Some words from our past clients.
“In my opinion, Niki is a goddess in disguise as a counsellor. She’s like the big sister I never had or at least the one I needed. Working with her over the past year has been the most incredible and life changing experience. I started working with Niki when I was very much lost in a dark vortex of pain, grief and self-loathing, anxiety, depression and confusion. Niki has guided me out of the darkness so that I can now see the light and truly experience happiness and joy. Niki saw the real me and by possessing such insight she has empowered and assisted in my recovery and re-discovery of my self-confidence. She has helped me become my own woman and to embrace my individuality and step confidently and fearlessly into the person that I was born to be. She’s a genuinely beautiful lady with a soul to match. I am blessed to have had the privilege of working with her. Eternally grateful. A thousand times thank you Niki. You are an angel. Adieu.” – Kelly
“I say that as soon as my counselling started I felt much better. Unfortunately though, like all the best medication, it cannot cure the Illness (MS) but it did help me to learn to accept it and make the prospect of every day Life BEARABLE!!! Thank you Nikki…” – Huw “This was my first meaningful experience with counselling, and has led me to ask myself a fair few questions. Niki is a very good listener, and was flexible in organising sessions with me. She has helped me to recognise the anxieties that I have, the ways in which I might inadvertently sabotage myself, recommended ways to deal with these, and ultimately, helped me to regain the confidence to start working freelance again. I have no doubt I will use her counselling services again in the future as it was very useful on many levels. I wholeheartedly recommend her”. – Elsa
” As a full time carer for my wife I was finding life difficult and felt depressed and isolated. I had a few sessions with Niki and found talking through my frustrations and concerns really helpful. Niki helped me to look at how to maintain my own selfcare and sanity and helped me understand and cope better with my wife’s dementia. I am now doing more for me”. – Peter M.