Do you need to speak with someone?

If you are feeling alone or depressed it can often help to speak to someone about your feelings.

Here at The Claremont Practice, we offer a free phone consultation, giving you the opportunity to speak to a fully qualified counsellor.

Contact us today for a free consultation. 
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Stressed?
Unhappy?
Poor Self-Image?
Can’t Sleep?
Can’t Eat?
Can’t Concentrate?
Too many people suffer these problems alone and in silence. Whether you have a relationship problem, have suffered a bereavement or are struggling with the modern workplace or pressures at home, we can help.
People seek counselling for many reasons but in the main it is quite simply that they are feeling bad and are unable to reason the answer for themselves. Maybe you are experiencing a struggle with feelings of despair, anxiety, and worthlessness through a loss of self believe in a variety of different ways.

Do you feel alone or depressed? Do you lay awake at night and just can’t see a way forward? Would you like to speak to someone? Take our free phone consultation.

With over 14 years of counselling experience, the practice has built a reputation as a non-judgemental, jargon free, honest and safe place in which clients can explore the potential which I believe exists in everyone. The Claremont Counselling Practice offers weekly on-going therapeutic help and draws on the insights of psychoanalysis and humanistic approaches. Counsellors at The Claremont Practice have undergone, or are undertaking formal training; their work is supervised in accordance with the BACP code of conduct ethics and practice. All Counsellors are members of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.
  • Anger Management
  • Anxiety
  • Bereavement
  • Communication
  • Depression
  • Divorce and Separation
  • Low self confidence
  • Low self esteem
  • Relationships
  • Questioning sense of identity
  • Post natal depression
  • Stress
  • IVF support
  • Work related issues
  • Marriage and living together
  • Controlling Behavior
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