ABC Coaching & Counselling Services

If you are looking for help with problems of daily living, would any of the following services help?

  • 1. Manage your anger better…with anger Management Coaching and Counselling.
  • 2. Reduce your social anxiety; your performance anxiety; your interview anxiety; your exam anxiety, etc…with counselling and therapy for all forms of anxiety.
  • 3. Get over your depression and extreme sadness…by getting counselling and therapy help.
  • 4. Improve your communication skills and succeed with people…through coaching and counselling processes.
  • 5. Reduce your stress level…with stress management coaching and counselling services.
  • 6. Develop better relationships with your loved ones…using insights from counselling and therapy, including couples therapy and family therapy.
  • 7. Improve your self confidence, and feel better about yourself …

… through the use of confidence coaching and counselling support. (click the link: seven councelling services).

In a long list of page-links, all show the same URL:  (click on them in the left column).

Contact: Telephone: 44 1422 847 882 (outside UK), or 01422 847 882 (inside UK), Fax: 0800 242 5772, E-mail, or use the online contact-form by clicking on the CONTACT-link in the left column.

What is Counselling? – SOME PRACTICAL DEFINITIONS: In simple terms, counselling involves one person (the counsellor) helping another person (the client) to work through some difficult or painful emotional, behavioural or relationship problem or difficulty.  

That is the form of individual counselling.  Here is my video description of counselling:

see Video: What is Counselling, 9.49 min

A counsellor may also see a couple, especially a married or cohabiting couple, to help them with their relationship.  And some counsellors help whole families to work on their relationship problems.  See also my Couples Therapy page.

Counselling takes place in a confidential meeting, in a quiet room, and is subject to a code of ethics which specifies what the counsellor can and cannot morally do in that context. (See the Accreditation and Ethics page).  Here is an illustration of a counsellor and client engaging in CBT counselling:

see video: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, 5.46 min

As practiced by Jim Byrne, counselling and therapy (and coaching) amount to helping the client to identify the source of their emotional or behavioural problems; and/or to refine their understanding of their practical problems; and/or to clarify their goals in relation to some developmental challenge; and/or to overcome their emotional, behavioural or relationship difficulties or problems. To understand how he operates as a counsellor is to perceive him as a “(relatively) wise philosopher who teaches what he has used to heal his own life” … (more text and videos).


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