Nabeelah Khan-Cheema BA (Hons), MBACP
The Treatment Rooms
1617-1619 Warwick Road
Solihull Wellbeing Clinic
15 Highfield Road
Motherhood can be a very challenging time.
Can you relate to any of these issues?
- Do you feel stressed, overwhelmed and frustrated on a daily basis?
- Do you constantly worry that you are not ‘getting it right’ and feel inadequate and laden with guilt?
- Are you struggling with the transition from the world of work to motherhood and don’t recognize yourself anymore?
- Are you feeling anxious, lonely and disconnected from the adult world?
- Are you struggling to control your anger?
- Has motherhood caused a strain on your relationships?
- Are you struggling with ‘empty nest syndrome’ now that your children have left home?
In a society where there is so much pressure to be the ‘perfect mum’, asking for help can be difficult. But you don’t need to struggle on your own. Asking for help is not a sign of weakness. It’s actually recognising that in order to be the best parent you can be, you need to take care of your own emotional wellbeing first.
How counselling could help
Motherhood is a major life transition that can affect your self-esteem, and you can start to lose trust in who you are.
My aim is to provide a supportive and calm space, where you can speak freely, without the fear of being judged. Counselling can give you the opportunity to stop and think about your needs, to start valuing yourself and make the choices that feel right for you.
A few of the benefits of counselling reported by clients are:
- Feeling calmer and more able to cope
- Being less concerned with what other mums are doing
- Shouting at the kids less often
- Being able to prioritise and say ‘no’ without feeling guilty
- Fewer arguments and more intimacy with your partner
- Having more energy and sleeping better
So if you are struggling at the moment, counselling could help.
For more details please visit my website.
If you have any questions or concerns, you can get in touch to arrange a free 10 minute telephone consultation.
Training, qualifications & experience
For the past 30 years I have worked in the caring profession within the NHS. However, after personally experiencing the life-changing benefits of counselling, I decided to re-train to become a counsellor.
I am also a mum of grown up children, and I have ‘survived’ some of the challenges that motherhood can bring.
Qualifications and Training:
- BA (Hons) Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy (Warwick University)
- Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Practitioner
- Anger management Training
- Creative approaches in counselling
- RSA Certificate in Counselling Skills
- BSc (Hons) Health Sciences
I am a registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and work within its ethics and codes. I engage in on-going professional development and I hold an enhanced DBS certificate.
Areas of counselling I deal with
- Family issues
- Feeling sad
- Generalised anxiety disorder
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
£45 per session (50 minutes)
I work from conveniently situated rooms in Solihull and Birmingham, with on-street parking, bus routes and disabled access.
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