Counselling Services

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Counselling is patient goal driven. A health professional focuses on your needs and what you consider important. Counselling also focusses on self-improvement and aims towards positive changes that improve one’s happiness and acceptance of themselves. Counselling addresses issues such as:

  • Coping with a crisis
  • Developmental issues
  • Decision making
  • Loneliness
  • Low self esteem
  • Developing personal insights
  • Improving social relationships
  • Grief
  • Habit control problems
  • Procrastination
  • Sexual/gender identity concerns
  • Anxiety, stress or depression
  • Sleeping problems

Counselling aims to increase an individual’s self-worth and esteem. It provides clear goals and direction for improvement. It gives the client greater self-awareness, insight and reflection as well as a path for change. Individuals can undergo counselling in a group or one on one with a professional.

Counselling is for anyone that faces difficulties, mentally, socially or emotionally and that wishes for positive change or is having a hard time coping and would like to seek professional help.


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Children and adolescents

Children and adolescents are under increasing amounts of social, mental and academic pressure with advances in technology and increasing competition. Research shows increased anxiety levels in children aged 4-17. Our organisation offers support to those who are:

  • Facing learning difficulties
  • Experiencing issues with bullying
  • Struggling at school
  • Need help coping mentally

We offer services to help combat these issues through:

  • Resilience training
  • Stress and anxiety relief
  • Assistance with social skills
  • Problems solving
  • Learning strategies
  • Goal setting
  • Emotional alignment