Sam Marshall Counselling
Taking the first step towards counselling can sometimes feel daunting, so thank you for visiting my website.
My name is Sam; my aim is to work collaboratively with you in a non-judgemental, calm and empathic space, where we can explore, at your own pace, the difficulties you are experiencing.
I believe that you are your own expert and by getting to know what you are experiencing we will be able to find the way for you to feel and think differently about life’s challenges. My approach is primarily humanistic, that is, person centred.
I work on a face-to-face basis with adults, depending on your needs offering either short or long term talking therapy. During our initial conversation we can discuss what your aims are for therapy and how we can work towards them.
I am a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and am thereby bound by their ethical and professional standards.
I am a volunteer counsellor at The Fountain Centre Charity based at Royal Surrey Hospital supporting those with long term and life changing illness, and their close family members. I also volunteered at SHOUT text service for mental health support.
I work from Haslemere, Surrey. Please see the link below:
Training, qualifications and experience
Additional Training and CPD
Areas of counselling I work with
What is Person Centred Therapy?
How long does each session last and how many will I need?
Is the counselling confidential?
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How do I know that counselling is for me?