Hello there, have you ever asked yourself:
- What am I doing with my life?
- Why am I here?
- Why do I feel so anxious?
- Why am I constantly depressed?
Or if you’ve ever wondered why things just aren’t working out for you any more (relationships have ended, career is no longer satisfactory)…
…Then you’re in the right place.
How Counselling Can Help You Get Your Life Back on Track
Here’s the deal:
I believe in “giving people back to themselves”, a belief which forms a core part of my therapeutic approach. I pride myself on my ability to provide a calm and safe environment within which my clients are free to explore themselves and (re)discover their own truths.
I further others by gently and constructively challenging them, helping them to commit to the choices that nourish and cultivate their own self-expression and personal growth.
But don’t just take my word for it, take a look at what others have to say about working with me.1
“Marc Pieniazek, by his warmth, charm, humour, loving nature and invaluable capacity for truly profound insight has indeed helped in so many ways to ‘give me back to myself ‘.
He’s caring and compassionate, enlightened and enlightening. I would without reservation recommend him to anyone who could use some healing (and whom among us couldn’t?).
Change needn’t be difficult. If you have a genuine desire for it, enlist Marc’s assistance, and I have no doubt you’ll see all that’s unsupportive fall away. You Deserve a Blessed life!”
– David N., Ontario, Canada
“Marc was incredible and I have to say that without his support I don’t know how I would have survived my emotional challenges over the last 6 months. Marc was patient and understanding and never judged. He held me together as I was falling apart and basically saved my life.”
– Mr. L., Swansea, U.K.
Subscribe to Marc Pieniazek Counselling (it’s free) and you’ll get regular updates from me about my spiritual philosophy including tips, articles, and suggestions for living a fuller, deeper, and more balanced life.
Introducing Marc Pieniazek Counselling
Here’s what each “feature” is all about:
The Blog is where you will find my thoughts, opinions, and general philosophy on leading a mindful and spiritual life. I aim to share the things that have worked (and things that don’t) for anyone looking to lead a more balanced life. These ideas, tips and suggestions are things that you may wish to apply in areas of your life as you see fit.
Soulful Counselling is all about my approach to therapy. Here you can learn a bit more about counselling in general and what processes are involved in working with me. As a native Welsh speaker, the service is also available in Welsh – Cwnsela Llawn Enaid.
Mindful Practice is the section dedicated to all things “mindfulness”. This includes articles on meditative practices as well as links to guided meditations and so forth that I believe you will find useful. As with the blog, my hope is that you will find something relevant in this section that you can immediately apply to an aspect of your life and experience the wonderful benefits of mindful living.
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About Marc Pieniazek
Marc has a “been there, done that, bought the t-shirt” level of experience when it comes to living mindfully and spiritually. From birth he has been living with a physical disability called Myasthenia Gravis, a condition which has forced him to look at life from different angles, both positive and negative. At the age of 30 he had his major experience of depression and consequently experienced his first taste of counselling.
A couple of years later and Marc found himself unhappy in work – after 14 years in the I.T industry everything felt stale and unfulfilling. Shortly thereafter his relationship of 12 years came to an end.
Forced to re-evaluate his life, Marc turned inwards and once again found himself involved with counselling. This time, however, it was from the perspective of the therapist’s chair.
Following successful completion of a Foundation Degree course in Integrative Counselling, Marc has spent the past two years volunteering his service as a counsellor to the national HIV charity Terrence Higgins Trust.
Another period of soul searching earlier this year now sees Marc living out his life’s purpose in helping others to heal and grow. Or as Marc is so fond of putting it, “giving people back to themselves”.
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