person centred counselling

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Carl Rogers

“The good life is a process, not a state of being. It is a direction not a destination.”

Person Centred Counselling

Providing Counselling in Lincoln and Surrounding Areas

Lincoln Counselling; Person Centred Counselling is a ‘talking therapy’ and is a chance to explore the 'here and now'.  It is an opportunity for you to explore troubles, hurts or other issues with a trained professional in a safe and secure environment. The counsellor/therapist is trained to listen with empathy, seeing the world from your perspective.  Counsellors do not usually give advice but instead help you find your own solutions. Counselling can be short term or on a longer term basis.


Exam stress can affect anyone. You might be worried about doing enough revision, getting the grades you need or feel pressure from your school or family.


Work stress can cause physical, emotional, and behavioural problems which can affect your health, energy, well-being, mental alertness, and personal and professional relationships.


No relationship is without its stress. But it's about recognising the source of the stress, communicating about it, then taking the next steps to ease that stress as much as possible.

Who is counselling for?

Individual Counselling

Helping you get to the heart of what matters most to you in your life. We will work together to remove obstacles in your way, develop skills and resources for your every day world, and explore what it means to be you.

Relationship Counselling

Two people working with me on the relationship. Let’s learn how to upgrade your strengths and abilities, while developing new skills around communication, conflict, and intimacy that will serve you for a life time. This work is not limited to married couples, hetero couples, or intimate partners! I work with family members, co-workers, best friends, and anyone else looking to seek major growth in relationship.

Issues you may be experiencing
  • grief and loss

  • communication and relationships issues

  • work and career issues

  • stress, anxiety and depression

  • life transitions such as the birth of a new baby, separation, divorce or death

  • parenting

  • addiction

  • abuse

  • trauma

  • self-esteem difficulties

  • exploring gender identity and/or sexuality.

How does counselling end?

Counselling can be ended at any time that either you or the counsellor feels is appropriate. However, there may be times during the counselling process where you feel you may be too emotionally distressed or challenged to continue.  At these points it can be tempting to stop counselling abruptly. If this happens, I would like to encourage you to talk to me first as it may be that there are underlying issues that need to be addressed.

My role is to create a safe, warm and non-judgemental environment in which you can explore your issues and discover who you are: to meet you wherever you are on your personal journey.

Some people have all that they need to “do life” and face their difficulties on their own.  Many others need some empathetic support along the way.  My belief is that everyone is valuable and has the right to feel that way.  I also believe that everybody needs help sometimes and sometimes it is helpful for that help and support to come from outside their immediate situation.  It is a real privilege to have had the opportunity to do this work.