Counselling

Counselling might be beneficial for you if:

  • Something has been troubling you over a period of time and you’re having difficulty finding a solution on your own.
  • Things are getting on top of you, and affecting your well-being, for example, causing anxiety, stress or depression
  • You find it hard to talk to friends or family because they are directly involved in the issues.
  • Issues from the past are having an impact on your day to day life.
  • Things that are troubling you are having a negative impact on your relationships or work.

Click on the calendar below to have an informal conversation and find out how we can help you.

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Renae McCalla-Kay

Renae McCalla-Kay

P3 Business Care Accredited Counsellor

Our P3 Business Care Accredited Counsellor

am an independent BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy)  registered counsellor. I provide a safe, confidential space to allow you to explore the issues of life you are currently facing, with respect and without judgment. I work as an Integrative counsellor with my approach based on offering a person-centered way of working to bring empathy, genuine regard for you and your circumstances and acceptance and care for you as a person. I am passionate about providing you with a space to be able to explore issues that are causing you concern, distress and heartache. 
 
We will have a set time each week of 50 mins per session, to talk about whatever you choose to bring and explore.
Please contact me at support@p3businesscare.com 
Office (01224) 472516
Mobile 07789778132
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