Wendy Coad, Wendy Coad offers counselling at the Being Centre in a confidential space to explore and understand your individual circumstances and experiences covering areas including Horsham West Sussex and Surrey. Wendy Coad, Wendy Coad Being Centre sussex, Wendy Coad surrey, Wendy Coad horsham, Wendy Coad Being Centre west sussex.
Telephone: 01403 790855 Or contact us by filling out the form below and then click on Submit
Our office has a 24 hour confidential answer machine, if the office should be unmanned. We will endeavour to response to your enquiry as promptly as possible. Please leave your name, number and a convenient time to be contacted.
Counselling Monday -Friday 9.30 till 7.30pm
Coaching individuals, couples and young people Mon - Friday 9.30 till 7.30pm
Coaching groups undertaken by prior arrangements including weekends.
Being Centre is situated on Stane Street, Slinfold, Nr. Horsham, West Sussex on the A29, next entrance to Slinfold Golf and Country Club. There is off road parking.
Nearest bus stop is situated the village of Slinfold, 15 minutes walk or or Hail and Stop on road outside of property
Nearest Trains Stations are Horsham (6 miles) and Billingshurst (3 miles)
Counselling or Coaching sessions at the Being Centre offers a space in which to explore a range of issues that can cause stress and anxiety in our lives. As an experienced and fully qualified therapist, I have an exceptionally strong desire to contribute to the welfare of others.
I have a great sense of personal fulfilment when interacting with people and nurturing their personal development. I endeavour to form a good working relationship with all clients and provide a space for them to discover and realise their human potential.
Everybody, from time to time, may experience difficulties in their relationships. However, many people are now recognising that it can help to talk through these problems with a trained professional. Gaining clarity on a situation helps to equip us with more tools in which to identify blocks and make new, more apt, personal choices. Read more ...
Everyone has arguments and everyone disagrees with their partners, family members and others close to them from time to time. We all do things at times which cause unhappiness to those we care about and of course we regret. When this begins to form a consistent pattern, then it may be an indication of domestic violence.
Any incident of threatening behaviour, violence or abuse, psychological, physical, sexual, financial or emotional between adults who are, or have been, intimate partners or family members, regardless of gender or sexuality, is very often considered domestic abuse. read more ...
I have worked as a drug and alcohol Counsellor for many years and recognise the importance of client led therapeutic counselling for those struggling with drug and alcohol use.
People who drink or use drugs come from all walks of life and backgrounds. Possible factors leading someone to use drugs or alcohol detrimentally can include the influence of family; peers; ethnic considerations; media coverage; growing up within a drinking culture or a mixture. read more ...
Where is the Being Centre Based?Being Centre is located on the A29 in Slinfold, near Horsham in West Sussex, next door to Slinfold Golf and Country Club. By appointment only. For further information please see our Contact Page.
What type of counselling is available?
Using a variety of counselling approaches including; long and short term solution focused counselling; open ended psychotherapy (integrative and cognitive behaviour techniques (CBT) and mentoring/coaching styles of counselling support. read more ...
Traumatic experiences often involve a threat to life or safety, but any situation that leaves you feeling overwhelmed and alone can be traumatic, even if it doesn't involve physical harm. It's not the objective facts that determine whether an event is traumatic, but your subjective emotional experience of the event. The more frightened and helpless you feel, the more likely you are to be traumatised. read more ...
Diagnosable depressive illnesses usually require medical investigation and it is always advisable in the first instance to talk with your GP. Many people understand the value of counselling support when they are feeling depressed, stressed and anxious. Feelings of depression usually, but not always, stem from a build up of stress and anxiety.
Stress and anxiety by and large, involves too much: too many pressures that demand too much of you physically and psychologically. Stressed people can still imagine though, that if they can just get everything under control, they'll feel better. Stress can develop as a response to any situation or thought that upsets you. read more ...