Rosie Waters Counselling
counselling with a focus on attachment
How Counselling Helps
Counselling can provide an opportunity to talk openly to someone, who will listen, without judgement and help you to explore your emotions and issues/challenges.
Counselling can help you to see your issues and problems in a different way, sometimes more clearly or from a different perspective.
I have had experience of working with clients with a range of issues, such as:
bereavement, anxiety, depression, low self esteem, family and relationship problems, bullying, self harm and anger.
.As a former nurse, I can support people with health related issues such as:
Disability, Chronic fatigue syndrome/ME, Pregnancy, Cancer.
I am a warm, gentle-natured, caring, friendly and approachable person.
I came to counselling from a 25 year nursing career, having recognised my desire to be able to provide greater emotional help to individuals.
I am a humanistic, relational counsellor, which means that I work in a client-centred way, with you, the client at the heart. We will work together, at your pace, to explore the issues that bring you to counselling, whether short or longer term.
I believe that everyone has, within them, the resources to heal and grow, but sometimes we can lose sight of them, for various reasons.
Humanistic counselling can help us to reconnect with this inner part of ourselves, to know and understand our self better and to work towards a happier, more contented life, with more confidence.