All counselling sessions are 50 minutes.
At times, as your counsellor I may ask you to do something specific outside of the counselling meetings e.g. reading, keeping a well-being diary. This is only a small example of what I may suggest to help you get the best out of counselling as an active participant, both during and between the therapy sessions.
Counselling can provide a fresh perspective on a difficult problem by supporting you to find your path forward.
If you have any questions please get in touch.
Fiona Digan is the registered Data Controller with the Information Commissioner Office in ensuring your data is held in full complaince to GDPR.
Your data will not be shared with, sold or provided to any other person. Any and all data held is for the sole use of counselling.
Clients have access to records on request.
Clients can revoke their consent at any time.
Full details of GDPR compliance is available on request and included in the terms of service provided prior to engaging in counselling.
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Fiona Digan (MNCS, Snr Accred.) is a Senior Accredited member of The National Counselling Society. The society is accredited by the Professional Standards Authority under its Accredited Registers programme.
Fiona Digan, Counsellor (MNCS, Snr. Accred.)
I specialise in helping people experiencing anxiety/ panic attacks, depression, personal and emotional difficulties, loss, relationship breakdown, trauma, coming to terms and finding ways of understanding and living well with health and mental health problems, coping with significant change. To find out if Fiona can assist you, please get in touch.
Call/ Text: 07875 042766
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