Hello and welcome to my Telephone Counselling Page.
I’m Dr Jim Byrne, in my seventeenth year in counselling and psychotherapy,
during which time I have helped more than 800 individuals to get over their problems of anger, anxiety, depression, stress,
self-confidence, couple conflict and relationship difficulties.
you would like to consult me, to get help resolving one of your own problems, and you cannot get to Hebden Bridge to see me,
then my telephone counselling service would work for you.
single session costs just GBP £40.00 (since 8th July 2015), and lasts for 45 minutes approximately.
During that time, we will talk about
your situation, and how you might make progress in resolving whatever is troubling you.
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Forty-five minutes of Telephone Counselling with Dr Jim Byrne - involving focused work designed
to help you to resolve your current problem or difficulty; or to talk through your feelings. Fee: £40.00.
Details of Telephone Counselling Service
If you are struggling with mild to moderate problems of anger, anxiety and/or depression;
or couple or marriage conflict; or communication problems in relationships; or self-esteem or self-confidence problems, then
I can help you. (For further details of my areas of speicalism, please click this link: seven areas of counselling specialism.)
No matter where you are
in the world, I can help you. Over more than fifteen years of offering Telephone Counselling, I have found that this
system is very effective, despite the lack of body language and face
reading. It is surprising how nuanced our voices can be in communicating subtelties that normally rely
upon body language.
If you are too far away for face to face meetings, or you have a good reason to meet
in some other way, such as because of a disability, etc., then telephone counselling could be the solution to your problem.
This service involves 45 minutes of telephone contact, (on your phone bill), and costs £40.00 GBP per session.
Telephone counselling is a well established alternative to face to face counselling. It is
obviously better to have face to face contact with your counsellor or therapist, but in many situations this is impossible:
for examples, when you are disabled or house-bound; or when you live in an area that is not well served by coaches/counsellors/therapists;
or perhaps there is nobody from the school of counselling that you prefer.
Unsolicited Client Testimonials
receive lots of feedback from clients about their experience of my counselling and therapy services. Here are just three
examples from telephone counselling clients:
"Hi Jim. ... ... On a final note, I have friends who see therapists on a regular basis,
some on medication, etc., and they seem no better off than myself. I believe your work over the phone and internet is as effective
as anything I am observing...so keep up the excellent work. I believe you are really onto something and if I have an opportunity,
I will recommend you to others! I assume you would not mind. ..." J.P., New York City, USA.
Jim, ... Great news! Michelle and I have been getting on really well for at least the past three months, for which we largely
have you and Albert Ellis to thank! I still keep working on my thinking. It is amazing that I still find a lot of unhelpful
ideas, and screwy ideas, washing around in my mind. You will be pleased to know that I persist with identifying and challenging
them, and replacing them with more helpful ideas, just like you taught me". C.G., Paris, France. (Eight sessions of telephone
counselling, including some couples counselling by telephone; plus a few email exchanges).
Jim, ... I have learned so much from you over the past six months. There are now so many things I can do to make myself feel
better that I just didn't see before. ... Thank you so much again for all your help over the months. Your advice was great
and you had the perfect blend of wisdom, suggestion and gentle nudging! I loved it that you used humour and allowed me to
work away at things at my own pace (...). You really suited me perfectly and I'm glad I found you". C.C, Edinburgh, Scotland.
(Six sessions of telephone counselling, plus four exchanges of coaching emails).
I will normally get your order within minutes of your signing up at PayPal, and I will normally respond
to you within a few hours. Delivery of your service is normally possible within a couple of days,
and sometimes less than that. Thus telephone counselling is often very much easier and more convenient to
access than face to face services.
If you find it hard to express
yourself in writing, and you cannot meet face-to-face, then please opt for forty-five minutes of telephone counselling. Sign
up and I will contact you (normally by email) to set up a day/time for you to telephone me. (The number to use when you telephone
the UK] 44 1422 843 629; or
[from inside the UK] 01422 843 629.)
I will remind you of this number when you book your session.
Telephone counselling is much more effective than most people would expect.
Although we do not have face to face contact, the quality of communication is surprisingly good. I have done some of
my best work over the telephone!
Forty-five minutes of Telephone Counselling
with Dr Jim Byrne - involving focused work designed to help you to resolve your current problem or difficulty; or to talk
through your feelings. Fee: £40.00.
On 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.
We use the services of PayPal to sell our self-help resources,
informational packs, and distance learning courses.
ABC Coaching and Counselling Services is the home of
Emotive-Cognitive Embodied-Narrative Therapy (E-CENT) - which
is an integration of: Attachment theory; Rational therapy; Psychodynamic (‘Object relations’) therapy; Cognitive
therapy; Transactional analysis; Narrative therapy; Moderate Buddhist and Stoic philosophies; Moral philosophy; and other