Some stress, anxiety and anger isn't always a bad thing; its how we learn to protect ourselves and stems from our primitive flight or fight instincts. However at times it can be overwhelming, out of control and more destructive than protective. Panic attacks can feel scary and can have a huge physical/emotional affect on our way of being.
Counselling may help to regulate this state of hyperarousal through self-awareness, ways of coping and self-management.
Trauma and PTSD can affect our capacity to process. Coping with loss, separation or isolation can be a very lonely place to be and can have a negative affect on our mental health. It can take on many forms from: conflict, bereavement, pet loss, divorce, financial, separation, changing environments, employment friendships....
Counselling may help to process your experiences, become more self-aware and feel less overwhelmed by finding ways to cope and move forward.
Being a child or young person isn't easy especially when they are trying to 'find there identity and social standing' and parents and carers are often at a loss at what they can do to help.
Having worked in a secondary school for over 11 years and having a specialist qualification in Children and Young People I understand how challenging life can be for children, young people and parenting.
Counselling may help with: anxiety, stress, self harm, gender identity, loss, trauma, social isolation, peer pressure, parental seperation, low self-esteem...
Angie Boden MBACP (Accred) fully qualified Person Centred Counsellor with extensive experience with young people in secondary schools as well as adults experiencing psychological distress. Offering online counselling.
Anjali Leverton MBACP fully qualified Integrative Counsellor with experience with health related anxiety working in NHS settings. Offering face to face when deemed appropriate and safe.
North Fambridge Essex CM3