Counselling for Adults

Life can present us with challenges and opportunities that knock us off course, make us question who we are and what life’s all about. You may be looking for support through a time of difficulty or wish to explore issues from your past which are causing you suffering, or find the courage to take new risks.

I work with adults feeling ‘stuck’ or confused, or experiencing difficulties with:

  • relationships
  • grief or loss
  • depression
  • stress
  • work – life balance
  • eating disorders
  • low self esteem
  • anxiety
  • trauma and abuse,
  • mid-life crisis,
  • searching for meaning, identity
  • looking to fulfill their potential.

I have a special interest in working with people who are seeking to live more creatively.

I also work with couples experiencing difficulties in their relationship.

I use range of approaches to suit each individual’s preferences and needs.

Student Counselling

Studying away from home offers new freedoms, challenges and opportunities which can be both exciting and overwhelming. Counselling and psychotherapy can support students finding their way with:

  • Transitions and independence
  • Dealing with other’s and your own expectations
  • Developing new relationships
  • Sexuality and sexual relationships
  • Balancing work, study and social life
  • Planning your future and finding a direction
  • Anxiety
  • Coping with depression
  • Using drugs to manage feelings
  • Exam stress
  • Rape and abuse
  • Body image
  • Eating disorders

Find out more about counselling for adults
Find out more about counselling for children and young people
Contact me by email or telephone 07742 214720
Catherine Bishop, Counselling and Psychotherapy
in Brighton and Hove, East Sussex