Counselling Cuddington – Ros Welch, Counsellor & Psychotherapist
Ros Welch is located in the beautiful village of Haddenham in Buckinghamshire, convenient for Cuddington.
One of the areas I specialise in is Anxiety Management. The following is an extract from a recent blog post of mine.
That feeling of uneasiness, waiting for something bad to happen, being on edge, your tolerance levels have dropped, you cannot relax or concentrate, you are not sleeping well and may have indigestion and a racing heart.
You may wake early almost panicking about something that has not yet happened being immediately on hyper-alert as an adrenaline rush hits, it may be a reaction to trauma or loss, financial or health stress or even hormonal surges.
Physically, your anxiety may have caused you to breath rapidly try the 7/11 method to calm things down, reach for something a pillow or a sweater or use the fold of your elbow, close your eyes bring your elbow or cushion or whatever up to your closed mouth, breathe in through your nose counting 7, breathe out also through your nose counting 11. If 7/11 is too much at first try 3/5 and work up.
Mentally, one way to look at the issues that are troubling you is to get a pen and paper, draw two columns titled ‘fact’ and ‘fiction’. Think hard try to identify which thoughts are fact, which fiction, when we are stressed it is easy to confuse the two anticipating peoples reactions and future events believing the worst will happen.
I also specialise in :
- bereavement counselling
- couples counselling & marriage guidance
- help with depression
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Counselling
- Anxiety Management / Counselling
- Panic Attacks Therapy & Counselling
- Anger Management
- Eating disorders
Together we identify goals with realistic outcomes in acceptable timescales. We work positively to make a lasting difference to accept the past, make change in the present, and enhance the future.
Unexpected change can be difficult to manage, it can be hard to think straight given the busy lives we lead, trying to make sense of the unpredictable can leave us anxious, stressed and angry. Life’s changes; redundancy, bereavement, loss, illness or broken relationships can leave us in tatters and Counselling can help you on your journey to acceptance.
“It was very easy to talk to Ros, the sessions were relaxed and comfortable, I felt really heard. She often challenged me and my ideas, I felt I learnt something at every session, I gained insight and self- awareness, it was like a layer of skin being peeled from my eyes.”
“I had always suffered low self esteem and never knew why, Ros was the 1st person who understood, she helped me see things from a different perspective. I feel confident and look forward to my future.”
Abour Ros Welch Ad.Dip.CP MNCS
Following a successful career in design, marketing and finance, following a series of life-changing events I became inspired me, now in my 50’s, to channel my experiences into helping others as a counsellor.
- Advanced Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling
- Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy
- Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- Diploma in Bereavement Counselling
- Diploma in Eating Disorders
- Diploma in Couple Counselling
- Diploma in Life Coaching
- Assessment training at Citizens Advice Bureau
- Diploma in Psychology
- Diploma in Anxiety Management.
Please feel free to contact me by phone or email