ost of us start life well; we’re happy and carefree but at some point things can change.
I’m here to let you know there is a light at the end of the tunnel. With a caring and understanding ear, I’ll help you to uncover the things that are holding you back in life.
We’re not protected when we should have been, we indulge too much in things that are bad for us, or we simply make the wrong decisions about who we are in the world.
*Please note if you are in a state of panic and need assistance of chat support please call Lifeline on 13 11 14 or an emergency phone 000.
I’LL HELP YOU
‘ve been a professional counsellor for many years, helping people from all walks of life sort out issues that are holding them back.
Regardless of what you’re dealing with, I can help you look at things objectively, talk with you about how it makes you feel and give you the tools to handle issues when they arise.
It’s all about empowering you to be your full self – confident, happy and feeling centered. Together we can transform your life and give you a different view of the world.
COUNSELLING, PSYCHOTHERAPY OR HYPNOTHERAPY
here are many ways I can help, from being the supportive listener you need to providing specialist hypnotherapy /psychotherapy to deal with issues from a different angle. Here’s some of ways I aid clients in feeling better:
Empowering them to regain control of their life when in abusive relationships or dealing with self-abusing traits
Helping them to choose powerfully when faced with habits that need breaking
Giving them the self-assured confidence to go after their goals and aspirations
Teaching them the skills needed to take charge of their lives
Coaching them through challenging situations, letting them know that they’ve got the ability to beat anything they’re currently facing
HERE ARE SOME OF
Eating disorders Therapy
OFFICE OR SKYPE AT HOME,
righton Addictions Counsellor
Addictions can really complicate a person’s life. There are many different types of addictions and all of them require a different treatment that addresses the underlying problem triggering the onset of an addiction. John Arber Counselling in Brighton provides people with counselling on different types of addictions and guides them in the right direction.
Addiction therapy normally comprises a blend of group and individual therapy sessions that focus on the recovery of a person and manage their addictions in the future without a relapse. Seeking support is extremely crucial when trying to overcome your addiction. Right now, it might seem like you can handle it, but overcoming an addiction is not a one day journey, it requires a lot of resolve and motivation, and a counsellor can support you.
There are numerous treatment facilities, available in and around Brighton, to help you start your journey of getting sober.
Behavioural Therapy from a professional addiction’s counsellor
The first thing that you should consider on a journey is to seek help and advice from a professional who can guide you and create the best treatment plan for you (inpatient, outpatient or on-going) and support your needs. John Arber Counselling in Brighton provides one-on-one counselling to struggling individuals to get their life back on track.
Join Support Groups
Research about online and in-person support groups in Brighton, and join the one designed to help people battling with the same type of addictions as yours.
Ask for support from your close-ones
Ask your loved ones to support you on your journey to get better. Give them the power to hold you accountable and stop you from giving in to the temptation of addiction. Ask them to encourage you on a daily basis and be firm at the same time.
Complementing Standard treatment approaches
Apart from these standard approaches, there are complementary activities you can indulge in to promote a positive mental health and well-being.
Exercise at least 4 times a week: Physical activity can significantly reduce stress and release agonising emotions. It also keeps your body fit as it prevents your health from deteriorating further.
Research shows the benefits of mindfulness.
Meditate: learn to meditate. This assists in battling cravings and quieting your mind and relaxing your body.
Yoga: Yoga can release your stress and physical tension and may keep you mentally more aware, peaceful, strong and physically fit.
Of these, behavioural therapy is a common treatment during addiction It is often done in person one to one or via Telehealth with a professional counsellor like John Arber Counselling .
If you’re based out of Brighton or surround and require treatment for addictions for yourself or your loved one, contact John Arber Counselling at 0418 720 176 to book your appointment and start your journey towards a positive life.