Counselling
for Mums

Counselling

Whatever stage of motherhood you’re at, there are certainly challenges. We can work together to explore the highs and lows of life, and ultimately find ways to help you feel more fulfilled.

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Counselling for Mums Online or face to face

Counselling for
SEN Parents

Counselling

Having a child with additional needs can be physically and mentally exhausting. Having time for your story to be heard and your emotions to be processed is essential for your wellbeing.

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Counselling for SEN parents

Counselling
for Carers

Counselling

Do you help or support a parent, partner, child, or friend with an ongoing disability or illness? Caring for others can be all-consuming, and I would love to support YOU.

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Counselling for Carers Online or face to face

Anxiety and Depression

Counselling

It is common to feel isolated and alone when suffering with anxiety or depression. Counselling can help you to find ways to get back in control and feel more fulfilled.

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Counselling for Carers Online or face to face

Who I work with

Counselling

I am passionate about working with Mums, parents who have children with additional needs and people who care for someone else. Also, I have a particular interest in Counselling people who are going through the Transplant process.

Caring for others, either as a parent or in an unexpected Caring role, is often something that is undervalued in society. It can form a massive, sometimes overwhelming, part of your life.

It is surprising how often I meet clients who have not actually realised that they are a Carer because they are ‘just’ looking after their family. But if you’re providing support for someone who couldn’t manage on their own, then you are. This additional role on top of life as it was before, is often life-changing, and it deserves some processing time.

Who I work with - Counselling for Mums and Carers Devon
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Important note

Counselling

It’s important to understand that I do not offer a ‘blue light’ emergency service, and am only contactable within limited office hours. Session times are booked and planned in advance. Therefore, if you are at a stage in your life where you think you need more urgent and frequent help, you might require a different type of support right now.

If you are experiencing severe depressive symptoms and/or suicidal thoughts, please discuss this with your doctor immediately. The kind of Counselling I offer is not suitable for supporting anyone in crisis or with severe Postnatal Depression or any psychotic illness.

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Useful resources

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Mental Health Support Listings A list of many different mental health Support Services

Local Services To find other local services that might help you take a look at www.helplines.org or www.hubofhope.co.uk

Emergency Contacts

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Samaritans To talk about anything that is upsetting you, you can contact Samaritans 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. You can call 116 123 (free from any phone), email [email protected]

Urgent NHS Contacts – Find local urgent NHS support

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