©2019 by Anusia Manduk-Cheyne Counselling.

Are you experiencing depression, anxiety, stress, anger, bereavement, feelings around sexual abuse, self-esteem issues, family issues, student issues or other difficulties in life?

Do you ever wonder how it would feel to be accepted by another person for who you are? How would you feel not having to hide parts of yourself, or your experience? How would it feel to tell someone what you are really feeling, to experience being truly heard, whilst being received with an open heart? I can offer this to you within our therapeutic relationship, be it with long or short term work.

Each person is unique and may have differing reasons for being drawn to counselling. Maybe you are experiencing feelings of unhappiness, anger, confusion, trauma or anxiety?

I am ‘non-directive’ in my approach, which means that you as my client lead on our sessions. I won’t tell you what to do, or offer advice, as I believe that you hold the answers within yourself. I will be by your side aiming to offer you the best environment to support you in your process.

I offer a free 30 minute no obligation first session to see if we are the right ‘fit’ together.

I will offer you empathy, unconditional acceptance, warmth, and a genuine non-judgmental relationship when we meet. There will be no pressure for you to commit to further sessions. 


Some examples of issues I have supported clients therapeutically with are:


Depression

Stress

Anxiety
Low mood

Suicidal thoughts

Self harm

Bereavement
Guilt
Shame
Feeling lost
Feeling oppressed
Relationship issues
Identity


I have also worked therapeutically with clients seeking asylum, and clients with additional needs and disabilities.

I offer therapeutic relationships to all potential clients from differing walks of life, cultures and communities,

and additionally have three specialist areas:

Domestic abuse and violence

Physical Disabilities, Contact Impairments & Brain Injury

Queer (or LGBTQAI*)