Counselling in Brighton

 Travel towards a brighter horizon

Hello and welcome

 

My name is Frey and I am an experienced counsellor and psychotherapist (MBACP), providing a safe and confidential service for adults of all ages in central Brighton. 

I have supported people with a wide range of issues and mental health problems, including anxiety, depression, stress and relationship issues. Whatever is troubling you right now, I am pleased you have decided to seek help and hope to help you to move forward feeling lighter and more empowered.

Choosing a therapist can be a difficult decision to make. The key to successful therapy is in the strength of the relationship so it is important to find someone who you would feel comfortable with sharing your problems.  Please take a look around my website to learn more about how counselling with me could help you.

Coronavirus and the accompanying uncertainties are understandably causing anxiety, distress and anger to a lot of people. Since it is also having financial impacts, I am offering reduced fees to clients who need it during this time. I am also offering free counselling to NHS front line staff. All therapy will need to take place online or over the phone until the social distancing requirements change.

Feel free to contact me to ask any questions or to book a first session.

 

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About Counselling

Counselling and psychotherapy is often misrepresented in popular media. So, what is it really like?

Find out more here.

Frey the counsellor

About Me

A strong therapeutic relationship is important to get the most out of counselling. Find out more about how I can help and how I work as a therapist.

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Contact Me

If you have any questions or want to arrange a first session then do not hesitate to get in touch.

Phone: 07572 133734

Email: freycounselling@gmail.com

You can also click here to use the contact form.

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FAQ

Counselling and psychotherapy can seem mysterious. My FAQ page answers many of the questions my clients tend to ask.

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