Counselling and Psychotherapy Beaconsfield
My name is Gayle Creasey and I am an experienced psychotherapist. My counselling and psychotherapy practice is near Odds Farm, just outside Beaconsfield (HP10 0JX).
Covid 19 Update: I am currently offering online sessions until it is safe to meet in person. Please do get in touch if you have questions about how online sessions could work for you.
I work with adults, couples and young people aged 5-20 years.
You are welcome to come for a single session or for as long as feels helpful to you.
I offer daytime, after school and evening sessions Mondays to Friday between 8am- 8pm.
Common Counselling and Psychotherapy Issues:
I am experienced in working with people struggling with:
- anger management & aggression
- anxiety & emotional worries
- bereavement & loss
- confidence/ self-esteem
- depression/ post natal depression
- domestic abuse
- exam & deadline stresses
- family & friendship issues
- low self esteem
- performance anxiety
- relationship issues
- separation & divorce
- sleep problems
- trauma & abuse
Why try counselling or psychotherapy?
Finding the right support at these times is crucial. We all need a safe place to talk about and think through what is troubling us. It is not always possible to do this with family and friends and this is when having some counselling or psychotherapy sessions can be really helpful.
You may like to explore using the creative arts in your counselling or psychotherapy sessions. This means that you, or your child, do not always have to rely on words. Instead, you can use images and metaphor to express what is going on inside you. This can offer new insight into the feelings and issues affecting your well being.
What is Creative Arts Therapy?
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Each of these creative arts offers a way to externalise, reflect on and find a language for your thoughts and feelings.
You are welcome to call me on 0794 1279177 to have a chat and ‘get a feel for me’. I can tell you more about how I work and practical things like my availability and cost and you might like to tell me about what you are hoping for from some sessions. You may then like to book an initial counselling or psychotherapy session to meet me in person to find out if you feel that you ‘click’ with me.
Gayle Creasey – Counselling and Psychotherapy Beaconsfield.