Your Mental Health is Important
Make no mistake – these are TOUGH times! No one really knows what the future holds and it’s perfectly normal to be anxious and upset in the face of the unknown. This is especially true if you have lost someone close, are having financial difficulties, are faced with losing your job or are feeling lonely or worried about friends and relatives. Traditional methods of coping through talking with others may not be appropriate, especially if you feel you’re meant to be the ‘strong’ one or you don’t want to burden your loved ones with your woes when they are going through so much themselves.
We all know that mental health is just as important as physical health and that you have to take care of it. Just like taking exercise is good for the body, talking about what’s going on in your life with a qualified therapist is good for your mind (and your soul!). Never more so than now. Gone are the days when there was any stigma attached to having therapy, in fact many people see it as essential as going down the gym! So why not give it a go?
Gabrielle is a qualified psychotherapist who has been practising for over 20 years. She specialises in helping people be their best selves despite their circumstances. Her method is quick and effective so you won’t be spending ‘years in therapy’!
“I would highly recommend you as you were able to shift things for me that others couldn’t. Thank you Gabrielle.”
“I’m the happiest I’ve ever been in my life. I’m going to recommend you to all my friends!”
“I know men are reluctant to discuss their mental health and I was like that too – it’s not cool to be seen talking about your mental health but I feel now that taboo is being eroded”
Building site worker with Taggart Homes