Insight have a track record of improving lives

"I hate myself"

"I'm not good enough"

"I feel so alone"

"My thoughts scare me"


What is counselling?

Counselling is a confidential process and this means that we offer a safe and secure space for you to explore what you are experiencing.

Counselling is not about telling you what is right or wrong but about supporting you to make sense of what you are going through. and find a way forward.

Counselling can help you find solutions to your difficulties, find a language for your feelings and gain a deeper understanding of what you are experiencing.

What to expect

Once you decide to embark on counselling you will meet with a trained counsellor to go through an initial assessment which will allow us to explore what brought you to counselling and how it is impacting your life.

I understand that it can be a daunting experience coming for counselling, reaching our for support takes courage so I want to provide an environment for you which is respectful and allows you to feel listened to and understood.

What we help with


Anger and Irritability



Emotional disconnection

Fear and/or panic




Intrusive thoughts

Lack of control


Low mood

Low self confidence

Low self-esteem

Self harm


Sleep issues


Suicidal thoughts




Currently I only have a few spaces available and the waiting time is approximately two weeks. 

Also, there is currently a waiting list for specific times of the day. 



Insight have a strong reputation for delivering a high standard of mental health awareness training.

We deliver courses on


  • Mental Health

  • Anxiety and Depression

  • Suicide

  • Self-harm

  • Trauma

  • Psychosis

  • Child Development

  • Stress

  • Emotional Wellbeing








We also deliver over 30 MHFA (England) courses every year to 

local authorities, schools, colleges, DWP, NHS, MoD and national charities, as well as to many other local businesses and organisations. 

Contact us for further details



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