concessions

(Students, OAP's, On Benefits)

Armed Forces Personnel

£40

 

£30

£20

What is counselling?


Counselling is a time set by you and the counsellor to look at what has brought you to therapy. This might include events in your past, present, or even in the future. The Counsellor helps you unpack the feelings and emotions in order to help you find a solution to these problems, or to help you discover a way of coping with them. Counsellors should not tell you what to do or what choices to make.

The most important part of the counselling is the relationship between you and the counsellor. While it is natural to feel nervous at the beginning of your first appointment, you should feel able to trust the counsellor and feel safe within the counselling room. You need to be able to feel comfortable to explore feelings, thoughts and behaviours at a deep level if needed and to feel safe enough to talk about whatever you need to.

People go to therapy for many reasons such as relationships problems, stress at work, grief and loss, or simply to figure out who they are, and learn to live life to the fullest. Some people may be experiencing a crisis in their lives or may want to explore how they relate to the world around them and discover more about themselves.