Llandudno Private Counselling and Psychotherapy Service
Victoria Martin MBACP (Registered)
“Down, down, down. Would the fall never come to an end? I wonder how many miles I’ve fallen by this time?”
Lewis Carroll, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass
You may well be feeling at your wits end right now and desperate to get your life back on track, but somewhat apprehensive about seeing a counsellor. You may believe that you ought to be able to deal with your difficulties by yourself.
However, turning a worry over and over in your mind, rather than solving anything, often causes that worry to grow.
Talking to someone about what's on your mind can help you work out what is really bothering you and explore what you could do about it.
"After feeling confused and angry a lot of the time, I felt the need to seek counselling before I self-destructed. Within a few relaxed sessions, I began to feel a lot calmer and more at peace with myself. I am now back on track with my life and can't thank you enough for your expertise. Many thanks again." J.
"I could never have got where I am without your friendly and insightful help, so thank you very much!" S
"I am definitely happier and have a clearer understanding of why I was unhappy. It's amazing really, how much better you actually feel voicing everything out loud and talking things through, acknowledging how you feel. So thanks very much for your support and kindness." M.
My practice is on the Great Orme, where I have the perfect situation to be able to provide a safe, relaxed and comfortable space in my home - a large, private and attractive room, dedicated to my counselling work.
I am very mindful of the investment of time and money you are making to improve your life and I'm passionate about getting you the results you want in as few sessions as possible.
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"Thank you very much for today. I feel so much better already and can't wait to come next week. The tapping thing you taught me is brilliant. Thank you. I've just done it now and it feels so much better. Thanks again." A.
You may already have people you can talk to, such as family or friends. But sometimes you need to talk to someone who isn't involved in your life, someone who won't judge you or the situation, but who will listen with empathy and compassion and who has the training and expertise to help you find a way forward.