Mental Health Services in Southampton, Hampshire
I offer counselling for individuals and couples, I provide clinical supervision for counsellors, and I run seminars for mental health professionals.
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read moreI am an experienced, degree qualified counsellor in Southampton for anxiety, depression, trauma, addiction, sexual problems, phobias, separation and divorce, to name a few of the things people seek help for. I am an accredited member of the BACP. I offer counselling for individuals and couples in quiet, peaceful and secluded surroundings near central Southampton. I believe everyone has the ability to make positive changes in their lives, even if sometimes it seems like you are stuck in your problems. I am passionate about helping people make positive change in their lives, be happier and have better relationships with others. I bring together more than a decade's worth of professional counselling experience and a broad theoretical knowledge base to offer you a way of working that is tailored specifically to meet your needs. I recognise that you want to make changes that last and I offer practical ways for you to achieve that. In addition to counselling services, I offer clinical supervision and training to counsellors. I specialise in addiction, trauma and somatic psychotherapy.
read moreYou can make an appointment for counselling by video link on your computer, tablet or smartphone. My name is Mike Eustace and I run the Living Therapy counselling service in Southampton. We all experience difficult periods in our lives and I believe that reaching out for help is a healthy, positive step. Whatever your reasons for coming here, you are welcome. My practice is informed by a wealth of experience, training, theoretical and practical knowledge, and a range of approaches including CBT.
read moreAs part of my commitment to my clients, to myself and in fulfilment of the BACP's CPD requirements, I regularly attend training courses in the fields of counselling, supervision and psychology. Training gives me new theoretical knowledge and practical skills which I integrate into my personal way of working; it helps me bridge the gap between what I know and what I do. What Gendlin means is that although counsellors are professionals, we sit with you as human beings and our task is to help you relate to us and us to you.