People come for support for many different reasons and whether you are new to this or have been before it can be a daunting prospect. It may seem difficult to consider sharing private and personal difficulties with a stranger but it can play an important part in your journey of healing and growth in the short term and over longer periods.
In her practice Celia aims to be as true to the person-centred approach as she can be. She is not here to tell you what to do. Instead she aims to understand and accept you as you try to make sense of your experience. Your own history, thoughts, feelings and emotions are unique and consequently your solutions will be too. You are the expert in your life and Celia will support you to explore your experiences, to ease confusion and help you move forward.
It is up to you what you bring to a session and each person uses the space in a different way. Some know what they want and need and others can be unsure, but that is worked out together. It can at times be a challenging process but in offering support in a non-judgemental and caring way Celia looks to offer you a safe space to discover and explore your inner resources.