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“Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”

Confucius (BQ)

Hello, my name is Gen and a very warm welcome to MeaningfulLife Counselling website.

Covid-19 pandemic presented many unexpected challenges, isolation, loss, anxiety, panic attacks and need for extra support. It is difficult to find a private space for self-care and relax. You might feel anxious to go out, lonely or nobody understands you? you cannot find the ways to cope? it might be difficult to reach out for help, not knowing what to expect. Do not worry, I am here to support you through your journey. Online therapy can provide you a safe space avoiding anxiety of traveling. My services are focused to encourage you to find ways in making positive life changing decisions and attitude adjustment. You can contact me for free 15 minute consultation where you can ask questions about therapy concerns you may have and explore your expectations from a counselling perspective.

During online therapy you will have safe space to reflect, process, develop new coping strategies.

  • Home based, comfortable and friendly environment;
  • comfortable clothes; 
  • your pet next to you;
  • a cup of tea;
  • a comfy armchair;
  • warm blanket
  • no public transport. 

Areas I can support you with

While I specialise in loss, I regularly help clients with a variety of challenges: 

Life transitions, adjustment and change

​Anxiety and worry

Isolation

Family difficulties

Relationship with self and others

Burn out

Infertility/miscarriage

Post-natal depression

Pregnancy-related loss

Post-Abortion

Bereavement and loss

Finding meaning

Assertiveness, boundaries and empowerment

Communication

Depression and low mood

Codependency (dependence on and enabling of unhealthy relationships)

Stress and self-care

When a person realizes he has been deeply heard, his eyes moisten. I think in some real sense he is weeping for joy. It is as though he were saying, Thank God, somebody heard me. Someone knows what it’s like to be me.”

Carl Rogers