Sarah Showler NCS

Ms. Sarah Showler. Ad Dip PC,  Dip CST. MNCS (Accred). MBACP

e; sarahs@claritythinking.com

t; 07534 301329

 

 

 

“Making the decision to have counselling is brave and can seem overwhelming, not knowing where your journey will take you but knowing that you need to make changes. With modern day life becoming more hectic, demanding, confusing and often isolating, finding a solution to understand or accept something that has been causing concern or holding you back is a positive step forward.”

Ms. Sarah Showler

My aim is to offer my clients a supportive and safe space for them to explore and work through their challenges.  I am trained, primarily, as a Person Centred Therapist. This means that I actively listen to my clients, working collaboratively together to find a new perspective and approach to their situations to enable them to make the positive steps toward their goals and in their lives. I believe that counselling isn’t a ‘one size fits all’ process and together we will work out a process that best works for you.

I am an accredited member of the National Counselling Society and a member of the BACP.  I work within their Ethical Guidelines and Professional Boundaries. I hold a current DBS check and I am fully insured.

My Therapeutic career has been for over 4 years and my work experience has been varied ranging from working in the charitable sector such as MIND and working within the private sector for Clarity Thinking.

The work I do with my clients is collaborative and is based on how together with my clients on understanding anxiety, stress, stigma, depression and self-defeating behaviours and then look at ways in which the client can approach their individual issues and move forwards towards a positive, productive and pro-active outcome. 

 

The areas that I work with are:

Abuse

Addiction

Anxiety

Bereavement

Bullying

Depression

Emotional abuse

Family issues

Feeling of sadness

Loneliness

Low self-esteem

Low self-confidence

Lack of motivation

Phobias

OCD

Redundancy

Relationship issues

Self-harm

Sexual issues

Trauma

Work related stress