Phoebe FullerCouples & Individual Counselling & Psychotherapy
Kingston-upon-Thames

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Couples and Individual Counselling and Psychotherapy in Kingston-upon-Thames



Welcome to my website

I offer individual and couples counselling in the Kingston upon Thames area.
I have worked as a counsellor and psychotherapist for over 30 years and have a range of experience working with people in private practice and in organisational settings. I am committed to providing a safe, professional, confidential and nonjudgemental environment.

Why seek Counselling / Psychotherapy?

Sometimes for all of us our thoughts and feelings about our lives and ourselves can become overwhelming. At these times it can help to talk to somebody neutral who can facilitate exploration and understanding of this. Complex, uncomfortable feelings or symptoms can be triggered by a recent event, relationship difficulties or remembering an unsettling early experience. We can be going through a personal crisis of some kind, feeling low and anxious, experiencing sleep disturbance, struggling at work, or just feeling troubled inside in a way that is hard to understand or make sense of. You may wish to speak to a psychotherapist on your own or if your issues are impacting on your relationship you may decide that talking jointly with your partner to a couples counsellor could be more helpful.
(See: Couples Counselling page)

I'm experienced in helping clients with:

  • Stress
  • Relationships
  • Marriage breakdown
  • Separation/Divorce
  • Panic attacks/Anxiety
  • Self-esteem/confidence
  • Bereavement/Loss
  • Redundancy/work related issues
  • Depression
  • Compulsive or addictive behaviours
  • Life transitions
  • Troubling past/early experiences
  • Abuse
  • Eating disorders
  • Post-traumatic stress trauma
  • Serious illness/Health related issues

    Counselling or Psychotherapy?

    These terms are often used interchangeably so it can be confusing. Essentially counselling can be focused on a particular issue and may be shorter term whereas psychotherapy tends to involve a more in-depth exploration of one's thoughts and feelings including past life experience and how this has had an impact on you.

    What benefits can be expected?

    Evidence shows that therapy can be effective in helping people achieve greater psychological resilience and an improved quality of life. However counselling and psychotherapy is not a quick fix. It can take time and within the safety of the therapeutic relationship the process of sharing unsettling thoughts and being helped untangle them can be surprisingly powerful. The impact of symptoms can be significantly lessened or even disappear when their underlying cause is explored and understood.

    I recognise arranging to see a therapist can be daunting. Our first meeting offers the chance for us to explore your concerns and decide whether or not we would like to work together. Alternatively you are welcome to have a telephone conversation with me first if this would feel more comfortable.

    My practice is based in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey within easy reach of Surbiton, Twickenham, Teddington, Richmond, Ham, Hampton, New Maldon and the KT2 postcode. For further practical details on both individual and couples therapy please see : (Couples Counselling and Session/Practical information pages)











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