We offer student counselling to help you address the personal and emotional problems you may be experiencing.
Proper, experienced Student Counselling can have many advantages for students:
- You can be given support in dealing with a variety of emotional and psychological challenges that you may be experiencing. This in turn may make your college or university place more enjoyable. It may also help you engage more fully with the experience of being a student.
- You can be supported on working with a number of core life skills. These may include things such as communication skills, conflict resolution skills and relaxation skills to name just a few.
What is student counselling with ‘Hope’ like?
Hope Therapy has a team of fully qualified counsellors who are experienced at working with a variety of wellbeing issues.
To ensure your safety and to offer maximum flexibility for you, counselling is currently offered via zoom.
We explore the issues that are of concern to you at the pace that works.
No two students are the same, so no two counselling sessions will be the same. We will take time to fully understand your unique problems and help you explore solutions that best meet your needs.
What if I want a counsellor from a specific background?
If you are looking for a counsellor with a specific background, then just let us know. Common requests might involve someone who is male or female. Or someone experienced in working with questions such as sexuality or matters of diversity. You may also have a specific presentation such as social anxiety or low mood that you wish to discuss. Or you have to do is ask and we will do our best to match you with the right person.
How long will I have to wait?
We will normally be able to put counselling support in place for you literally within a few days.
How do I arrange a session?
All you have to do is get in touch via the link to speak with one of our counselling teams. We can then discuss the options that best meet your needs.
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