Counselling Psychotherapy Psychology therapeutic space conveying warmth, active listening and understanding and counselling in stockport

Counselling Psychotherapy Psychology therapeutic space

Yellow roses symbolise care, warmth and kindness. Counselling seeks to provide a space where you can explore the issues affecting you. You will be listened to, without judgement, and with respect.

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Yellow Roses are symbolic for caring, warmth and kindness.

What do we do?

In a therapeutic relationship, we will explore the issues presented and your thoughts, emotions and behaviours with respect and empathy. Sometimes, emotions need to be expressed and accepted. Other times, there may be specific emotional management or alternative perspectives that may feel empowering. Your experiences will be respected and counselling will offer a non-judgemental space.

Counselling Psychotherapy Psychology
Counselling Psychotherapy Psychology
Counselling Psychotherapy Psychology

We can work together

You are the expert on you, and are uniquely you. Yellow Rose counselling will use a variety of approaches in a tailored way to support, facilitate and empower you. To support you, during counselling, I have 19 years’ experience gained in varied contexts : as a counsellor, Senior Lecturer, Supervisor and Counselling Service Manager. These experiences have involved specialising in counselling theory, practice and application alongside considering ethics .

I have experience working with/offering counselling to various client groups : adults, children, young people and families plus practitioners and have supervised trainee counsellors and experienced counsellors within varied contexts. I continue to learn and develop within the counselling arena and am passionate about how counselling can be beneficial. 

"We think we listen, but very rarely do we listen with real understanding, true empathy. Yet listening, of this very special kind, is one of the most potent forces for change that I know."
- Carl Rogers