People come for counselling for many different reasons. But perhaps you could say that everyone who decides on counselling wants to reflect on their life and possibly make changes in some way.
Quite often, people come for counselling because they are in crisis: e.g. bereavement, relationship breakdown, or are finding that their usual coping mechanisms are not enough. Sometimes we know something is wrong in life and can’t find a way to put it right. At times a doctor may advise us to go for counselling, e.g. due to depression or anxiety.
Whatever the reason for choosing counselling, it is our belief that there is no shame in needing some support - there can be times in our lives when we need to look outside our friends and family for the support we need. At Face to Face we believe everyone to be a unique individual person, with the capacity for self understanding and personal growth.
What is counselling?
Counselling offers you the opportunity to talk and explore things confidentially with someone who will endeavour not to judge. Your counsellor will try to understand what you say and how you feel, and what it is like to “be you” in “your world”.
Face to Face has adopted the Person-Centred approach to counselling, otherwise called Humanistic or Rogerian. Person-Centred counselling was developed by Carl Rogers. It is a non-directive approach which means that you will not be told what to do to change things; you will not be advised or directed. Instead, your counsellor will be there to offer support while you discover for yourself how to move forward and develop a better understanding of yourself. We believe that everyone has the potential and ability to grow, change and develop. Counselling can be a way to release that potential.
Counselling sessions are by appointment only. Appointments are available 7 days a week and also in the evenings. Book an appointment via telephone.
Please note that due to the current pandemic we are currently carrying out online and telephone Counselling
LocationFace to Face Counselling
St. Clement's Church
St. Clement's Road
Tel: 0161 881 1535
Email: [email protected]
Registered Charity No. 1141342