Even with those who are closest to you, it can be difficult to express how you really feel. However, it can help to talk to somebody completely independent when you are going through a difficult time.
At Heswall Hills Counselling Centre our warm and friendly team of qualified and experienced therapists provide a place where members of the public can access a safe, professional, non-judgemental and confidential environment in which they can explore any past or present issues without judgement.
All the therapists working from the centre have been personally vetted by the manager to ensure that they are suitably trained, ethical and fully insured.
How can we help?
- You will be able to talk to a highly qualified therapist offering new skills to build resilience.
- You will be listened to and offered professional support and acceptance regarding whatever is troubling you
- You will be given the opportunity to improve your mental health through greater understanding of yourself and your own resources, leading to growth and change.
The therapists at the centre are able to work with a wide range of presenting issues including:-
- Anxiety disorders
- Anger management
- Eating disorders
- Relationship difficulties
- Self esteem
- Trauma and P.T.S.D
- Work related stress.
We have therapists who are trained in clinical hypnotherapy, children’s play therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (C.B.T), Couples therapy, Trauma therapies including E.M.D.R and Trauma Focused C.B.T. We are trained to work with young children from the age of 3, teenagers, adults and couples.
Where to find us?
Heswall Hills Counselling Centre is a newly refurbished centre which is located on Brimstage Road, Heswall, within the shops, opposite Heswall Hills train station. There are great public transport links and off street parking along the side of the premises.
How do I get in touch
Choosing the right therapist can feel like a daunting task. If you would like more information or if you are ready to request an appointment you can contact the centre by calling 07784 735784, emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or completing the contact form on the website: get in touch
Cheryl Overington, who is the centre manager and a Chartered Psychologist will arrange a time to speak to you over the telephone to discuss your particular needs and will then refer you to one of the therapists who work from the centre.