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Spokz People Disability Counselling and Support Services

Spokz People Inclusive Counselling Service is run by M?lani Halacre.

Counselling is an opportunity for you to work towards a different way of living. It provides a safe place where you can talk privately about your life. You may feel distressed or emotional at times during the counselling process, but as your counsellor I can support you through this process. The relationship between client and counsellor is the most important part of the counselling process.

Many people think that going to counselling is a sign of weakness, of not being able to sort something out yourself. In fact, it takes great courage to take that first step to decide to have counselling, and even more courage to go through the process and look at things you find difficult. Changing thoughts, feelings, behaviours and perceptions can be difficult and counselling requires not only reflection, but also a desire and motivation for change.

Through observations and suggestions I will encourage you to achieve the change you desire. Please be aware that counselling is not a befriending or an advice service, though I may be able to provide you with information for such services in addition to your counselling. You are the expert at your own life and so I will not tell you what to do. However, I can facilitate you to increase self-awareness, enable you to think more clearly and provide alternative viewpoints.

M?lani is a qualified integrative counsellor and has experience of physical disability as well as a range of other issues such as anger, anxiety, bereavement, loss, cultural issues, oppression/discrimination, depression or low mood, general counselling, relationships and self-esteem.

Other relevant qualifications are certificates in counselling skills and theory, psychology and Community Mediation.

She has completed DET (Disability Equality Training) and also conducted her own literature research into disability as part of her dipl...

2 Jordan Croft
Lichfield
West Midlands
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0845 2577 496



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Spokz People Inclusive Counselling Service is run by M?lani Halacre.

Counselling is an opportunity for you to work towards a different way of living. It provides a safe place where you can talk privately about your life. You may feel distressed or emotional at times during the counselling process, but as your counsellor I can support you through this process. The relationship between client and counsellor is the most important part of the counselling process.

Many people think that going to counselling is a sign of weakness, of not being able to sort something out yourself. In fact, it takes great courage to take that first step to decide to have counselling, and even more courage to go through the process and look at things you find difficult. Changing thoughts, feelings, behaviours and perceptions can be difficult and counselling requires not only reflection, but also a desire and motivation for change.

Through observations and suggestions I will encourage you to achieve the change you desire. Please be aware that counselling is not a befriending or an advice service, though I may be able to provide you with information for such services in addition to your counselling. You are the expert at your own life and so I will not tell you what to do. However, I can facilitate you to increase self-awareness, enable you to think more clearly and provide alternative viewpoints.

M?lani is a qualified integrative counsellor and has experience of physical disability as well as a range of other issues such as anger, anxiety, bereavement, loss, cultural issues, oppression/discrimination, depression or low mood, general counselling, relationships and self-esteem.

Other relevant qualifications are certificates in counselling skills and theory, psychology and Community Mediation.

She has completed DET (Disability Equality Training) and also conducted her own literature research into disability as part of her dipl...