Professional counselling in Weston-super-Mare
Are you struggling with difficult emotions? Feeling low and lacking in motivation? Stuck in patterns of thinking, behaving and relating that you feel powerless to change?
We are experienced BACP Registered / Accredited counsellors offering individual counselling, couples counselling and trauma therapies, including EMDR and the Rewind Technique. We are based in Worle, Weston-super-Mare and our services are available to those aged 18 and over.
Whether you have complex and long-standing mental health needs or you feel you could just do with some support to get through a difficult time, it is likely we can help. We offer short-term counselling and longer term psychotherapy, according to your individual needs.
For many of our clients, counselling has proven to be a really valuable and life-changing process. Please browse this website to find out more about how we can help.
Who we are
How can counselling help?
We all experience difficulties in life; it’s just part of being human. Sometimes we can overcome them on our own or with the help and support of friends and family. At other times, we might feel overwhelmed by difficult feelings or stuck in patterns of thinking and behaviour which we feel powerless to change; friends, no matter how supportive, are unable to help, or maybe we fear that our pain will push them away if we keep on talking about it.
At Julia Crane Counselling, we provide you with a confidential, non-judgmental space in which you can come to understand yourself and your feelings more deeply, and in which new perspectives and new possibilities for change can emerge. Your counsellor’s role is not to give advice, but rather to facilitate self-exploration, change and growth. You won’t ever be told what to do or be pressurised into making changes you don’t want to make, but you will be challenged to consider new and more empowering ways of thinking and behaving, which can lead to constructive changes and/or a greater acceptance of how things are.
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