Welcome to One More Day Counselling
“You can go your whole life collecting days,
but none will outweigh the one you wish you had back.”
- Unwanted or unexpected life changes
- Trauma from abusive relationship
- Trauma from growing up with domestic violence
- Dealing with the aftermath of sexual violence
Relationship Breakdown Counselling
- Confusing relationships
- Understanding what your needs are and expressing them
- Divorce recovery
- Loss, when the relationship has been a difficult one
Grief and Loss Counselling
- Loss of a loved one – impending, unexpected or through illness
- Prolonged grief experiences (Grieving more than 12 months)
- Traumatic death and loss
- Pet bereavement
End of Life Counselling
To empower individuals and families to make informed choices when living with a terminal illness.
For people aged between 12 – 21 experiencing grief, loss or diagnosed with a terminal illness.
We never know when something is about to turn our lives completely upside down. Grief and Loss can strike suddenly, unexpectedly, traumatically and tragically. To suddenly lose somebody that we love through death or unwanted change such as divorce, or finding out that we or somebody that we love is terminally ill, are life events that we are seldom prepared for. We can be left feeling broken, angry, sad, shocked or in utter despair. People often feel that they are ‘stuck’ or paralysed. They wonder when this will end or how they will find the strength the continue.
At One More Day Counselling we know that grief and loss can be an incredibly overwhelming and confusing time. We walk alongside you as you explore where this journey will take you. My specialised knowledge will allow you to take each step in a safe, non-judgemental space where your experience is honoured. For End of Life counselling I am comfortable to discuss with you your fears and expectations, and assist with empowering you to make End of Life choices, or just be there offering comfort and support.
“When somebody is in your heart, they’re never truly gone.
They can come back to you, even at unlikely times.”