Telephone and Email Counselling
The aim of counselling is to establish a therapeutic relationship in which the client achieves personal growth. This self-awareness can facilitate positive change through a deeper understanding of oneself.
This aim can also be achieved via telephone or email counselling. This method is a realistic option for those people who have little spare time to commit to face to face counselling. However, it will still require a regular commitment in order to achieve results.
Face to face contact is always preferable, as body language, tone and pitch of voice and appearance are all instrumental when conveying a message. Therefore, it is advisable to supplement telephone or email counselling with occasional face to face counselling sessions.
As the written word can be equally as powerful as the spoken word, telephone or email counselling can be very effective in resolving common issues such as anxiety, depression and grieving following a bereavement.
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About Sally Klinkenborg
I have been working as a nurse and counsellor for the past 30 years. I counsel people on a one to one basis and in small groups where appropriate. I am happy to visit clients at home who have poor mobility or who are suffering from agoraphobia, for example.I am now offering couples counselling, following further training. I will always endeavour to listen to each partner carefully, as this can be … Read more
Located in Tring.
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