Life can be challenging and we all experience problems such as stress, anxiety, depression, and possibly even trauma, that can be difficult to overcome on our own.
There are also various life events that can lead to problems such as work-related stress, relationships problems, bereavement, and even financial blows that can affect us. In the same way, illness, physical pain and injury can also create mental strain and negatively impact your mood.
Counselling, whether online or face-to-face, can help you build resilience and cope better with your difficulties so that you can function better day to day, come to terms with long term or chronic conditions, and maximise your coping.
How Do Our Newcastle Counsellors Work?
Our experienced and expert counsellors in Newcastle provide dedicated face-to face talking therapies and counselling for those in the local area and beyond.
We offer face-to-face sessions for those who want to come to our Jesmond or Gosforth based clinic, and online sessions (via Skype, Zoom, Facetime and WhatsApp video), for those unable to attend in person or live further afield.
By working with our counsellors in Newcastle, you can gain the support to cope with, tackle, or overcome current difficulties in your life.
Who is Counselling for?
Counselling is often best suited when your problems are related to current difficult circumstances, such as trouble at work or at home, a traumatic life event or loss, or difficulty with coming to terms with something, rather than being due to problematic ways of thinking.
For problems related to problematic thinking, seeing a Psychologist for in-depth psychological approach would be more helpful.
We are proud to be able to offer counselling and psychological approaches for a range of problems, irrespective of your age, gender, race, ability, ethnicity or sexuality.
What Problems Can Our Counsellors in Newcastle Help With?
At Newcastle Psychologist & Counselling we provide specialist counselling to help problems such as:
- Stress and Anxiety
- Anger Management
- Changes in Physical Health
- Panic and Anxiety Attacks
- Retirement, Bereavement, and Loss
- Family Problems
- Couples and Relationship Counselling
When you’re experiencing low mood and other negative symptoms due to a current circumstance in your life, it’s best to start counselling early before any unhealthy coping mechanisms or negative thoughts have the chance to become habit in your daily routine and lead to longer term problems.
For Further Information
All of our Specialist Counsellors are highly experienced and qualified to assist you on your journey to better mental health. Each counsellor is fully registered with their respective governing body, and specialises in a range of different problems to help you overcome your difficulty in the best way possible.
If you feel you might benefit from a face-to-face (Jesmond and Gosforth locations) or online appointment (whether via Skype, Zoom, Facetime, or WhatsApp Video) with a counsellor in Newcastle contact us using the form below.
You can also call us on 07966 645 198 to receive advice on whether counselling is the right solution for you and how we might be able to help.
Dr Stuart Sadler
Chartered Clinical Psychologist
Newcastle Psychologist & Counselling