|Connections Counselling & Psychotherapy|
|Face-to-face Counselling and Psychotherapy||
We are happy to have an initial consultation with anyone who
is committed to working through their problems with us. We counsel people with
a range of relationship and personal problems including:
difficult relationships, coping with divorce, pre-marriage problems, sexual difficulties, abuse (mental, physical, sexual, spiritual), living with difficult relations (including parents and children), assertiveness, stress, loss, grief, redundancy, depression, difficult decision making, addictions, anger, aggression, conflict, infertility, sexuality, self-image, eating disorders, obsessions (OCD), personality disorders, dependency, avoidance, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
We offer a variety of counselling approaches but are committed to starting where the clients are and to working in a way which they feel comfortable with. Broadly speaking we adopt person-centred and cognitive approaches.
Most of our clients come once a week or once a fortnight. Some come for between four and ten sessions; others come for a much longer period. You are in control. You attend the number of counselling sessions that seems best for you.
|Couple Counselling and Psychotherapy / Marriage Counselling||When relationships become boring or difficult it is sometimes tempting to ignore the problem or to walk away. Some couples want to try to face the issues and attempt to resolve them. People come for couple counselling / marriage counselling for a range of issues such as repetitive arguments, feelings of distance or emptiness in the relationship, pervasive feelings of anger, resentment and or dissatisfaction or lack of interest in affection or in a physical relationship with one another. Couples that come for therapy usually find that they are able to benefit from coming together and working with a professional to help them begin to do things differently and to gain insights into what is happening between them.|
|Telephone Counselling and Psychotherapy||For clients who find it difficult or impossible to travel to us, this may be a possible alternative to, or support for face-to-face counselling. We would agree a date and time for you to call us for a telephone session. Please visit Dial A Counsellor, our Phone Counselling and Psychotherapy site for details. We are happy to work with both individuals and couples by phone. Please note this is not an emergency helpline. Counselling sessions would need to be booked in advance. We can supply either a UK or a US number for you to call and offer international conferencing facilities.|
|Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)||Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) is a way of working with clients that has recently received a lot of positive attention in the press, has received significant government funding promoting it, and has a large research base behind it demonstrating it can be very effective. James Rye has trained in using cognitive therapies (Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (REBT) via the Alert Ellis Institute in New York, and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) at the University of East Anglia). For more information on CBT and on whether it might be right for you, have a look at our sister site CBT Counselling.|
|Secure Chat Counselling and Psychotherapy||
Secure Chat Counselling and Psychotherapy
For clients who find it difficult or impossible to travel to us, this may be a possible alternative to, or support for face-to-face counselling. Please note if you wish to have secure chat counselling you would need to book an appointment with us and download and install the appropriate free chat software.
|Counselling & Psychotherapy Supervision||Supervision for Counsellors, Psychotherapists, and Play Therapists We are qualified therapy supervisors and are able to offer clinical supervision for counsellors and psychotherapists. We are also able to offer supervision for therapists working with children.|
Connections Counselling and Psychotherapy Podcasts
We are developing a series of brief podcasts, all 5 -10 minutes long, to help clients and potential clients begin to think about issues.
You can subscribe to the free podcasts in iTunes and load them onto your iPod or iPhone by clicking HERE. Alternatively download and play episodes by clicking the links below:
|Corporate Counselling and Psychotherapy||We work with a range of Employee Assistance Programmes and Occupational Health Specialists offering fixed term counselling for employees (for example, Argent Rehabilitation, Psycho-Legal-Medical, Employee Advisory Resource, Norwich Union Occupational Health, Wellbeing Solutions Management, The Validium Group, Corpore, Oakdale Services Ltd., FirstAssist, Borough Council of Kings Lynn and West Norfolk, First Eastern Counties Buses, Veolia, Freebridge Community Housing, Workplace Options UK, Maitland Medical, Mind Matters, Retail Trust, Psychology Works, Norfolk Country Council, East Anglian Ambulance Service, ITV/Jeremy Kyle Show, NFU Mutual, Rehab@Work Ltd, Centrica, King's Lynn Power Station, Army Welfare Service, MHCO Talking Therapies, Bush & Company Rehabilitation, Moving Minds, Nicholas Hamond Academy, South Norfolk Council, Insight Healthcare Ltd, Workplace Health and Wellbeing, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Capita). We also receive enquiries and referals from General Practitioners, Solicitors, Social Services, Adoption Agencies, and Charities. If you are an employer and are interested in finding how we could help you provide appropriate support for your staff, please contact us for an exploratory discussion.|
|Counsellor and Psychotherapy Training||We were trained and experienced communicators before becoming counsellors and have worked for a number of years in secondary, further, adult, and higher education. James worked for a number of years training teachers to hone their craft. We are able to offer training days and short courses on counselling and interpersonal skills. In the past we have delivered training for NHS groups, for staff at The One to One Project (King's Lynn), for Mr Bees' Family Centre (King's Lynn), for counsellors and psychotherapists via Peterborough Counsellor Training, and for the Psychologists Protection Society (PPS). If you are looking for a trainer to deliver a half-day, day, or short course, please contact us.|
© James & Nina Rye 2001-2017. All rights reserved.
Connections Counselling Ltd (Registered in England: No.4361171)
8 Grafton Road, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE30 3HA, UK
ph.+44 (0)1553 673628, mob.+44 (0)7590 196500, fax.+44 (0)7050 694776