One-to-One Counselling and Personal Therapy in Lancashire.

If you’re looking for counselling and personal therapy in Lancashire, look no further than Jane Wareing Counsellor & Psychotherapist. Ideal for short-term solutions our counselling usually last for 6 to 12 sessions, this is with a check-in at the midpoint to see if counselling is working for you,. Counselling sessions can be in my therapy room or on a walk-and-talk if you prefer. If you feel you require further assistance, Get in touch today to speak with a professional counsellor. 

Your Initial Assessment

At Jane Wareing Counsellor & Psychotherapist, counselling begins with an initial assessment. Before your sessions commence, I will invite you to my therapy room/phone call to discuss all your mental health-related issues and determine what kind of sessions will be most beneficial to you. Providing a one-to-one personalised approach, I am fully committed to meeting all your needs. You may prefer to have this conversation via telephone or email,  or online via zoom which is absolutely fine.

Long-Term Psychotherapy and Trauma Counselling in Lancashire

Do you require trauma counselling ? Based in Lancashire Jane Wareing Counsellor & Psychotherapist provides psychotherapy services for a variety of clients. Psychotherapy is a more long-term solution than counselling, allowing me to focus on a wider range of issues, including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder  and complex trauma. Get in touch today for more information about the counselling I can offer..

In-Depth Sessions

My one-on-one professional approach to psychotherapy enables me to provide in-depth trauma counselling for all your needs. Starting with an initial assessment, I offer a safe comfortable space, you can kick off your shoes and put your feet up.

 As well as offering sessions in my therapy room in Preston, I also provide walk-and-talk therapy for clients on request. (weather permitting)  Online therapy is now available.

Online Therapy £35

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.