South Essex Counselling offers a safe space to explore any issues, difficulties or problems you may be experiencing.
We are non-judgemental and are here to listen. We use a range of skills to help you uncover answers and find ways to help you cope and deal with what life is throwing at you.
Our focus is to strive for better mental health for all our clients. We do all we can to support our clients so that they can improve their mental health.
We stay up to date with current research and theories to ensure our clients get the best care.
We promise to treat all clients with respect and adhere to our confidentiality policy.
We are members of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). As members we agree to adhere to their ethical framework to ensure best practice and care for our clients. As part of this we also under go clinical supervision to maintain safe and ethical counselling sessions.
This counselling approach advocates that every individual has the answers to their concerns in life. Person-centred counsellors believe that each person possesses the solutions that they are looking for. With guidance, empathy and a strong therapeutic relationship, those solutions can be brought to the surface. For more information on Person-Centred Therapy, please click here.
Psychodynamic therapy is a therapeutic approach that encompasses all analytic therapies. The aim of psychodynamic therapy is to bring the unconscious mind into consciousness - helping individuals to dissect, experience and contemplate their deep-rooted feelings in order to overcome them. Please click this link to find out more about this type of counselling.
The CBT approach believes thoughts, feelings and behaviour are all interconnected. Negative thoughts can occur in a 'vicious circle' and can result in adverse feelings and behaviour. This therapy looks at negative thought patterns and attempts to guide an individual into changing their way of thinking about a particular event or concern. Please click here for more information on CBT.
Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT) is an evidence-based psychotherapy that consists of four components mindfulness, interpersonal effectiveness, distress tolerance and emotional regulation. It can be useful in treating mood disorders, suicidal ideation, and for change in behavioural patterns such as self-harm, and substance abuse.
Anthony specialises in depression, addiction, disability and has worked with individuals of all ages. He is an integrative counsellor and has past experience working in drug and alcohol rehab. He also has a masters in psychology.
50 minute session - £40
50 minute session - £50
50 minute session - £
50 minute session - £40
50 minute session - £45
Over 65s - £30
Students - £30
Our Low Income Initiative was launched to create free access to counselling for those who have limited finances. All of our counsellors have committed to working with one individual at a time for free. This initiative ensures a weekly session over six weeks. Sessions will take place via video conferencing (Skype/Zoom/ FaceTime) or by telephone.