If I have learned anything from my 58 years on this planet it's that life can be tough for all of us at times and we all go through our own trials and tribulations. My own life certainly hasn't been smooth and I will always be grateful for the counselling I received during a difficult time and every so often I still like to see a counsellor myself.
In addition to my counselling work I care for patients with extreme cognitive impairment at the Bristol Royal Infirmary. I am fascinated by the human mind and believe that understanding our minds is the key to living our lives well. I am a Vipassana meditator and keen cyclist.
Genuineness, integrity, honesty and the ability to be non-judgemental are what you need from a counsellor and what you can expect from me. I look forward to welcoming you to anicca*-counselling. Patrick.
* The word anicca [an-ee-cha] is the word the Buddha used for impermanence or change.
BSc (Hons): Communications & Society.
University of Leicester.
University of Gloucestershire.
National Counselling Society [NCS] and the Professional Standards Authority [PSA].