Counselling Conversations
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Welcome to Counselling Conversations

Individual Counselling

We Help People With

  • Relationship difficulties whether at home or work.
  • Recurring uncomfortable feelings such as anger, anxiety, depression, helplessness or low self-esteem.
  • Struggles with grief.
  • The desire to change unwanted and destructive behaviour such as addiction or excessive drinking.
  • The effects of abuse
  • The search for a better life through growing and developing.
  • Any other issues that would benefit from a psychological approach.

The Benefits of Individual Counselling

  • Being able to understand yourself in a safe confidential place.
  • The support of someone on your side.
  • Better relationships with your family, friends and at work.
  • Learning to cope better and resolve past hurts and abuse.
  • The ability to change unwanted behavior.
  • Learning tools and techniques that work to help you.
  • Finding a better life for yourself.

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Couples Counselling

We Can Help Couples

  • When they no longer communicate.
  • When arguments seemingly come out of no where.
  • Arguments continually re-occur without resolution.
  • You or your partner no longer trust the other.
  • Sex has stopped or is causing problems.
  • Where there has been infidelity.
  • When separation or divorce seem like the only option.
  • Where violence has occurred.

The Benefits of Couples Counselling

  • Helps people who want to stay together, stay together.
  • Helps eliminate destructive conflict between a couple.
  • Teaches couples how to handle conflict constructively.
  • Promotes friendship between a couple.
  • Encourages partners to be appreciative of each other.
  • Encourages partners to be supportive of each other.
  • Teaches people how to create a meaningful life together.
  • Providing a safe space away from family and friends to sort out your relationship.
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Latest blog posts

Affairs – to tell or not tell, and dealing with the aftermath

Written by Richard Casebow Monday, 07 August 2017 11:32

Affairs happen: as far one can tell they have always happened and always will happen. The question many couples face is how to handle an affair when it is discovered and the question some individuals face, who want to remain with a partner, is, should I tell my partner that I have been having an affair?

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Why I chose Personal Construct Psychology - PCP

Written by Richard Casebow Sunday, 16 July 2017 16:07

My journey to becoming a psychotherapist started back in my mid-twenties when I had occasion to seek psychological help for difficulties I was then having. I had a diagnosis, clinical depression, which is a label I have never found particularly helpful for myself, locating me in a box, with a story I had no wish to belong in of illness, treatment and recovery.

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Donald Trump and Fairytales

Written by Richard Casebow Saturday, 17 June 2017 08:05

Donald Trump may not be out of his mind but he may be an idiot and in saying both things, I am actually saying the same thing: that he lacks a sense of community or fellowship, he lacks a connection with his Self.

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