Welcome to Positive Change Counselling and Psychotherapy

There are times in all our lives when we can experience some difficult situations that might seem overwhelming.

We can try to wait to see if life changes with time, seek support of friends or family, try to manage ourselves. But sometimes the problem remains even if we think that we have tried everything. Talking to a qualified professional can help to find answers, gain a better understanding of ourselves or build resilience and achieve inner peace.

Reaching for help is the brave decision that can lead to improvement of your functioning, manage with stress, trauma, addiction or learning about yourself empowering you to make positive changes and take actions to achieve your goals.

Therapy offers a safe place to talk about challenges that can make you feel overwhelmed with non-judgmental, empathic, and understanding approach.

Counselling and psychotherapy can benefit people experiencing emotional difficulties, life challenges or mental health concerns.

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During therapy you can learn to cope with challenges in your life and gain better knowledge about yourself, your behaviours and thoughts and their impact on your wellbeing.

Therapy might be a difficult and long process, you might need to go through difficult emotions related to traumatic memories, like embarrassment, guilt, or anxiety. This could be overwhelming, and a therapist can support you in managing those, healing and become stronger and confident and emotionally released.

Therapy can be a journey into better self-knowledge and empowering your potential to live better life being conscious about own feelings, ways to manage emotions, cope with difficulties and achieve happiness and being content.

No matter what is bringing you to the therapy, I can help you to address your needs and discover the answer how to achieve positive changes in your life

Unexpressed emotions will never die. They are buried alive and will come forth later in uglier ways.

- Sigmund Freud