A safe space to explore what is important to you...
Call me on 07757 811985 or email me at help@jodampiercounselling.co.uk
My name is Jo and I am a qualified counsellor
I hold a MSc Degree in Therapeutic Counselling and I am a Registered Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP).

Come and speak in confidence about the things that are troubling you.  I have safe, comfortable counselling rooms in Sidcup and in Bexley Village.
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Your difficulties may feel too big to overcome, but taking time to dissect them and to understand more about yourself can make the task seem more achievable.  I can offer a gentle, safe, non-judgemental, and confidential space where we can work together to understand more about you and what you want to change.  

Talking can help.  Talking can encourage the processing of our emotions – we can really start to work out what is wrong and what could be thought about in a different way.  Counselling can help you to expand your perspectives and to consider alternatives, which can encourage greater acceptance of and compassion towards yourself.
How are you feeling right now?
We certainly all have our ups and downs, but perhaps you are experiencing feeling stuck - in relationships, in work, in your routines; feeling overwhelmed by situations or friendships; or feeling low, lonely or unhappy.  If you notice these feelings and they seem to be happening more and more, then life can be difficult to cope with.  It is easy to forget or lose sight of the things that are important.  Even worse, we may lose sight of our identity - feeling confused about who we are, shutting ourselves away for fear of looking foolish, or of not being good enough.
Taking the first step is daunting...
Contacting a counsellor for the first time can be difficult.  You may be feeling embarrassed, or you may believe that your difficulties are not 'serious' enough and you would be wasting my time.  Let me reassure you...  Every experience throughout our lives shapes us in different ways, perhaps ways we have not understood or fully processed yet.  What may be easily managed by one person could be a stumbling block for another. 

I am happy to work on whatever feels important to you.  We will work at your pace, taking time to understand your difficulties fully.  Being honest and open takes courage, but facing your emotions and perhaps understanding where they’ve originated from helps you to accept them and to put them into perspective, to enable you to manage them better.