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What should you expect from a Counsellor?

Recognising that you would like or need counselling is a very brave step. It is critical that your first call or email is treated with sensitivity and responded to in a timely manner. Often this is the reason Clients contact private self employed Counsellors who can be responsive and are not restrictive in number of sessions offered. Understanding how it works often alleviates some of the anxiety you may have, this article focuses on face...

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What should you expect from a Counsellor?

Recognising that you would like or need counselling is a very brave step. It is critical that your first call or email is treated with sensitivity and responded to in a timely manner. Often this is the reason Clients contact private self employed Counsellors who can be responsive and are not restrictive in number of...

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Cloughmills Cultural and Heritage Society Health Promotion Session

What a fantastic morning spent at Cloughmills Cultural and Heritage Society engaging with the group about health promotion and stress management, followed by a brief mindfulness session. We had a great turn out with over 40 individuals in attendance! 100% of the group rated the session as very good or excellent! If you or your...

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Managers Masterclass 2019

Another fantastic group of managers have completed the 6 session Managers Masterclass. It is always appreciated when we get feedback from these sessions; the general consensus of the first masterclass of 2019 was that all aspects of the course were ‘excellent’! This is what some of our managers had to say; ‘The location was easy...

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‘being given time to think outside of the vicious circle of thoughts was very beneficial.’
2019-06-21T10:17:30+00:00
‘being given time to think outside of the vicious circle of thoughts was very beneficial.’
‘I would like to thank Deborah very much for her genuineness throughout our sessions. I felt heard and the rapport was effective which for me is the most important aspect of counselling.’
2019-06-21T10:21:53+00:00
‘I would like to thank Deborah very much for her genuineness throughout our sessions. I felt heard and the rapport was effective which for me is the most important aspect of counselling.’
‘By talking through my thoughts and emotions it was possible for me to become more aware of them, hence I was able to deal with them.’
2019-06-21T10:20:29+00:00
‘By talking through my thoughts and emotions it was possible for me to become more aware of them, hence I was able to deal with them.’
‘Deborah is a very good listener and I would recommend her whole heartedly as a counsellor.’
2019-06-21T10:20:02+00:00
‘Deborah is a very good listener and I would recommend her whole heartedly as a counsellor.’
‘I profited from counselling in so many ways and developed new coping mechanisms as a result. It was very beneficial overall.’
2019-06-21T10:16:28+00:00
‘I profited from counselling in so many ways and developed new coping mechanisms as a result. It was very beneficial overall.’
‘Counselling has helped change my life in the most positive way.’
2019-06-21T10:22:15+00:00
‘Counselling has helped change my life in the most positive way.’
‘I would definitely recommend Deborah to other people. She made me feel very much at ease. I felt able to open up and talk freely about my problems.’
2019-06-21T10:18:53+00:00
‘I would definitely recommend Deborah to other people. She made me feel very much at ease. I felt able to open up and talk freely about my problems.’
‘I have come such a long way! I am so grateful for all of the support. Now I feel equipped for starting a new chapter in my life.’
2019-06-21T10:21:25+00:00
‘I have come such a long way! I am so grateful for all of the support. Now I feel equipped for starting a new chapter in my life.’

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Local PANTS Awareness Workshops to protect children against sexual abuse

The PANTS campaign awareness workshop aims to empower parents, guardians and professionals to have age-appropriate conversations with children aged 4 – 8, to help protect them from sexual abuse.

These sessions are online and FREE to anyone working with or supporting families and children in the community.

Online Workshop Options:
 Friday 18th September
 Tuesday 22nd September
 Tuesday 6th October
 Tuesday 13th October

Time: 10am – 12noon

To book a place on a workshop use the link below:
www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pants-campaign-awareness-training-tickets-115374383888

Note: The closing date for registration is 4 days before each workshop.

Any queries please contact NHSCT Health and Wellbeing Team on 028 2563 5575 or email HealthandWellbeing.TrainingBookings@northerntrust.hscni.net

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