Coaches For Professionals Grimsby

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Victims Support
01472 250251
10 Town Hall Street
Rape Crisis
01472 322111
Resource Centre
Kids Like Kane
01472 250044
81-83 Pasture Street
Advice Centre
01472 871383
Nunsthorpe & Bradley Park Resource Centre
Squirrel Lodge Ministries
01472 398427
1 Paddock Mews
Market Rasen
01472 354392
35 Chantry Lane
Citizens Advice Bureau
01472 252500
4 Town Hall Street
Soundboard Counselling Service
07775 748209
3 Henry Street
Anne Williams
01472 841213
Doug Blyth
01507 313549
Brook Cottage
Market Rasen
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Counselling Services

  • Life & Work Related Coaching
  • Counselling & Psychotherapy

Counselling Services

During particularly stressful events and times when things need a kick start, many of us are increasingly appreciating the value of the services on offer from life coaches, counsellors, mentors, psychotherapists and complementary therapists.

Coaches, counsellors and psychotherapists are not intimately involved in your problem and can offer impartial one to one support and guidance. Before you proceed it is useful to understand the type and depth of services on offer.

Life and work-related coaches tend to address issues that are generally considered to be achievable in a relatively short period of time by looking at the future differently and boosting your confidence. Counsellors and psychotherapists are trained and qualified to focus on deeper underlying issues that may be preventing you from moving forward.

You may feel you could use some help but how do you decide upon the type of support that is most suited to your specific needs at this particular point in your life? Carrying out a personal SWOT may help you to focus on what you need.

If you want to discuss any issues with people who have experienced what you are going through, then try the discussion forum.

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