Are you having trouble controlling your anger? Jane Wareing Counsellor & Psychotherapist provides anger management counselling services in Preston, Lancashire, and the surrounding areas. Backed by a wide array of experience in working with people who have anger issues and problems with substance misuse, I have the skills and expertise to help you vent effectively. Whether you want to meet at my therapy room or walk and talk about your issues, get in touch today to request an initial assessment.
Anger management issues can lead to more serious mental health-related issues if not addressed, including:
Why You Need Anger Management
Having worked with clients who have these problems, I am well equipped to provide helpful therapeutic solutions.
Suicidal Ideation and Self-Harm Counselling in Lancashire
Have you experienced suicidal thoughts? Working with clients in Preston Lancashire, and the surrounding areas, I provide effective and compassionate counselling for issues relating to suicidal ideation and self-harm. Whatever your needs, regarding your mental health, start with an initial consultation to assess your needs. This can provide you with the opportunity to ask any questions you may have and for me to explain a little more about how I work and what I can offer. You may prefer to have this conversation via telephone, email or online via zoom which is absolutely fine.
Get in touch today to find out more.
Having undertaken Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training, I am well equipped to tailor my counselling sessions to your requirements. Whether you prefer face to face in my counselling room or go for a walk-and-talk session, or online I provide a one-to-one personal approach to all of my clients.
A meeting together within a safe space in a room at home, communication can work well for both therapist and client. It can offer accessibility and flexibility, no need to travel and ideal for people on the go or who have to stay at home for the next few weeks on isolation. It is convenient for those who find it difficult to leave their home or have parents and/or young children to look after.
Therapy is more accessible and just as effective as face-to-face or via the phone.