Psychotherapy and Life Coaching
BA (Hons) MBACP (Accred)
I offer long and short term therapy to adults age 18 upwards and couples.
To arrange a free and informal introductory discussion without commitment please call me on 07592540122 or email Hilary@hilaryoneill.co.uk
Each enquiry is totally confidential.
Acknowledging that each client is different, I take an integrative approach to counselling which draws on and combines a range of therapies. By being open minded in this way, I can help you to understand the nature of your challenges and together we can develop practical strategies to overcome problems.
I hold a BA (Hons) in integrative counselling, as well as a Life Coach at Coaches Training Institute (CTI) using a style of coaching which motivates an individual to reach their full potential as well as exploring ways of ensuring more balance and fulfilment in their lives.
Thanks to my work and life experience, both in business and not-for-profit organisations I feel I can relate to clients from a range of backgrounds.
I am an accredited member of the BACP and abide by its code of ethics, diversity and good practice. I have also completed further training programs on the subjects of phobias, Mindfulness (which is proven in its effectiveness when dealing with anxiety, depression and stress) Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, (looking at how negative thought patterns affect the way we feel and act), insomnia, infertility, anger problems, panic disorder, Obsessive-compulsive Disorder and Personality Disorders. Additionally, I am an EMDR (treatment of psychological trauma) practitioner.
Areas I Cover
As a counsellor I have gained valuable insight of working with individuals and couples on a range of difficulties including: Depression, anxiety, stress, relationship problems, bereavement, phobias, post-traumatic stress, self harm, anger management, career, low self esteem, low self confidence, work related stress, trauma, infertility, abuse and postnatal depression.
“People not only gain understanding through reflection, they evaluate and alter their own thinking” — Albert Bandura