Relationship Counselling St Albans
Relationship counselling St Albans can help with relationship problems which are common. We are hardwired to be social animals which means you have to deal with relationships of one sort or another everyday. Family can have a huge impact on our experiences, how we develop and our beliefs even if you are estranged or not that close. Romantic and sexual relationships can be difficult as they require you to be vulnerable and to trust someone else. You may also struggle with friendships, maybe because they are one-sided or because you struggle to fit in and feel antisocial.
I offer counselling which is LGBT+ affirmative and fully accept your gender and sexual identity, whatever it may be.
Symptoms of Relationship Difficulties
Do you struggle in relationships?
Tired of having the same argument?
Find it hard to say no?
Gender or sexual identity issues?
Loss of libido?
Finding it hard to trust and forgive?
Do you struggle to get your partner to listen to you?
How can relationship counselling St Albans help me?
Counselling can help you to make sense of things, you may notice particular patterns or that you tend to attract and be attracted to a certain type of person. It can help you think about how you tend to respond to people, how good you are at getting your needs met and help you learn to communicate in a way so that the other person will listen.
If you are someone who struggles to say no, I can help you to develop assertiveness skills and to learn to set boundaries. If you are worried about someone because for example they are drinking too much, I can help you to focus on what you can do instead of trying to control someone else’s behaviour.
Maybe you are someone who finds it difficult to trust others? We can work together to help you to learn how to be vulnerable whilst still protecting yourself.
Book a free consultation for relationship counselling in St Albans here.
Need help now?
If you are having suicidal thoughts or need help immediately please try and talk to someone. You need to know that you are not alone and you are not beyond help.
If you need help immediately call 999 or go to any hospital A&E department.
If you don’t want to go to an A&E you can call 111 for NHS England. You can also contact your GP for an emergency out of hours appointment.
Here are some helplines you can call anytime, day or night. They can help you to see options beyond your feelings of despair.
Samaritans – 116 123.
Papyrus – 0800 068 41 41. For teenagers and young people.
Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM) – 0800 58 58 58. For men.
Childline – 0800 1111. For children and young people.
If you need urgent help and want to try something else, try this from Mind.