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CLARE MITCHELL COUNSELLING

Clare Mitchell

BA (Hons), PG Dip Couns, BACP

What I can offer with counselling

I offer a safe, confidential place for you to talk about your feelings and explore key issues in your life. You may feel stuck in negative thoughts and behaviours or are struggling with difficult relationships, feelings and emotions. 


I can help you make positive changes, find new ways to meet your own particular challenges. Life can be hard and sometimes we all need a bit of extra help. 

I have worked with people facing a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties, fertility issues, pregnancy and birth, work related stress, long term health conditions, parenting, life transitions, bereavement and loss. 


I describe myself as an ‘Integrative therapist’ which means I draw on different therapeutic tools and approaches to help you find your path towards more self-acceptance and to enjoy more connection to others and yourself.


Whether you want short term counselling to help with a specific issue or longer term support, what I offer is a safe and supportive space for you to explore what is important to you and your life. 


I am interested in the whole person, so the role of mind and body and before qualifying as a counsellor I completed a training in Shaitsu massage in 2004, with the Ki Kai Shaitsu School, www.kikaishiatsuschool.co.uk  and qualified as a Baby Massage Instructor in 2009 with the International Association of Infant Massage.  I have also run courses in ‘Creative Writing for Well Being’ writeupstuff.tumblr.com. and will work with creative expression to support the counselling process.  I am a fully qualified practitioner and a member of British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy. (Registered Member MBACP)

Where


I offer counselling at the Practice Rooms in Cotham, Clifton and at rooms in Montpelier.

How much ?

Daytime sessions cost £50 and evening sessions £55, each session lasts 50 minutes.

Why come to counselling ?

There are times for all of us when life feels too much. Either some sudden event throws us into crisis or we find it an on-going struggle to see any direction or purpose in our lives. People choose to receive counselling for different reasons. Some people come for help with a specific issue and would like to talk about how they are feeling and find a way to feel better. Others would like more long-term support to explore emotional issues and develop better ways of coping. Friends and family can help but at points in our lives we all need a bit of extra support. I believe that we all want to lead happy and fulfilling lives and counselling can help people change their life and find more peace and well-being.

GET IN TOUCH

Please use the form below to email me to find out more, arrange to speak on the phone or book an initial session.