Helping you to overcome your emotional, behavioural and relationship problems, and to have a happy life
of balanced, calm, success.
The counselling relationship is an active one in which both the client and the counsellor work to build some
new understanding of the client’s situation:
“…counselling is an intentional, purposeful activity. It is not something that ‘just happens’
– it has to be made. This ‘making’ is an activity that is carried out by both participants, working
together. The person cannot make a counselling space in the absence of the willingness and involvement of the counsellor,
and vice versa”.
John McLeod (2007) Counselling Skill. Page 4. (36)
On this page you will find a link to the downloadable PDF Information Pack for
Face-to-face clients who want appointments in Hebden Bridge or Halifax. (Plus some basic information about London, Leeds,
Manchester, Edinburgh, York and Wilmslow). This 12-page information pack has been designed to summarize information regarding
face to face counselling and therapy services, which is available in more elaborate form on this website.
Help is available for individuals and couples, with problems of anger, anxiety, depression, stress,
communication skills, self-confidence and general personal and professional development: including assertiveness skills.
This file can be downloaded to your hard-drive, or opened and read immediately.
this site you will find lots of informational resources (mainly requiring an access fee) about coaching, counselling
and psychotherapy services to help with all kinds of emotional, behavioural and relationship difficulties and problems; and
public performance difficulties. Counselling, coaching and psychotherapy in Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, UK;
and all over the world via the telephone system and by email.
Coaching and Counselling services is the home of Cognitive Emotive Narrative Therapy (CENT) - which is an integration of Rational
Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT), Transactional Analysis (TA), Narrative therapy, Attachment theory, Zen Buddhist philosophy,
Stoic philosophy, Moral philosophy, and several other systems.