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Holistic Counselling and Psychotherapy

Holistic counselling is a gentle and compassionate form of Clinical Therapy that can help you to find yourself when you feel the need for support or assistance.

Are you struggling with your emotions?
Are you feeling sad, lonely, anxious, depressed, hopeless, angry or suicidal?
Do you ever feel overwhelmed, worried, stressed, disconnected or isolated?

Do you suffer from any of the following: depression, unexplained illness, panic attacks, mood disorders, eating disorders, low self-esteem, paranoia, family or relationship problems, substance/alcohol abuse or any other addiction?

Have you been through a major life change such as; divorce, loss of a loved one, change in living circumstances, bariatric or any other type of surgery, job loss/career change, menopause, childbirth etc. Do you feel like you could benefit from some ongoing extra support right now?


Are you trying to come to terms with past concerns such as- loss, guilt, abuse, bereavement or marriage/relationship breakdown?

Or would you simply like to speak to someone & be really heard in a safe, confidential and non-judgemental space?

What is Holistic Counselling?

Holistic Counselling is an approach which helps clients to heal by taking the entire human being and their life experiences into consideration for  treatment purposes. In other words, where traditional counselling methods consider only the psychological ramifications of issues and behaviors; Holistic Counselling assesses and treats from physical and spiritual contexts–as well as a psychological or mental ones.

It is important to note that there is a difference between a qualified Counsellor who takes a ‘Holistic approach’ and someone who “counsels” or “coaches” clients by using Holistic techniques.

The former is someone who has attended and graduated from an accredited college or university with a minimum of a BA Degree in Counselling/Therapy and who has met all the clinical experience and accrediting requirements, including regular supervision. After which, they have then chosen to also incorporate treatment methods which are Holistic in nature. They can hold additional certifications and degrees in holistic areas, but they practice as fully qualified Counsellors.

The latter is a person who may or may not have attended college and who may or may not have achieved certification or earned specialised qualifications in the fields in which they offer assistance. Some use the title Holistic Therapist, Spiritual Counsellor, Life Coach etc.

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Physical Aspects: Holistic Counsellors look at a client and evaluate how the physical body is involved and affected with the goal of facilitating a sense of physical well-being. Counsellors have a spectrum of areas in which they can be trained and specialise; for example: Reiki-based treatment, yoga instruction, energy healing, chiropractic techniques, massage therapies and applied acupuncture/acupressure—just to name a few. Many offer their clients assistance with dietary issues, weight management, vitamin and mineral supplementation, exercise and the development of proactive health measures.

Spiritual Components: The Holistic Counsellor acknowledges that the human spirit is intricately involved in the healing of the total person—mind, body and soul, and an increasing number choose to incorporate the spiritual aspect in a generalised way. Holistic Counselors should respect the client’s personal beliefs and let the client assert and superimpose their personal orientation onto the spiritual work that is done in the therapeutic environment.

How Holistic Counselling Can Be of Help to You

Holistic Counselling can help you achieve:

  • Tools to cope with anxiety and stress
  • Greater self awareness and self acceptance.
  • Greater respect for your body and how it works as a whole.
  • Deep healing of the past and present relationships.
  • A more peaceful, centered approach to life.
  • Greater health and vitality.
  • Emotional well being.
  • A deepened sense of spirituality.
  • Finding and living your true life purpose.
  • A greater ability to cope with traumas such as death, divorce and abuse.
  • An enhanced feeling of optimism and self esteem.

And so much more!

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