The Hamblin Low-Cost Clinic initiative is intended as a service to the community, with the aim of making complementary therapies affordable to all who may benefit from them. All Low-Cost Clinic appointments must be booked via the Hamblin Centre office: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 01243 572109
(Please note that the practitioners who offer their time for Low-Cost Clinics, as well as the Hamblin Centre, incur a financial loss when an appointment is missed. To make the Low-Cost Clinic sustainable for the future, we must therefore ask for advance payment for appointments. Please speak to the office if this poses a problem.)
Tuesdays 10am-12pm. Margaret O'Kelly has many years of experience of working with people of all ages, covering a wide range of issues. Margaret is offering subsidised sessions to make the much-needed service of counselling affordable and accessible for all who could benefit from it. Every person has an innate capacity to reach their full potential. Counselling can help you rediscover your own resources and think about what might be standing in the way. With this in mind, you will work together with Margaret to look at what has happened in your life in the past and how that affects the present. Margaret also practises solution-focused counselling, working on agreed and specific issues.
Wednesdays 10am-12pm from 02/10/19. Jackie O'Neill is a person-centred counsellor and therapeutic coach. The thera peutic relationship is at the heart of her practice. While we are our own best expert on our lives, when problems and obstacles arise, it helps to talk to someone not directly involved in a confidential environment. After an initial consultation, ‘walk and talk’ sessions in the peaceful and beautiful grounds of the Hamblin Centre can be arranged if wished, as a powerful tool for change. Walking side by side in nature can perhaps be less intimidating than a more formal environment of a counselling room. Moving at your pace, you may wish to stop or sit. for reflection but we are generally moving forward, which is a great metaphor for making progress.
£20 per 50-minute session.
Friendly disclaimer: The Hamblin Trust is unable to endorse any particular teacher, practitioner, therapist or speaker who practises, advertises or runs an event here. This is a matter for each individual to assess and take further if they wish.