|From:||St. Helens, (details upon request), United Kingdom (UK)|
|Type of session:||Secure Video Call, Secure Text Chat, Via Phone, In-Person|
|Also speaks:||Chinese (Mandarin), English|
|Specialty:||Abuse, Affairs, Anxiety, Depression, Education, Family, Grief, Identity, Mood, Relationships, Self - Esteem, Sleep concerns, Stress, Trauma, Work|
|Target Age Group:||Adult|
At some stage in our lives, many of us will experience stress, confusion, anxiety, depression, loneliness, bullying, diagnosis, bereavement and loss or issues relating to work/life balance.
Life can then feel overwhelming.
Counselling can help you feel lighter and more at peace when you feel low or anxious. Or if you find life too difficult, counselling can help you feel more in control. When you lose someone you love and are feeling the pain, counselling can help you honour the person you love in a healthy way, at the same time, safely adapt to a different life without them. And if you are not feeling too good about yourself, if you feel like ‘this is not me’, then counselling can help you feel happier about who you are. Other issues counselling can help including, building more satisfying relationships, be able to stand up for yourself assertively.
You’re not alone. Nobody ‘wants’ therapy. What you want is your problem to go away.
What can I offer you?
I am a fully qualified Person-Centred Counsellor and a member of the BACP- a professional body which ensures that I work to the highest ethical and professional standards.
I am experienced in counselling a range of issues such as relationship difficulties, bereavement, depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, work & academic-related stress and more.
I am experienced with over 700 hours of practice.
I understand and am conversant in feelings, thoughts, intuitions, and spirituality
I am skilled at creating a safe environment for you to talk freely
Having studied for two degrees means I understand academic-related stress.
Having worked in the business sector before means I understand work-related stress and anxiety.
Just like gardeners do not ‘grow plants’ — they grow by themselves– counsellors do not ‘grow’ persons, what both counsellor and the gardener try to do is create the condition which the inherent capacities for growth and development can come for fruition.
——- Tony Merry
so It is my belief that you have the inner wisdom to grow, to reach your full potential and be the person you want to be, it’s my aim to work collaboratively with you so that together we can explore how to move your life forward in a positive way.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Many clients have reported that they found me approachable, warm, calm and trustworthy, which helped them to open up, feeling safe and build a good relationship.