Welcome to Dave's Community Counselling
Do you need help and need somewhere to turn? Get in touch with us now and we will help you.
Counselling is essentially a lively, human and personal experience between two people. In particular;
- It is about helping you to discover more about yourself.
- It involves being prepared to share some of your deepest and most uncomfortable feelings and can be both comforting and challenging.
- It is different from other kinds of help, where, appropriately at times diagnosis or assessment is made.
Counselling is not about judging or minimising your problems but about valuing and respecting the efforts you are making to try and work things out.
Counselling does not claim to be the answer to all human difficulties, but aims to help you find your own answers, by becoming more in charge of your life.
It is a contract between yourself and a counsellor to work in a safe, comfortable and confidential environment. I am here to listen and advise.
Counselling Services Available
We offer counselling services for all scenarios and issues that you may be facing. From depression and anxiety through to drug & substance abuse, we can help you.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
We provide Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, a form of therapy that is effective with problems such as depression & anxiety, through to eating disorders and mental health problems.
Couples Counselling & Services
Marriage and couples counselling promotes healthy relationships, and we look towards ensuring a stable and careful environment to allow you to resolve couples issues.
Drug & Substance Misuse Counselling
With drug and substance abuse on the increase, we can tackle the root causes and provide coping mechanisms to help provide relief and respite from addiction and the problems it causes.
Mental Health Services & Signposting
If you require general help with your mental health, we are available to provide care, and help in the form of one on one counselling or signposting to other services.
Post Traumatic Stress Services
Those that have suffered a traumatic experience may need help with their mental health, as PTSD can trigger health problems further down the line. If you need to talk, just get in touch