Man being counselled

Counselling is method used to help people to look at their problem from a different perspective to give them insight into the situation or circumstances. Using strategies, techniques and skills, people are guided and directed to consider difficult alternative.

FAQs About Our Counselling Service

What does a counsellor do?
The therapist guides the person to make an informative decision in order to resolve or manage their problem. The qualified counsellor has the ability and skills to facilitate change for their client, using the resources available to them. The counsellor encourages the client to examine the situation, the circumstances and the people around them.

When do I need to see a counsellor?
You can see a counsellor anytime. You do not have to wait until there is a major problem before approaching someone for help and guidance. You can see a qualified counsellor, therapist to assist you in making important decisions, resolving personal problems or issues, understanding certain events or situations that have occurred to cause you concern or for any problem that you need help and support.

What problems can be resolved using Counselling and Hypnotherapy?
Hypnosis is an extremely powerful tool to assist you in transforming the way you experience life. While in this deeply relaxed state, long formed habits and behaviour modification can take place.

Counselling combined with hypnotherapy can assist you with problems or issues such as:

  • Quit Smoking
  • Weight Control
  • Most Depressions
  • Pain Relief
  • Goal Setting
  • Self Confidence
  • Relationship Problems
  • Personal Problems
  • Fears and Phobias
  • Anxiety and Panic
  • Sleeping Difficulties
  • Self Esteem
  • Self Image
  • Unresolved Grief

What is a typical counselling session like?
On the first session, the practitioner's / counsellor's goal is to understand as much as possible about you and the presenting problem(s) or issue(s). Only with a good understanding of what is happening or what has happened, can the best solution be developed. If it is appropriate for the presenting problem, hypnotherapy may be used. However, the problems can be resolved with counselling and psychotherapy.

How many sessions do I need?
The number of sessions vary from person to person depending on their problem and issue. It is important to note, that the number of sessions depends on YOU and how well you are coping and what courses of action are being used by your in between your sessions.

How successful is counselling?
Counselling can be very successful depending on the individual and the issue to be resolved. To have the best change of success is to be:

  • Be committed to reach a positive result
  • Be committed to attending each session
  • Try the suggested strategies in between sessions
  • Ask questions for greater understanding
  • Have positive thoughts during and after the sessions
  • Take positive action
  • Never give up until the desired result is reached

Am I supported during therapy sessions?
You are definitely supported during your therapy sessions. The practitioner cares about you and the commitment you have made in coming to the sessions. A program is developed by the practitioner to ensure quick and lasting results.

Change is the only certainty in life. If you WANT something to change and you are 100% committed to change for a better life, then all you have to do is to understand the process, learn and apply new strategies and techniques to your life.

No one is alone - You have total support during your sessions!

We need to take the positive learning from our interactions with others to move towards a more positive and exciting life of success, abundance and prosperity.

Qualities of a Transpersonal Counsellor
The hypnotherapist, psychotherapist and the transpersonal counsellor should be qualified and members of recognised professional associations. Their currency registration should be displayed on the walls for your perusal.

  • A qualified therapy practitioner should:
  • Respect in treating the client
  • Consider of the client's situation
  • Be an active listener
  • Respect the client's view point
  • Be open minded
  • Be non-judgmental
  • Be sincere and genuine
  • Committed to confidentiality
Seals of excellence