Providing support and counselling to help you resolve problems or difficulties.
One of the benefits of counselling is being able to discuss a problem with someone who is not involved.
Whatever you discuss is private and confidential. The counsellor has no agenda and therefore can listen to you impartially. During your counselling session you can explore issues from a variety of angles, gain new perspectives and even challenge your thinking about something you always considered a certain way.
The aim is to find out the facts, identify what obstacles might be present, and discover your strengths and resilience to deal with the issues. Then, together with the therapist, you decide on a plan/strategy or solution that you feel is the best for you.