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Welcome to Chloes Counselling Centre – A friendly atmosphere for all of your thoughts. We are based in Leicester Town centre, East Midlands. Here at Chloes Counselling Centre, we offer person centred counselling (humanistic approach) Working from 3 main core conditions which is Empathy, Congruence and unconditional positive regard. We also specialise in counselling people with disabilities, bereavement counselling, anxiety, marriage counselling, depression, anger management and those that are coming from a history of abuse (of all kinds).
When I reached the age of 43, I felt like it was time I really sorted out my feelings about my traumatic childhood so that I could move on and enjoy the future, I started to get a feeling that I needed to do this and do this for me, having spent so much of my life being there for others and putting others before myself.
The counsellor I was assigned from Chloe Counselling Centre was the best thing that has ever happened to me. Her profile jumped out at me immediately when I read it and we met for the first time within days of me filling out the form. I have been seeing her every week for the last four months and although we still have a way to go I just know that this was exactly what I needed, finally someone who really can empathise with my life and guide me to a healthier and happier way of thinking about many aspects of my life.
Im from Leicester and My Counsellor made me feel like I was living again, I can’t thank him enough. He helped me realise where I was going wrong and if problems occurred again I would be able to deal with them in a confident way. My Counsellor encouraged me to do a counselling course and now I am just about to start my level 5 diploma in counselling. I would just like to say this man changed my life for the better and can’t thank him enough. I am now in a long term relationship and couldn’t be happier.
I’d never seen myself as someone who needed a counsellor. I thought I could cope. I was wrong. A year or so ago, when I had problems that I didn’t feel I could share with friends, I started counselling. I wish I’d started years ago. Initially, it was an enormous help just to have someone to talk to. Now, my self-confidence is growing. I’m starting to understand why things have been the way they have.
Most importantly of all, I’m beginning to see that there is plenty that I can do to prevent them ever being that way again. I can’t recommend counselling enough.