Workplace counselling has been shown to be highly effective1. Research by the British Occupational Health Research Foundation showed that for people with mental health concerns, counselling helped them to remain in work or return to work more quickly2.
Counselling and CBT are talking therapies that offer a confidential space to understand our own mental health, identify coping strategies and can provide lasting effective change.
The number of sessions required varies per person though we recommend 4-6 sessions as a starting point for an improvement in wellbeing for common mental health problems such as anxiety, stress and depression3.
We offer counselling by telephone, online or in-person at our Brighouse offices, and can usually book you in within 7 days.
This service is available on demand or as a pre-agreed number of sessions per employee. Support provided as you need it.
When might counselling be useful?
Counselling can be useful if you are experiencing any of the following:
- Low mood
- Feeling overwhelmed
- Low self-esteem
- Relationship / interpersonal issues
- Dealing with ill health
- Caring for others with ill health
- Workplace stress
Victoria Field is a registered counsellor with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. She has worked in the charity sector and occupational health setting offering both long- and short-term therapy on a range of issues, including work-related stress, relationship difficulties, anxiety, depression, bereavement and coping with ill health.
Victoria works collaboratively with clients drawing on a range of therapeutic models including person-centred, humanistic and cognitive-behavioural approaches to adapt to each person’s needs. You will work in a short term, focused way to define the problem and decide how best to approach it. For some people this can be about taking time to reflect on their experiences and the impact it has on them, and for others more structured techniques are provided to help manage and understand specific experiences.
Registered with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP).
Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Post-graduate Diploma in Counselling & Psychotherapy
Diploma in Hatha Yoga
BSc (Hons) in Biological Sciences (Physiology & Health)
2British Occupational Health Research Foundation, 2005
3Mellor-Clark et al, 2013
Want to Find Out More?
For more information about our counselling services, contact us.
Published date: 9th April 2020
Last revision: 9th April 2021