Counselling – How does it help? Is it for me?

Jane Gotto – UKCP Registered Psychotherapist

Jane Gotto – UKCP Registered Psychotherapist

The Terrace is holding an Open Evening on Monday 16th September at 6pm

Counselling and psychotherapy are recognised and established tools in supporting people through the ‘tough times’ and to grow better relationships, both at home and at work.

Why would I come? People come because they want to feel better. Individuals, teenagers, couples and families have many reasons; they may just feel not ‘right’ but cannot pinpoint the reason or have a difficult conflicted relationship or family issue, or may recognise an unhelpful repeating pattern. Jane Gotto is offering a free talk on Managing Anger in Relationships at 6.30.

How does it work ? An experienced qualified counsellor talks with you about what you would like and together you discuss how to achieve this. Most people feel relieved after their first session, saying “It went so quickly, I can’t believe I have spoken for 50 minutes”, “I feel lighter”. Counsellors help people resolve issues and feel better about themselves.

Join us Monday 16th September at 6pm to ask questions and meet the therapists. You can pre-book a session with one of the counsellors  at the reduced cost of £25, which goes to our nominated charity for 2013 – the wonderful NSPCC. The sessions are ideal for individuals, teenagers, couples and families.

Ring for more information or to book a place on 01823 33896. Alternatively you can email post@the-terrace.co.uk.

We look forward to seeing you there!

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