Hello. I'm Sally Piper, a qualified and registered counsellor.
Whatever may be impacting you, counselling provides the time and space to prioritise your needs and explore and understand what is going on for you. As a counsellor offering counselling therapy for Fareham, Eastleigh, Hedge End and surrounding areas, I can help you find your best way forward, overcome problems and adversities you may be facing, and feel more in control. I can work with you to identify your strengths and build on your resources, explore and make sense of past and current events and recurring patterns in your life, and help you understand and express your feelings more fully.
I provide face-to-face counselling for individuals aged 18 and over and have experience working with a wide age range as well as with a wide range of difficulties.
Although this list is not exhaustive, I work with the following:
Low self-esteem/low self-confidence
Loss and bereavement
Work related issues
I offer a private, safe, professional, confidential and accepting environment for us to work together, always respecting that you are the expert on yourself, although you may not currently feel this. I will be genuinely interested in you, helping you to explore what your experiences mean to you and how you are impacted by them. I will regard it as a privilege to be able to accompany you through your process at a pace that is right for you, treating you with compassion and respecting your dignity at all times.
I believe everyone has an innate capacity for change and growth. If you want to make changes in your life, I will support you and work alongside you.
I am a qualified and registered counsellor offering counselling therapy for Fareham, Eastleigh, Hedge End and surrounding areas.
If you have any questions about my practice or would like to make an appointment, please text or phone me on 07938 218967, or click here to email. I will be happy to hear from you and aim to respond within 24 hours, or next working day.
Registered member of the BACP practicing in accordance with their Ethical Framework.
Time to Talk is a national campaign led by Time to Change. Its aim is to get everyone talking about mental health and thereby address and eliminate the stigma surrounding it.
Mental health problems affect one in four of us, yet we may still feel isolated and ashamed when we are struggling with our own mental health. This year, Time to Talk Day is on Thursday 6 February. By encouraging open and honest conversations and sharing how we are feeling, the hope is that barriers will be broken down, relationships improved and recovery aided.
Talking about our feelings is not a sign of weakness.