Individual Counselling for Adults
If you’re going through a difficult and stressful period in your life, or you’re finding it hard to make some positive and beneficial changes, you will find the right help in Mimosa Counselling. Perhaps you’ve lost the capacity to think more positively about certain situations and outcomes, or you’re having a hard time dealing with oncoming challenges. Whatever the case may be, our dedicated individual counselling for adults is a service that is sure to get you back on your feet again.
At Mimosa Counselling, we take pride in implementing a holistic approach to our support and treatments for our clients. Our aim is to ensure everyone feels welcome, comfortable, stress-free, and supported at all times. We understand how important individual therapy is for people, which is why we do what we can to provide a comforting experience.
Get in touch with our team on (07) 3040 6385 or 0467 705 220 today if you’re ready to engage our Brisbane counselling services and enhance your everyday life. To get started immediately, book your appointment online.
What Can I Get Personal Counselling For?
The best thing about counselling is that its open for anyone and everyone. Whether you’re struggling with personal concerns or even something related to work, we’re here for you, all you need to do is reach out and we’ll support you. Common issues that people seek individual counselling for adults for include:
- Work issues or change of life
- Stress and anxiety
- Self-esteem issues
- Grief and loss
- Relationships issues
- Life transitions such as a new baby, separation, divorce or the death of a family member or friend
- Women’s issues
- Struggling with regulating emotions like anger
- And other issues that might impact your day to day life
Benefits of Personal Counselling
Counselling is one of the best ways to work through your struggles, whether they’re minor, or have posed a significant impact on your life. Your dedicated personal counsellor works closely alongside you to discover strategies and methods that you’re able to then implement into your day-to-day life, enhancing your mood, the way you react and respond to situations, and building on your strengths.
- Improved communication and interpersonal skills
- Greater self-acceptance and self-esteem
- Ability to change self-defeating behaviours/habits
- Better expression and management of emotions, including anger
- Develop strategies and skills to help your life flourish
- Identify and build on your strengths
- Improved state of happiness
- Decreased anxiety symptoms
- Improved quality of life
- Improved interpersonal relationships
- And many more
How Individual Therapy Works
Before our first counselling session I will email you an intake form to fill out and return at least 2 days before our appointment. The counselling process will begin with a 50 minute initial consultation – from there, we will go through the information you have provided on the intake form together and discuss what kind of support would be most suitable for you specifically. During this first appointment I will ask you questions to better get to know you, and to help me understand exactly what kind of support it is that you’re after.
Furthermore as your personal counsellor, and of equal importance, I also consider the quality of the relationship between Client and Counsellor to be critical. I place a great deal of importance on ensuring that you feel safe and understood. In addition, I work hard to ensure you can be your real self during our time together. In the counselling sessions I take a solution-oriented approach, which means that I concentrate on your strengths and positive attributes and the goals that you have set to achieve. I work with evidence based methods and strategies, allowing me to adjust them as I see fit to cater to your needs.
Usually, we start off with a session once a week, and when you feel you are getting to where you want or need to be, we will change this to once a fortnight/every 3 weeks until you feel you are in the right place, mindset, and level of balance.