Frequently Asked Questions
Why relationship cannot work without communication?Couplles that don't lean to conciously communicate will facee issues when it comes to intimacy, conflict, and relational growth,... If you struggle to communicate in a way that evolves your relationship, then over time you will find that you grow apart.
Why schools should have therapists?Overall staff knowledge of signs and symptoms of distress will increase. Having a mental health professional on school grounds can help develop staff understanding of distressed student behaviour. A wilder school-based mental health therapist says: A student talked about how she can't concentrate in school.
What is school-based counselling?School-based counselling is a professional activity, delivered by qualified practitioners in schools. Counsellors offer troubled and/or distressed children and young people an opportunity to explore and understand their difficulties within a relationship of agreed confidentiality. School-based counseling is one of the most prevakent forms of psychological therapy for children and young people in the UK with between 70,000-90,000 cases seen in UK secondary schoold each year. However, provision is inconsistent and many children in England do not have access to a counsellor iin their school.
What my Clients Say?
Julieann made me feel at ease from day one and comes across as warm and relatable. In therapy Julieann helped me to address my self deprecating thought patterns and start being more compassionate towards myself. I find her approach to be one that will gently challenge your undesired patterns and empower you to love yourself enough to change. Very affirming and encouraging way of working.
~ Trainee Counsellor 23y/0