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Face-to-face counselling

Face-to-face counselling enables you to talk in a safe space, away from your day-to-day environment. This more traditional way of having counselling is best suited to people who feel they need body language and non-verbal cues to effectively communicate with their counsellor. It is also preferred by people who feel they need to have a space separate from their home or other private environment to be able to freely and comfortably talk about their problems. Face-to-face counselling sessions are held in quiet and comfortable therapy rooms in Swansea.

Online counselling

Online counselling takes place via video call, allowing you to talk from a place that suits you. Online counselling is suitable for people who are comfortable using technology and who want greater flexibility and convenience about where they have counselling. It is particularly useful for people who struggle to leave their own environment or have difficulties travelling.

Zoom video communications is the platform used for online counselling, as it is a secure, encrypted service to ensure your privacy. You should be comfortable with using technology and ensure you have a private space to have online counselling.

Telephone counselling

Telephone counselling is a convenient way of having support when face-to-face or online counselling are not feasible. You simply need a good phone connection and private space. This form of counselling is particularly useful to people with accessibility issues and to people who may find it difficult to use technology for online counselling.

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What counselling with Christina Deias could help with:

  • Depression and Anxiety
    Counselling for people struggling with depression and/or anxiety.
  • Eating Disorders
    Counselling for eating disorders including anorexia, bulimia, binge eating and other eating issues.
  • Trauma, Abuse and other mental health issues
    Counselling for people who have faced trauma, abuse or other significant life experiences.

Offering professional, approachable counselling services