Tory Macdonald - Person-Centred Counsellor

 

Often when we are in despair, the people closest to us are the ones we find it the hardest to talk to – perhaps because we don’t want to worry them, or to appear weak. We may fear that discussing our difficulties with family and friends will cause upset or argument, and that our issues will not be heard properly or fully understood.

 

There are many problems that can be helped through the counselling process. The following is not a definitive list but gives examples of some of the issues that can be explored:

 

  • Anxiety/Panic Attacks

  • Depression

  • Stress

  • Marriage Guidance & Relationship issues

  • Grief/Bereavement

  • Teenage/Adolescent issues (bullying, self-harming, exam stress)

  • Family issues

  • Work related problems (bullying, low self-esteem, being undermined)

  • Health issues

  • Anger Management

  • Sexuality – LGBT related issues

 

I offer face-to-face consultations (50 mins) in a comfortable and non-judgemental environment, for individuals, couples & families. In addition I work with students at Willingdon Community School and St Catherine's College in Eastbourne, as well as consulting clients in other locations, directly and via Skype. I also offer Coaching and Mentoring, as well as a 'Walk & Talk' service (please see my website for full details: www.listening-to-you.co.uk).

 

I am privileged to offer counselling services through CLIC Sargent, to cancer sufferers and their families.

 

I am a Senior Member of ACCPH (Accredited Counsellors, Coaches, Psychotherapists and Hypnotherapists), holding Public Liability Insurance and a DBS Certificate.

For detailed information about my qualifications and experience please visit my website:

www.listening-to-you.co.uk.