Counselling and Psychotherapy in Enfield

The overall aim of counselling is to provide people with the opportunity to work towards living life in a more satisfying and happier way. Counselling can help to resolve many issues, such as addressing specific problems, making decisions, coping with crises, developing personal insight and knowledge, working through feelings, inner conflict, or improving relationships with others.

At Bluebells Counselling we provide help and management with the following issues:

  • Body confidence (accepting your body shape)
  • Eating disorders
  • Fears and phobias
  • Sleep difficulties
  • Work-related stress
  • Sexual health issues
  • Relationship problems
  • Separation/divorce
  • Difficulties making decisions
  • Addictions
  • Abuse
  • Bereavement
  • Anger
  • Anxiety
  • Panic attacks
  • Depression
  • Suicide and suicidal thoughts
  • Low self-esteem/confidence

Sessions at Bluebells Counselling are strictly confidential, and complete discretion is assured.

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    Anger management online counselling Service

    Get instant help for anger issues. Call a therapist or WhatsApp now on +44 7816977334 to arrange an appointment. An immediate appointment can be arranged for you today.

    Anger issues can be divided into two broad groups:

    1) Difficulty in being aware of feelings of anger and expressing anger

    2) Difficulty in controlling anger.

    Often, problems with the former may lead to problems with the latter.

    Like many other issues, the roots of these difficulties often lie in childhood and early experiences within your family and environment. For example, how did your parents handle anger? How did you respond to this?

    Many of us assume that the only ways of handling angry feelings are to either act them out (for example by shouting at someone or using violence), or to suppress them completely. As a result, we can risk becoming either a bully or a doormat.

    But there is another possibility: learning to express anger appropriately. This can be done in such a way that you can make your feelings very clear – but without attacking the person you are angry with. If you can master this skill, then it becomes possible to ‘discharge’ your anger and leave it behind, instead of carrying it around like an unexploded bomb!

    In my experience, work on anger is often about teaching clients how to act assertively and use the powerful energy of anger in creative and constructive ways.

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