- Maya Angelou
- Jon Kabat Zinn
Talk in confidence today | Call Cathy on 07583 092963
We all need help and support at certain times in our lives and I provide a safe and relaxing space for you to explore the issues that are worrying you. I hope to help you feel empowered and able to move forward with your life.
The process of counselling and the development of a trusting therapeutic relationship with your counsellor can help increase your self-awareness. From this awareness, you can become more accepting of your unique qualities, resulting in increased levels of self-esteem.
Family and friends provide valued support; however, their advice can lead to confusion as it is based on their life experience and perceptions of you. Counselling offers a space where you can explore who you are and find the real you!
Life can be extremely challenging at times and I know from personal experience that having someone who is accepting, empathic and non-judgemental to listen to you is an invaluable source of support.
Please feel free to explore my website and find out more about me, my experience and what counselling can offer you!
The room I work from provides a confidential and comfortable space. It has the benefit of beautiful views across Endcliffe Park and clients often comment that they find this calming and therapeutic. It provides a relaxing environment in which to discuss, explore and gain a better understanding of the difficulties you are experiencing.
The thought of revealing your inner fears to another person can be very scary. If you take that first step I aim to provide a safe and relaxing space where you can explore the issues that are troubling you.
Cathy Clements | Clearview Counselling
13b Rustlings Road, Sheffield, S11 7AA
Tel: 07583 092963
Cathy Clements is a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)
Registration number 172338
“Thank you, all your help and support has helped me get my life back on track.”
“Thank you for everything. You have been supportive and so easy to talk to. It felt like talking to an old friend, yet a conversation with a purpose.”