Pam is a counsellor of couples and of individuals, and a counselling supervisor.
Intimate couple relationships can be the greatest source of contentment we experience as human beings, but when they go wrong they can lead to anxiety, loneliness and misery.
Couple counselling can help you to recognize the patterns you and your partner have developed, to look at why your relationship worked well at one time and why it may be working less well now, and what you can do to change the pattern.
Through couple counselling you and your partner can address those issues which have an impact on your relationship, such as
- Extended families
Couples can attend counselling together or separately. Normally a couple are invited to attend an initial joint session to determine whether attending separately at first, or together, would be more helpful.
Pam is also a counsellor of individuals and offers counselling across a range of areas including:
- Family issues
- Depression and anxiety
- Workplace issues
- Identity and self-esteem
Pam is qualified to supervise couple counsellors and counsellors of individuals.
She graduated with a Diploma in Counselling from Strathclyde University. She also has a Diploma in Relationship Counselling, the COSCA Certificate in Supervision, and a Diploma in Casework Supervision. Pam is an accredited and registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), and works within their code of ethics.
Booking your appointment with Pam
Please call Pam on 07525 180965 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Prices & Booking Policy
Counselling sessions last an hour and cost £40 per couple, and £40 for individuals.
Supervision sessions last for an hour and a half and normally cost £50. Reductions are available for students.
Booking & Cancellation Policy for all Counsellors at Southside Counselling
If you are unable to keep your appointment, please contact Pam as soon as possible. Missed appointments and appointments cancelled with less than 24 hours’ notice will be charged in full. If you arrive late for your appointment, it will still have to end at the usual time.