Do you ever feel unheard? Like no-one is listening to what you are saying? Do you feel like you would benefit from time dedicated to you, and only you, to talk through things that are going on in your life, to gain deeper understanding of things that have happened, and to learn tools for dealing with the future? 

What is Counselling?

Counselling is a talk therapy that allows people a safe, confidential space to talk about their feelings, or any issues they may be facing that they are having difficulties with.  It could be troubling life events such as bereavement, stress at work, problems with relationships or behaviours that are causing issues such as addiction or eating disorders. 

What do Counsellors do?

Often all people need is a space to talk and not feel judged or guilty for laying their burdens on another.  Counselling offers a non-judgemental space for people to be honest with themselves and another person. This alone can be a very healing and cathartic experience for many. Counsellors understand that change can be difficult and scary, but with the aid of a supportive and caring counsellor, people can make many positive changes to improve their quality of life.

What can Counselling help with?

Abuse – Emotional, Physical, Sexual
Addiction (e.g. Alcohol, Computer games, Drugs, Food, Gambling, Sex, Smoking)
Anger Management
Assertiveness / Self-confidence / Self-esteem
Autism & Aspergers Syndrome
Bereavement / Loss
Divorce & Separation
Eating disorders
Financial difficulties
Generally unhappy with your life
Illness and dying
Parenting skills
Sexuality Identity
Shyness / Social Phobia
Suicidal feelings
Violence / Victim support
Young people and children
Emotional issues
Job interviews
Panic attacks
Self esteem
Self-defeating behaviours

(Please note: this is not an exhaustive list)

I think I need some help…

If you feel you would benefit from counselling or would like some more information, you can contact Lotti using the details below. 

If you need immediate help, please contact your doctor or call 999 or 111 for mental health support. 

You are not alone. 

Lotti Walters – email: or call/text: 07540 801132