About Dennis McCarthy
You are an individual, people can have the same experiences but the affect and perception is unique to you as a person. Culture and ethnicity are huge factors when they are they make up the rules by which we live, yet they do not identify any of us as individuals.
Love of parent, love of family, love of friends are all supportive but what if you don't feel they can't truly hear you? What if you don't feel safe to disclose? What if you feel they will judge you because they know you?
You have an issue not a problem and it's work that with the tools you can prevail and even heal.
Counselling is an equal working relationship. Book a session and you will know very soon whether this is helpful or not.
Just as there are good doctors and there are bad doctors a certificate does not guarantee capability, but with me, a positive direction will develop.
Those I have helped have had issues with:
Low Self esteem
"I had had enough of being disappointed and in counselling I learned about assertiveness, now I know I am on the right path to being satisfied for the first time in my life."
( Mr J M Ealing London )
"This man does not speak our language and is not of our culture. Yet his input and guidance has soothed my worries, given me peace direction and new hope from within myself."
( Mrs J S Hayes Middx )
"What I had through counselling has saved me because it took into account me as a person and the important family and social network I have to live in."
( Mr R S Staines Middx )
Member of The British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (MBACP)
Advanced Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling CPCAB
Advanced Certificate in Counselling Skills and Theory AQA
Advanced Certificate in Therapeutic Counselling With Children and Young People
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There are always going to be changes in life. Its how you percieve that change that give you issues.
Where you stand as regard to morals, ethics, history of your life experiences, all are naturally applied.
How ever what you have used in the past soon can become unhelpful in the present, s...
| Posted on October 22, 2010