Counselling at The Centre
There are two options for Counselling at The Centre either privately with Ester Wheeler or via Petersfield Counselling Service. Details of both options are shown below.
(Link to therapist’s own website)
We all know the saying, “a problem shared is a problem halved” but surly it can’t be as simple as that? Sometimes it’s hard to talk to friends and family or sometimes even anyone at all. Counselling or talking therapy can be that one person you need who can take the time to just listen to you. It’s the space that you and your counsellor create, the non-judgmental relationship that can support, heel or/and allow growth.
Ester is a trained humanistic therapist and integrates Gestalt, Person Centred and Existential therapy. This means she believes that we are all self governing, unique individuals with an inert desire to complete unfinished business, make meaning of our experiences and reach our true potential. She works relationally and collaboratively to support clients through what ever might be troubling them, as well as celebrating achievements and individual’s potential.
As a humanistic therapist, Ester works with all presenting issues as an individual and unique experience for the client. No client is the same however, common areas she has worked with and trained in include:
- Disorganised or disordered eating
- Low confidence or Low self esteem
- Long term and short term therapy
- Loss and Bereavement
- Relationship and Family breakdown
- Sex, Sexuality and Gender identity
- Sexual, physical and emotional abuse
- Suicidal thought, attempts and/or ideology
- Trauma, PTSD and Complex PTSD
Counselling at The Centre is run by:
Petersfield Counselling Service (Link to own website)
Counselling is based on listening and offering clients the space to find their own way forward. Supporting you in understanding past events, worries about the future or lack of confidence can be helpful in providing change and helping you to find the direction in your life that you are seeking.
Together with a counsellor you can reflect in life events and explore the ways in which you relate to yourself and others. Counsellors do not offer advice or make judgements on you and your life, rather assist you in creating the space in which you can make your own choices.