Beach Hut

SHED LIGHT

a) to make something easier to understand, by providing new or better information

- Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English

 
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Hello

I am Zoe and I work with clients throughout Sheffield and the surrounding areas, both face to face or by video calling/telephone, facilitating therapeutic relationships in which they can work on their personal growth and self-awareness. 

You may be feeling depressed or anxious, or that you need to rediscover who you are.  

It may be that you are feeling overwhelmed by life’s demands. Or feeling low or like something is not quite right?

Maybe you are wanting to make some changes in your life and aren't sure where to start?

 Whatever it is that you would like to explore, I will work with you to help you find clarity and your own sense of direction, by providing a time and space in which you can explore the things that are troubling you. 

As the client, you will set the agenda for the work we do together. I will be there to sit alongside you while you get to know yourself better and shed light on the things you want to explore during your counselling journey. 

Unlike with the NHS, I work from my garden room, or "the shed" as I call it, designed with your comfort in mind. I do not have lengthy waiting lists, so I can start working with you whenever you need it, for as many sessions as you want. Our work together is not limited according to NHS restrictions. So we can work together at your pace, on the things that matter to you.


 

HOW I WORK

The counselling I offer is Person Centred Counselling. This approach to counselling is one that is centred around the idea that you as the client know yourself better than anyone else. Therefore, you are best placed to know what is best for you.

I will not give you answers, guidance or direction on what you need to do.

What I provide is a space that is free from judgement, that you can use to work out how to find solutions to your problems.

To learn more about the Person Centred Approach to counselling, visit the Person Centred Association's website

www.the-pca.org.uk/

Image by Arno Smit