Gwen, from Gwen Lavis Counselling Albury, has been providing a professional service to clientele in Albury Wodonga and surrounding districts for more than 17 years. Before establishing her own independent Albury counselling practice in Swift Street, she was involved in counselling clients in the region for a number of years. Gwen has undertaken extensive counselling
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Good relationships don’t just happen. Just like your career, studies, exercise or a special project, relationships take time and effort to maintain and improve. There are choices you can make that will not only improve your relationship, but can turn a failing relationship into a successful one. As you improve the sense of connection in your relationship, trust and respect of each other will grow. Trust, acceptance and mutual respect are the foundation for being able to resolve the conflicts that inevitably arise in any relationship.
Emotional intimacy means
Counselling, as a profession, is a recognised method of helping people with psychological, emotional and relational problems. Counselling, or therapy as it may be called, involves a safe, confidential, professional relationship where the client is able to talk openly and freely about their problems. Gwen Lavis Counselling Albury offers clients the opportunity to come and talk about problems that are causing distress to themselves and sometimes their families. Through the counselling process, clients
Many people are unsure how to choose a counsellor who is right for them. It can be overwhelming and raise many important questions. Before entrusting your emotional wellbeing to a counsellor, it is imperative you take the time to ensure the counsellor you are intending to see is appropriately qualified and meets professional standards. It is in your best interests to
Some Christians avoid counselling because they have been taught to “trust God and pray” about everything. They may hold the belief that Christians should not have to go to counselling. Bible reading, prayer, and “walking with God”, some may be told, will solve all of your problems. However, this approach often means that