— Rediscover Your Best Self

Person-Centred Counselling

The hardest part of therapy can be asking for help and admitting we need it. If you are reading this you have already made one of the hardest steps to reclaiming your mental health and personal well-being.

Wanting to change and taking the first step to having counselling can be daunting, however, you can rest assured that together we can explore the issues and work our way through the difficulties to make a positive long term change for the better.

What Counselling Is

Counselling is a “talking therapy” and allows you to discuss your problems and any difficult feelings you may encounter in a safe, confidential environment.   It is a process that allows you to change something in your life or simply explore your thoughts and feelings in more depth.  You will be listened to in an empathetic way.

Counselling is not about giving advice, being judgemental, attempting to sort out your problems for you or expecting a client to behave as the counsellor would do if confronted with similar problems in their own life.  

It is about looking at your issue or what is distressing you from your own perspective, based on your own value system.

How Counselling Can Help

Counselling can help with long-term physical health problems, difficult life events such as redundancy, divorce, trauma and many other mental health concerns.  Sometimes, speaking to a professional and not your loved ones can make all the difference.  Friends do not always understand whilst a counsellor can offer understanding and direction. 

The Benefits of Counselling

Counselling gives you time and space to work through your problems. 

It can help to gain a different perspective on problems, issues and distress.  Potential benefits include improved communication, interpersonal skills, greater self-acceptance, self-awareness and self-esteem.  The ability to change self-defeating behaviours and habits, a better expression and management of emotions, including anger, relief from depression, anxiety or other mental health conditions.

Counselling is recognised as a beneficial preventative measure and also a form of self-care in managing difficult feelings before they get worse. Therefore, counselling can help you regain wellbeing and balance in your life.

Want to Know if I Can Help?

Services & Prices

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Initial
Consultations

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Face to Face
Counselling

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Telephone
Counselling

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Online Video
Counselling

Worry is like a rocking chair.
It gives you something to do, but never gets you anywhere.

— Emma Bombeck

About Me

My name is Chui-Ling Blake.

I am a qualified Person-Centred Counsellor based in the West Midlands.

I work with people throughout the UK, offering remote telephone or video counselling sessions.

Further Information

If you have any concerns or questions, then contact me for further information. For further information on talking therapy, you can view my recommended external resources. 

And, don’t forget to check out the FAQ for answers to common questions.