Find your Voice at Mill Hill Community Centre

We all need to be listened to, to find our voice, to have time and space to clear our mind and make the best possible decision.

I will be at Mill Hill Community Centre from 4 March, from 2pm till 5pm every Wednesday, to listen to your stories.

These will not be counselling sessions since I am only a trainee counsellor, but still… I will offer you a safe island for you to be able to open up, vent out, talk or even be silent: a space just for you.

Please, reserve your space calling 07576 007363 (2pm, 3pm, 4pm) or call to discuss possible availability of other times and dates.

Fees:

  • 20min : free assessment
  • 1 hour session: £15
  • 10 sessions : £120

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find your own voice…

We all need to be listened to, to be understood.

We need to be able to express ourselves, what we feel and think.

I am so very happy to introduce you the FIND YOUR VOICE listening sessions at Clean and Green Recovery in Accrington BB5 1HN.

These are one-to-one sessions: do come, sit, have a tea or coffee; and talk. If you need to vent out, express your emotions, or even ‘simply’ time and space to find the right words and your own voice… I will be there, for you.

Book now via email your 45-min session on Tuesday afternoons (3pm, 4pm, 5pm);

Fee: £15

ps: share this message! You might not feel the need to talk, but someone else out there just needs and wants to be listened to. Thank you!

DISCLAIMER: although these might look like counselling sessions, please be advised that they are not. I am not a Counsellor. At the same time, as a trainee Counsellor (L4) and trained in Listening & Counselling Skills (CPCAB certified – L2 and L3), I will still follow the ethical principles that make this a wonderful profession. If, at any time, I will feel that you will benefit from or need a professional advice, I will assist you in finding the best option for you. I can only walk with you for a part of your journey and I can only promise that I will be present and that I will listen to you. The Resting Tree sessions and workshops are not a substitute for Counselling and Psychotherapy. By the nature of The Resting Tree itself, we do not endorse nor promote any type of particular therapy.

the wonderful Perfect Daughters…

I am very proud to announce that the new series of the PERFECT DAUGHTERS sessions will begin on Tuesday 27 January at 7pm, at Clean and Green Recovery in Accrington: 9 Warner Street BB5 1HN (m. 07813 701716)

These are 8 session plus an introductory one; please, see this note (click on the link) if you want to know more about who the Perfect (and wonderful!) Daughters are.

So, contact me via email to therestingtreelancs@gmail.com in order to request more information and / or to confirm your presence.

Fee: donation only
Notes: 1) minimum 5 women per group; 2) your participation / commitment is requested for all the sessions

Hurt People, Hurt People

Who writes these words and runs The Resting Tree is somewhat a believer, a forgiven believer.

I have been hurt, I have been abused and my parents were hurt and abused, too.

Their way to cope was alcohol, depression, anger, co-dependency and suicidal attempts.

Mine was panic attacks, anxiety and depression. And lies, co-dependency, fear, guilt, shame.

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I was born a Catholic, studied religions and spirituality since 1993 and I tried them all. I think I have read a good 75% of self-help books, too!

I went through a marriage, a separation and a divorce.

I moved not only house multiple times, but country. I know what it means being alone, frustrated, hopeless and discouraged.

I have worked in Marketing/Branding and as a PA, giving lectures and interactive talks.

I am now going even deeper as a trainee counsellor.

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This is the reason why The Resting Tree was created, and why I have decided to help other hurt people.

Hurt people, hurt people. What you do with your pain, is what counts.

 

This is my story. What’s yours?