Counselling

Su Hewitt (Adv. Dip) – Counselling – BACP Member

Tel: 07931 588889
su.hewitt@themillclinic.co.uk

As humans, our thought processes rely on far more than instinct alone. Being self-aware and having the capability to think and feel emotions with clarity and understanding is important. As a result, sometimes what we think can become a problem and affect our emotions.

Counselling is a talking therapy, which enables you to explore mind, body and spirit in an emotional and/or self-developmental way to achieve a greater feeling of wellbeing by expression with a qualified practitioner.

The ultimate aim of counselling is to help people come to terms with problems they are facing, with the intention of overcoming them. The support provided from counselling during difficult times can assist in expediting change and improvements by seeing things objectively, unconditionally and with impartiality.

I am a humanistic integrative counsellor, which means I draw on many theories to apply the best technique for the most success in addressing arising issues, if that seems appropriate. My technique offers assistance with many aspects of life, including work, relationships, health, making decisions, painful experiences, sexual and gender issues, or loss. I can assist young people, children, and adults.

I follow the BACP ethical guidelines, and their codes of practice. I treat all information with respect and as confidential at all times, and only in very specific instances, would it be likely that client information would be made available to someone else. These circumstances would be made very clear, agreed, and any disclosure would only happen with the client’s prior knowledge.

I provide one-to-one individual, and couples counselling. Sessions are usually weekly.

I work with long term and short term clients, depending on the requirements of the client.

Below are some non-exhaustive examples of conditions counselling can assist with:

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Bereavement
  • Health issues: diseases, injuries and rehabilitation
  • Weight loss and eating disorders
  • OCD
  • Addictions
  • Sleep issues and hygiene
  • Self-harm and suicide ideation
  • Abuse: physical and emotional
  • Gender dysphoria
  • Relationship issues
  • Bullying
  • Anger management
  • Trauma
  • Work related stress
  • Confidence & self esteem

Please ask if your issue is not listed here.

Fees

Individual consultations £45 (for 50 minutes)
Couples consultations £60 (for 1 hour)

Counselling is available on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6pm or Friday afternoons/evening from 1pm, subject to availability. Please call if you require alternative times.

Book an Appointment

To book an appointment, call 07931 588889.

If when you call you get voicemail, please leave a message and I will get back to you at the earliest opportunity.

At least 48 hours notice needs to be given for cancellation once an appointment has been made.