It isn’t so much about talking as listening. We are all guilty, to a greater or lesser extent, of not listening to our true needs. We may suppress them out of fear, out of a sense of duty, or in an attempt to gain the acceptance of others – especially if our self-esteem is weak (or we do not value ourselves). My aim is to help you ‘get in touch’ with these needs and talking is one of the principal ways in which we will do this. It is not, however, the only form of therapy I use.
How will talking get anything done?
About the Author: Helen Harrison
Helen Harrison from Power of Change Counselling & Coaching is a professional and accredited counsellor. She does Individual and Marriage Counselling. Specialises in self-esteem, relationships, stress and anxiety. She is a facilitator of Workshops, Author and Mediator. Her aim is to provide safe, supportive and confidential counselling in a peaceful setting allowing you to explore who you have been, who you are and who you may want to be. Her private practice is in Thornlands in Redlands City. Ph 0439 889 969 Email firstname.lastname@example.org www.powerofchange.com.au