Is a relationship making you unhappy and full of self doubt  –  or has it ended and you don’t know how to move forward?

Are you the victim of a sexual assault or voyeurism which has  left you struggling to cope?

Do you identify as asexual and need a safe space to talk and be heard?

 

 

As a counsellor I work with people who are questioning a current relationships or moving on from one that has broken down.   I also have an extensive background with the survivors of sexual and voyeuristic assault.  I also offer a friendly space for these under the asexual umbrella to engage in counselling.

Relationships – we can struggle in all kinds of relationships. These with partners, friends, colleagues, family and parents.  A breakup or loss of a relationship can cause stress and upset and sometimes it can be hard to try to unravel the problems on your own.  So being able to talk and make sense of your feelings and emotions can help gain clarity and understanding.

Sexual assault – a  survivor of a sexual assault (new or historic) can find it very difficult to work through the emotions and feelings that they may have kept hidden away.  I am experienced in giving all clients (male and female) the space they need to address the these feelings and emotions – enabling them to can back some control in life.

Victims of voyeurism – a often misunderstood sexual assault and crime which can have devastating effects on victims.  I have worked successfully with clients who’s lives have been emotionally and physically violated by voyeurism and the voyeur.

Asexuality – I am a ace-friendly therapist who has experience working with clients identified under the asexual umbrella.   Do you want  a space where you can talk and be listened to in a respectful and non-judgemental way around any issues you may have in life?  I work with the person not the label.

 

We know that life, work and relationships are not always easy and if we are honest we all struggle at times.  Past events and trauma can play very heavy on our well being and mental/physical health.

Some times we need time,  compassion and understanding to get through the rough times – and do you know what – it’s OK.  

It can be difficult to know where to turn when talking to your family and friends is not enough or maybe it is not even an option, so that is where counselling comes in. 

By listening to you without judgement,  so that you are really being heard and understood is the start of your journey.  This will  help you work through the painful feelings you are struggling with enabling you to take back control of your life and move on.

 

Areas of expertise

  • Relationships
  • Sexual abuse
  • Victims of Voyeurism
  • Sexuality and confusion
  • Bereavement
  • Self worth and belief
  • Abuse
  • Family Dynamics
  • Asexuality

"Angie has helped in giving me more self-confidence and a fresh outlook on life"

Chris

"I wasn’t sure if I would blend well with counselling; but she soon put me at ease ...I have come away back to my smiley self, facing life in such a positive way "

Deb

"I found confidence in myself and have a much more positive attitude to challenges I meet, more inner peace than I believe I have ever known"

WJW

"Angela treated me with kindness, professionalism, and respect. I would recommend her without reservation to anyone seeking an experienced and helpful counsellor"

Rachel

"Angela treated me with kindness, professionalism, and respect. I would recommend her without reservation to anyone seeking an experienced and helpful counsellor"

Rachel

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