Counselling

Jane knows all to well that sometimes there are things that happen in our lives that we need help with. After the death of her children Jane found that some of the main things that helped her learn to live with their loss was the support offered from family, friends, community and counselling.

If you are experiencing feelings of grief, loss, sadness or anxiety, or are struggling with a relationship or changes in your life Jane can help you to navigate and overcome these challenges in a safe, supportive environment.

Jane has bachelors degree in counselling and has experience helping people after the loss of a loved one, women with or at risk of postnatal depression and anxiety, addictions, relationship difficulties and has supported young women in a guidance counselling setting.

Jane is influenced by person centred and narrative therapy approaches. She enjoys collaborative conversations with people that help them discover ways of connecting to what is important to them, and living the life they had hoped for.

Counselling can be in person, Skype or telephone. Contact Jane to arrange a time for a complimentary confidential conversation on how she might help you. 

“Coming out of your home today we felt positive and hopeful for the first time since the accident. That life can continue and still have positivity, hope and happiness in it”