Joanne Parkes Counselling Service provides a safe, professional and discreet environment where every person is recognised as being unique.
I am a qualified counsellor and registered member of the British Association for counselling, which means I work within the boundaries and standards of behaviour set by the BACP’s ethical framework.
I ensure that you are heard, and your needs are explored and met. I can access and explore a treatment plan with you during an initial session.
Throughout my work I have gained a lot of experience working with adults and young people going through a range of issues including:
Stress, Bullying, Family Separation, Anxiety, Sexuality Abuse, Depression Gender, Self-esteem, Self Harm, Loss Confidence, Bereavement, Trauma, Anger, Loneliness, Isolation, Relationships, Suicidal Ideation, Eating Disorders
Face to Face Therapy
Giving you the opportunity to discuss, explore and express in confidence whatever may be going on for you with a trained and professional councellor.
This could be more practically and financially feasible for you. You don’t have to travel long distances to see a therapist and it can fit around your time. This may especially suit people living in remote areas.
Walk and talk therapy can be helpful for those people who find traditional counselling difficult. By walking together outdoors, both you and I will be journeying into something new together.
School councillor supports the physical, mental health and emotional web-being of students. To enable students to process their problems and plan goals and actions.
Pre-marriage counselling is a type of therapy that helps couples prepare for marriage, at the start of any relationship it is exciting and thrilling as you start to get to know each other and form a new life together.
All relationships have ups and downs, but sometimes they can get a bit stuck and it’s hard to talk things through or get to a positive solution. That’s when help from a skilled couple relationship counsellor can make all the difference.