Jenny Dark Counselling
Sometimes life can feel overwhelming for a variety of different reasons. You may be able to identify why you feel the way you do or you may just know things are not right but you are unsure why or what can be done to help. It can be hard to talk about things but counselling provides an opportunity to process and talk about things that are troubling you in a safe environment without fear of judgement.
I'm Jenny and I’m an integrative therapist. This means that I tailor my approach to each individual client, drawing on different therapeutic approaches to provide the most appropriate support for you.
Through the counselling process, I seek to provide a safe, non-judgemental space where you can explore issues and work towards achieving your goals.
I look forwards to working with you and creating a space where you can feel heard and seen.
What should I expect from counselling?
Counselling is not about giving you advice, or telling you what to do, but about helping you explore the areas of your life you choose to bring to the sessions by providing a non-judgemental space for you to explore issues at your own pace.
Counselling is not a quick fix, but a process helping you to gain a greater understanding of yourself and your relationships.
I work with clients with a range of concerns including, stress, anxiety, depression, grief, loss, low self-esteem and relationship difficulties.
I am a Christian counsellor and experienced in working with issues of faith and spirituality within the counselling process.
How does online counselling work?
There are plenty of benefits to having online counselling.
Working with a counsellor online means you have access to a wider range of counsellors, not just those who work near you.
Less time travelling can provide more flexibility and make it easier to find time for regular sessions in a busy schedule.
Many clients also feel more comfortable being in their own homes.
To ensure you get the most out of counselling, it is important to make sure you have enough privacy so that you feel you can talk openly during your sessions.
Although you don't need to physically travel to a counselling room, it is a good idea to plan in sometime after each session where you can process your thoughts before going back to work.
Taking the first step towards counselling can feel daunting and it is normal to have questions. Please feel free to get in touch to schedule an initial consultation or to ask any questions you may have.
Level 5 Diploma in Integrative Counselling - Heart & Mind, London
Certificate in Counselling Skills & Theory - Heart & Mind, London
Registered Counsellor Member, Association of Christians in Counselling
BA (Hons), PGCE