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Manor House Complementary Therapy Centre
Counselling
 Each Appointment: £40

Appointments are weekly and last 50 minutes, and the cost is £40, with concessions available if needed (sliding scale).

Please ask if you need a concessionary rate.

Therapies  Counselling

Please Note: Gill Becque is available on Tuesday mornings at Hadfield 9am-12pm and Thursday evenings at Glossop 5pm-8pm.

If there are no appointments available, or you would like to discuss how counselling may help you, you can contact Gill Becque by email on gill@gillbecque.co.uk or you can text or telephone 07923590100.


What is Counselling?

Counselling is a confidential service which offers you an opportunity to discover more about yourself and your inner strengths, and it can help to make sense of what is happening to you. It can also help you sort out your needs and priorities, or help you accept things that cannot be changed, enabling you to make decisions and find better ways of coping with your life.

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How can Counselling help me?

Gill aims to offer a safe space, where clients can explore their thoughts, feelings and behaviour. She offers acceptance and non-judgement; her aim being is to help clients find a way forward in difficult times.

The aim of counselling is for the counsellor to help you, and counsellors do this in many different ways. They may just listen, as speaking out loud about your problems helps you put your thoughts in order. The counsellor will not tell you what to do, and you will be left to make your own choices. Some counsellors, however, may go through a whole list of options, and examine the pros and cons of each option, so that you can make better informed decisions. The possibilities are endless, and will depend upon a combination of your particular problem, and the style of counselling undertaken by the counsellor.

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Information about the Counsellor

Gill Becque is a qualified counsellor with hundreds of hours of experience working with young people and adults aged from 16-72. She attends regular workshops (cpd) to inform her work with clients, as well as attendinhg regular supervision. Gill is a member of  the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.

Gill is an experienced counsellor having worked in the NHS and the voluntary sector, with clients from all backgrounds, on many different issues including: - 

  • Abuse
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Self-esteem
  • Self-confidence
  • Bereavement
  • Grief and loss
  • Relationship difficulties
  • Work-related stress
  • Anger
  • Loss of feeling
  • Gender issues
  • Stress

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