Hertford Counselling Service - here to helpBased in the centre of Hertford, we provide counselling with qualified counsellors and therapists available to help you explore issues you want to resolve. Please contact us on 01992 501850 or email us here.
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80% of people feel better after seeing a counsellor, 65% of Individuals state they have made significant improvements to their life after 7 sessions Source: Therapy Today 2014

Counselling for Anxiety

Feelings of anxiety are common in most people. However when these feelings begin to congest normal thought patterns with negativity and confusion, daily life can be severely impacted. Severe anxiety occurs when feelings of uneasiness become overly prominent in your…[Read more]

Counselling for depression

The word depressed is a common everyday word. People might say “I’m depressed” when in fact they mean “I’m fed up because I’ve had a row, or failed an exam, or lost my job”, etc. The term depression is very…[Read more]

Anger Management

Anger is often thought of as a negative emotion that has destructive qualities. How often have you wanted to control your anger yet give way to that ‘inner child’ and feel really bad afterwards? We view anger as a normal…[Read more]

Bereavement Counselling

Bereavement is one of the most significant and stressful events in ones life. How we cope with bereavement is unique to each individual. For brief explanations of bereavement and to gain an understanding of whether it would be helpful to…[Read more]

Relationships

Relationship issues can stem from family dynamics, childhood upbringing and even your educational experience. In counselling we examine how your life scripts are still being replayed later on in life and how they are often out-of-date with your present situation.…[Read more]

Counselling for Addiction

An addiction is the behaviour of an individual who has a strong uncontrollable urge to continue repetitive behaviour. This can be in the form of substance abuse or activities such as gambling. Exercise, food, internet or sex addictions are common…[Read more]
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Thanks for all you have done, Vincent. It's been a long and difficult journey but progress has been good and I feel like I'm so much better equipped now than before I came to you! Mr Malcolm D, Age 53, January 2017

24th July 2017