Supported by Cheddar Valley Churches
Why talk to a Counsellor?
Most people experience problems and difficulties from time to time.
There are times when a crisis may occur or you have a problem or worry that you feel you cannot share with someone close or with someone you know.
A trained counsellor is someone with whom you can share your worries, fears and anxieties in a safe non-judgemental and confidential environment. Our counsellor is a member of the British Association for Counselling and the Association of Christian Counsellors and abides by the Code of Ethics established by those bodies.
How can Counselling Help?
Counselling is not a cure. However it can help you to explore your thoughts and feelings without judgement, unwanted advice or interruption. It can help you to understand your difficulties and explore ways of making changes or finding solutions. It can rebuild self-confidence and give you the ability to manage future stress.
Assistance is regularly given for difficulties such as:
However we have a willingness to look at all problems.
B.A. Psychology, Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling, B.A.C.A.C.C.
Cheddar Valley Counselling
Oasis House, Tweentown,
For Couples, Families, Groups
Cheddar Valley Counselling also offers therapeutic work for couples and families under stress
If you are struggling in your relationships together, then Creative Therapy can help you explore the difficulties in a safe, supportive environment. Our therapist will encourage each of you in both listening to one another and expressing your own feelings and perspective.
M.Sc., C.Q.S.W., R.D.th.
Rev J Reynard B.Sc
You will be offered an initial appointment free of charge to discuss your needs and concerns.
For further information or an Appointment please phone 01934 741549 (answer phone out of hours). We aim to respond to answer phone messages within 48 hours.
The ability to manage future stress. assistance is regularly given for difficulties