Is it something for me?
 
More and more people find having counselling a way to receive healthy support in daily life in a space free from obligations, where you can speak in trust and total confidence.
 
The 'success' of counselling depends greatly on whether you feel able to connect with your life experiences with a counsellor you feel good with. Together you are looking at moments and chapters of your life so far. What have you experienced, what touched your heart? What is your life like today? Are you who you want to be? What is it that you most seek and long to do? 
There are many different counselling methods and most cover areas of psychotherapy as well as coaching. It is a speaking therapy stream that fits with one leg in each field. Thus sometimes it can help with traumatic experiences as well as changing careers. Often these two are linked, like when a shock or a difficult experience hinders us from following what we most wish to do. How to find the courage to do what is in our heart? By looking at what we have experienced and working through difficult events this process of creating a more fulfilling daily life can be started. 
The key question for choosing between psychotherapy/medical support (for example by traumatic events or depression) and counselling is whether you are still able to support yourself after the sessions. Otherwise deeper care is needed instead of, or in addition to counselling.

 



If we have found
what we have most missed, 
needed and longed for
in this world,
we can start seeking
for a way to create it.


   

Thus sometimes
our wounds transform
into organs of perception
for myself and my needs
and to help create
what is missing in the world
so that others too
can become more whole