What It's All About
Hello there, are you feeling:
- Lonely, lost and confused?
Maybe your life has fallen apart – relationships have ended, career is no longer satisfactory – and you just don’t know what to do or where to go.
Then you’re in the right place.
How Counselling Can Help You Get Your Life Back
Here’s the deal:
Life is hard right now. Maybe it has been for a while. You’ve tried coping with things as best as you can, but it’s proving too difficult and you need help.
Through my services I will provide you with a calm and safe environment. A space that is:
- Free from judgement
We will work together to explore your thoughts and feelings so that you may (re)discover your inner truths.
From there you will be able to make and commit to choices that nourish and cultivate your own self-expression and personal growth, allowing you to get your life back.
Marc Pieniazek, FdA Integrative Counselling
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 spent four and a half years volunteering his service as a counsellor to the national HIV charity Terrence Higgins Trust.
Following another period of soul searching, Marc now lives out his life’s purpose of helping others to heal and grow. Or as Marc is so fond of putting it, “giving people back to themselves”.