Counselling and Mindfulness around Canterbury, Folkestone & Dover
Silent Retreat: Stilling the Busy Mind
When: Sunday 30 September 2018
Time: 10am - 3.30pm
Where: The Quiet View, Kingston, Kent CT4
For people with previous experience of meditation or silent comtemplation.
Advanced booking is essential. Please email me to book, or look on the Mindfulness page for further details.
"Wherever you are is the entry point" - Kabir
Sometimes life can feel overwhelming or unfulfilling and you may feel lost.
Counselling can help you make positive emotional changes in your life when you are faced with difficult situations such as overwhelm, stress, caring for people, work challenges, retirement, bereavement and loss, and life direction.
Speaking with a counsellor can help you to develop new skills for managing what life throws at you.
I am an integrative counsellor, which means drawing on a range of different therapeutic options according to what works for you.
To find out more, ring or email me or click on the Counselling page.
I have been a trained Integrative Supervisor since 2005, and provide supervision and reflective practice to both counsellors and others in the helping professions. I offer both one to one and group support based on experience gained within the NHS, community counselling services and whilst running a staff counselling service. Whether you are newly qualified or an experienced practitioner, I would welcome hearing from you.
Mindfulness is about gently training our powers of awareness of our experience as it unfolds. Its benefits are becoming increasingly well-known and include: reduced stress levels, an ability to step back and make wiser choices, increased flexibility and creativity, and embracing life.
I offer one to one sessions, group taster sessions, workshops, retreat days and 8 week Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) courses.
Whether you have never tried mindfulness before or are an experienced practitioner, there is an experience tailored for you. For more details please visit my Mindfulness page.
I work as a counsellor and supervisor in the village of Adisham, within easy reach of Canterbury, Dover, Folkestone, Ash, Sandwich and most of East Kent by car. Road parking is easy, and there is a train station within the village for those willing to undertake a 15 minute walk. To see one of the other counselling locations where I work, visit the website for the HolistiCentre Barham.