I have found that the most effective tool for working on any issue is the relationship that is created between counsellor and client. There is no substitute for this, and sometimes that can be enough. However, I am aware that not everyone is ready for counselling. In addition, not everyone has the time or resources to engage in regular sessions.
I have put together a series of toolkits to help people with the issues set out below. Click on each image to access each toolkit.
If you are struggling with something, please do get in touch. Whether you find these toolkits useful or not, it is important that you get the opportunity to explore your experiences with a trained professional. I will give you time to make sense of your experiences, and together we can achieve a sustainable change
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Chris Warren-Dickins PDip MA. Counsellor and coach