Why Dementia Counselling?
If you or your spouse or family are affected by dementia – whether diagnosed or not – you may need to talk about your feelings in confidence.
Do you have a diagnosis of dementia? Do you want to understand and manage your own condition better?
Is Dementia Counselling right for me?
- I find myself changing and I want to make sense of what is happening.
- This problem has stirred up things from the past and I’d like to talk about these in confidence.
- It’s hard to be a carer and still be there for my family and friends. I’d like to let off steam.
- I’m someone who has always coped, but now I’m finding things are getting out of control.
- I’m feeling that this situation is really getting me down.
- I have some tough decisions to make and would like to consider my options.
How is the counselling conducted?
- One-to-one with Catharine Arakelian
- You choose what to talk about
- 50 minute sessions
- Sessions can be weekly, occasional or more frequent – you are in charge of the frequency.
- Telephone and skype sessions
- Couples sessions
- Family sessions
- Person-centred humanistic counselling approach
Contact Catharine by email or by phone 01865 372122