Offering a whole-hearted, understanding methodology, with an emphasis on genuineness and tolerance, creating a safe space to talk. Being able to share your anguish with another can help lift its weight, and let you take a fresh look at your problems.
As Counsellors, we believe all individuals are born with the skill to lead full and worthwhile lives. Sometimes, we can get stuck, becoming uncertain how to get going again. We see our role as offering a safe place to discover, understand, and develop ways of responding to life’s challenges.
Counselling is a healing exchange, which listens in a rounded way, and nurtures ways of living a richer life.
We work with a wide range of concerns, and have a specialist interest and experience in the following areas;
Bereavement and loss
Trauma Domestic Violence
Self-harm Emotional Abuse
Low self-esteem Iillness
Sex related issues
Our time spent together is confidential and I can offer you a safe a therapeutic environment where you can talk about what’s on your mind, explore your feelings and just be, without any expectations or judgment.
For a number of years I have worked within an organisation close to Leicester’s city centre providing counselling for vulnerable adults and teenagers from a diverse background who have suffered with trauma, abuse and mental health issues.
I feel passionate about the work I do and the service I provide to my clients and regularly attend supervision to ensure my clients have the experience of counselling that they deserve.
I am also a qualified person centred counsellor and a member of the BACP.
I work with a wide range of concerns, and have a specialist interest and experience in the following areas; anxiety depression bereavement and loss trauma self-harm abuse low self-esteem My Background I am in my sixth decade, I am a father, divorced, and have faced loss. Prior to becoming a counsellor, I worked for over 30 years in a national industry during this time I was an active trade union official. I am Vice Chair of Leicester Cruse, a national bereavement charity. Training, qualifications & experience I am an experienced qualified counsellor. I am a senior member of ACCPH, I abide by their ethical code of practice. My qualifications • Cruse Awareness in Bereavement Care • Ascentis Level 2 Awareness in Bereavement Care • CPCAB Level 3 Certificate in Counselling studies • ABC Level 4 Advanced Counsellor and Psychotherapist I am fundamentally Person Centred, but do use other modalities, so Person Centred with integrative tendencies.
Niles S Wort
Senior Member ACCPH
Session are £30.00 per hourly session.
Initial consultation is Free of charge.
Concessions are available, please ask.
Payments via cash, cheque or bank transfer.
Home visits are available for clients