Counselling, Psychotherapy and Psychology Blog
Bupa members can now access counselling and psychotherapy with Nicholas Rose in Chiswick. Members of other health insurance providers including PRUHealth can also access the service in Chiswick and also Covent Garden. Please contact Nicholas Rose for details 07789 488 691, email@example.com
Posted by: Nicholas Rose on May 15th, 2011 @ 3:39 PM
If you are a couple in or seeking counselling you maybe interested in the following opportunity. If you are interested please contact either myself or Kirsty Dougall.
MEDIA CALL: Couples seeking relationship help.
Fern Britton’s new Channel 4 show is looking to talk to a couple whose relationship is in serious trouble. They are still very much in love, but feel that separation may be the only option left open to them.
We want to provide you with all the professional advice you need to help you stay together and work out your differences.
You can be assured that this subject matter will be handled in all seriousness and with the aim to provide whatever counselling and advice works best for you and your partner.
If you would like more information, or know a couple that may be interested, please contact Kirsty Dougall on 0207 091 4733, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by: Nicholas Rose on March 10th, 2011 @ 3:38 PM
At times of crisis, people are often nervous to consult counsellors and psychotherapists for a whole range of reasons. Some people are nervous that they will be required to commit to a number of sessions, others feel nervous that they will be told that they are wrong to be seeking counselling, whilst some people feel nervous about how to find the right therapist. I am now able to offer a single "crisis intervention" session as a means to discuss the crisis you are experiencing and decide on the best way forward.
Posted by: Nicholas Rose on November 28th, 2010 @ 3:32 PM
When we are struggling it can be difficult to find help. If you have thought of counselling and psychotherapy but are uncertain whether it might be helpful then we always recommend an initial consultation where we will assess this together however we very much like this self assessment tool - please click on this link.