Tunbridge Wells Counselling

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07968947381 – info@activelistener.co.uk

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We run a small private counselling practice in a comfortable, private location just outside Tunbridge Wells with private parking. We work with people struggling to tolerate what life is asking them to deal with. All our counsellors share the view that any problem is legitimate and than ever person is worthy of help. We have a range of counselling skills and will adapt to the nature of the problems we see. Please view our counsellors and contact any one of us for further information.

Ben Wrigley Counsellor
07968 947 381

Kerry Ingham Counsellor
07791 201 905

Lou Underwood Counsellor
07770 889 742

Welcome to ActiveListener

Counselling for Tunbridge Wells area

“I’m too afraid to go outside”

“I can’t cope with this much pressure.”

“I can’t keep drinking like this.”

“I can’t cope without her.”

“Why am I so angry?”

“I wish i had the
confidence to talk to them”

“I feel so alone”

“My life is a mess”

“I feel like I’m going to die.”

“It’s better for everyone
if I’m not here any more.”

“I can’t tell them I’m gay.”

“I miss him so much.”

We run a small private counselling practice in a comfortable, private location just outside Tunbridge Wells with private parking. We work with people struggling to tolerate what life is asking them to deal with. All our counsellors share the view that any problem is legitimate and than ever person is worthy of help. We have a range of counselling skills and will adapt to the nature of the problems we see. Please view our counsellors and contact any one of us for further information.

Thoughts from our counsellors…

The Love Trap

I’ve been bad :( It’s mental health awareness week again and I realise I haven’t posted for ages :(( In fact while I'm kicking myself, I’ve also been eating too much sugar and I haven’t done enough exercise, the car needs washing and ... :(((( I can feel my head...

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Who needs feelings anyway?

Someone once described emotions as lights on our dashboard. They indicate that something needs our attention under the hood. We can ignore the light, turn it off, even break it. We may be able to carry on for a while, maybe indefinitely limp along, but is it safe and are we the best us that we can be? The problem doesn’t go away unless we look at it.

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