If an individual is brave enough to begin the process and honest enough to speak their truths, the outcome can be amazing: from huge life changing breakthroughs to small but subtle realisations that have profound effects on life.
Corporate Counselling Services
Increasingly, we lead stressful and pressured lives and this inevitably affects our mood, our relationships and thus our productivity, creativity and ability to cope.
Some may see therapy as a scary prospect, but don’t be put off. The pace of sessions is dictated by you; it can be thought of as a forum for venting some of life’s frustrations or for resolving more fundamental emotional issues. It can deal with long term needs or simply day-to-day ones that require greater understanding. Sessions can be short term or ongoing, the choice is yours.
Each session is personalised to match your explicit and implicit needs. These needs are often fluid and changeable.
I am a psychosynthesis trained psychotherapist, counsellor and coach having qualified in 2003 with a Post Graduate Diploma in psychosynthesis therapy gained at the Psychosynthesis and Education Trust in London. I am BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) and BABCP (British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies) registered and work in accordance with their ethical framework.
Confidentiality is guaranteed.
Why Use a Corporate Therapist?
People spend long hours at work these days. Any team member suffering from difficulties rooted either outside or from within the working environment will likely create ripples that effects the work dynamics and therefore the productivity of the team. It makes sense to resolve these issues.
A corporate therapist can support the individual in better understanding themselves, the nature of the dynamic in which they work and in finding solutions which improve understanding and harmony and in doing so greater engagement, satisfaction and thus productivity.
Any organisation engaging a corporate therapist is sending a strong message about their organisational emotional intelligence and the style of their corporate responsibility. Corporate therapy is becoming increasingly common in organisations that are committed to reducing the stigma around mental health and where leadership acknowledge that they have a responsibility to the people they employ.
“Coming here was a true gift. It has helped me improve my relationships with others, and more importantly, it has helped improve the relationship that I have with myself. I believe it has the potential to make anyone a happier person.” – MM