I am Viola Robinson, a qualified Therapeutic counsellor and Life Coach. I am the founder of The Triangle Therapist Ltd working with adult’s. I provide a compassionate, professional and ethical service in accordance to the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy and The National Counselling Society. I operate in a modern way, with cultural sensitivity in line with each client’s needs.
COUNSELLING CAN HELP WITH A VARITY OF ISSUES, SUCH AS...
Sexual abuse describes any type of sexual activity which is unwanted. Different types of sexual abuse include forced sex (rape), receiving unwanted sexual images/messages (sexting), being touched in a sexual way without your permission (sexual assault), being forced to have sex for money (sexual exploitation) or being bullied in a sexual way (sexual harassment).
Experiencing a traumatic event or bearing witness to an extremely traumatic event can massively affect our psychological and emotional wellbeing. Feeling like your life and safety is put at risk can shatter your sense of security and leave you with a feeling of helplessness.
Whether disability has affected you earlier or later in life, it can be a long journey which affects not only individuals affected, but their family and friends also.
Losing a friend or loved one can affect all parts of your life. This experience can change you as a person and often you will not emerge on the other side as the same person, as all our experiences shape us. Instead, bereavement is about acceptance, learning to adjust to life without the person but being able to find a place to keep their memories alive.
Any kind of behaviour towards someone that deliberately harms or upsets someone is considered abuse. The commonly known forms of abuse include domestic violence, child abuse and emotional abuse. But in reality, there are many kinds of abuse including physical abuse, sexual abuse, financial abuse and psychological abuse.
Depression, unlike grief and occasional sadness, can affect all of our daily lives. But often because of the confusion regarding what is classed as depression, people often delay seeking help.