Liberate Counselling, Wath upon Dearne, Rotherham

Anxiety, Anger and Relationship Counselling for Individuals

Liberate Counselling in Wath upon Dearne, Rotherham provides talking therapy for anxiety, anger, and relationship problems for individual clients via face-to-face or online counselling.

Life isn't always kind, and unfortunately, troubles usually don't come one at a time, but all at once. I wouldn't be surprised if you felt that you are trying your absolute best but that others still expect more from you. It could be that you feel responsible for others' happiness, but you have had to put your own happiness on hold.

It's quite likely that your situation is causing you intense feelings of stress and anxiety, and perhaps anger is one way of expressing your feelings about problems you cannot solve alone. I've lived a bit and understand that such issues affect relationships too. But how hard it is to try and make life good again when you are under such pressure.

I guess you are here because you are wondering if counselling would help and you may want to feel better as quickly as possible.

Feel Better Fast

I know that when I give you my full attention, you should start to feel lighter immediately because that's what sharing your burden does.

Telling me what you are going through should be easy because I am not confrontational and because you can talk to me with confidence that your personal experiences are kept private. I will support you with compassion but without offering advice because I know that you need to take charge of your own recovery.

Of course, complete recovery will take longer than a few sessions, but if you find me easy to talk to, that will be a great help in exploring your past and present in detail.

The service I provide also offers the following benefits:

  • Male counsellor - some people prefer male counsellors
  • Flexible hours - sessions from morning until late evening
  • Online counselling available - therapy from where you are
  • Free consultation - see if we are a good fit at no cost to you
  • Prompt reply - "usually responds in an hour" - Google
  • Faster appointment - much shorter waiting list than statutory or voluntary services

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If you've never seen a counsellor before, you might have a few questions you'd like me to answer before you go any further.

What is Counselling?

Counselling is a talking therapy that helps you feel better by exploring your thoughts and feelings with a trusted professional. Your counsellor would work with you to examine your perspectives so you can find solutions yourself.

The aim is for you to have more confidence, better self-understanding, more self-compassion, happier relationships and the life you choose. I believe that I can help you to live freely through a journey of self-discovery.

Here's a tip for you: a true sense of self is effective in bringing you peace of mind.

Read what this client said:

Counselling helps you find who you are

"I felt I could understand more about who I am and what my future expectations are."

ML - 30th March 2018

That's right: this person found a clearer sense of self and direction: and so could you!

Generally speaking, it takes courage to take the steps you are thinking of taking. So well done for overcoming the stigma that society attaches to having mental health issues and actually trying to do something about them.

"One in four adults and one in 10 children experience mental illness, and many more of us know and care for people who do."

NHS England - "Mental Health"

Would Talking to a Counsellor Help?

If you fear judgement, a counsellor would be an ideal person to talk to. I know that you need to feel able to talk freely about all the aspects of your life because it might just be that the one area you hold back on stops you from becoming whole.

Michael Underwood MBACP - Counsellor in Rotherham

If we can build a relationship of trust, that should offer a secure starting point for further exploration.

Michael Underwood MBACP

Whoever you are or whatever troubles you have, I aim to enable you to make sense of everything and feel truly alive.

I am qualified to deliver online therapy as well as face-to-face sessions.

See my qualifications and training.

British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy Registration membership
Information Commissioner's Office logo
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Counselling progress hinges on how comfortable you feel talking to your counsellor.

"The things you want to talk about are hard to share with the people you know."

Free Consultation

I offer a free 30-minute consultation to help you decide if I am the right person for you. You could use either a video app or telephone for this - whichever is most comfortable for you. Alternatively, your free consultation could be part of your first face-to-face appointment, which would last up to one hour - for just £20.

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In this video, I explain briefly how I would work with you. I hope that this will help you make an informed decision about what to do next.

Covid-19 Update (1st June 2021)

Online therapy is, of course, Covid safe since we would not have to meet in person. However, I am now also taking bookings for face-to-face sessions.

There are some safety precautions in place. These include regular room cleaning, hand sanitising on entry, chairs distanced at 2 metres, and notices reminding everyone to inform me if any Covid symptoms occur. I will also wear a mask if you prefer.

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