People come to Chelmsford Counselling Foundation (CCF) for many reasons – for example as a result of depression, anxiety, loneliness or difficulty in facing life’s circumstances. For some, memories about the past, painful events in the present or worries about the future may mean they cannot enjoy life or live it in the way they would wish.
Psychodynamic counselling can help us to understand how past experiences and current behaviour may be linked. It allows space to explore thoughts and feelings about ourselves as individuals and in relationships with others with someone trained to listen in a non-directive way. CCF’s counselling service is accredited by the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy).