Going through a rough patch at home or a tricky situation at work?
Been abused or struggling with life-controlling issues? Feeling
lost, alone, empty? Need someone to talk to? Then counselling might
be helpful in starting a new chapter in your life…
What is counselling?
Counselling is a type of therapeutic
relationship centred on the client, your growth, maturity and
capacity to cope with life. By taking into account the three basic
human dimensions (biological, spiritual and psychological),
counselling taps into your hidden internal strengths so that you can
move forward towards greater well-being.
Counselling provides a better understanding of yourself and others,
while also helping to improve all your relationships. By taking time
out to learn, think and (re)discover yourself, it is possible to
find healing, learn to make the right choices for you and grow into
the person you were meant to be, and love yourself and life again!
Christian counselling provides competent help in both psychological
and spiritual domains, leading to healthy relationships with
oneself, others and God.
How does it work?
We offer you a welcoming,
confidential and non-judgmental atmosphere where you can freely
share what’s on your mind. Together we’ll work back to the root
cause of your issues, allowing us to understand your needs and
relationships, and how you function as a person. Then, by exploring
and applying new life-coping skills, you will be better equipped to
overcome your difficulties in a sustainable way.
I am a qualified trainer and counsellor, with an MA in Counselling.
I am also a certified member of the Association of Christian
Counsellors - France (www.acc-france.fr) and have a Post-graduate
diploma “Violence against Women” from Paris 8.
Trained in Rogerian counselling, I also use different therapeutic
tools from Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies, Neuro-Linguistic
Programming as well as systemic/family therapy so as to offer the
most adapted help to each individual.
I work under the professional ethical codes of conduct of mental
health workers in France and according to the framework of
I am also the local representative for the national association “Une
place pour elles” which aims to bring awareness on domestic violence
and I am trained in working with victims of violence.