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Counselling Therapy in Bath City Centre

Erika Wiesenmueller-Potter MA
Dip H.I.C., MBACP (Accred)
Counsellor for Individuals

If you find life and relationships difficult at times, feel anxious or stressed by your problems you maybe like to make changes with professional help?

Maybe your life is not pressured by immediate problems but you are curious about, and wish to gain greater self-awareness through some self-exploration.

I see people with depression, anxiety, stress, personal, relationship and work related problems, bereavement, health and family issues, low self-esteem, emotional distress, obsessive compulsive behaviour and eating disorders.

I also offer counselling to people who want to better understand themselves and gain more self-awareness..

Psychology has long known that the way we think and feel about ourselves shapes our moods, emotions and behaviour to a significant extent. The sum of these thoughts and feelings profoundly influences our sense of self-worth, our confidence and how we deal with life.

I offer you a supportive and non-judgemental space to talk and reflect about your problems in complete confidence and a process that helps you to clarify issues underlying your troubles, thoughts and feelings. Gaining a better understanding of yourself helps you to shape your life in the way you want it to be.

I am an experienced counsellor, registered and accredited with BACP the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and have been counselling individuals for 17 years in a wide range of settings (see next page).
Having worked as a counsellor in the Student Counselling Service at the University of Bath for many years I have considerable experience of issues relating to student life. I also see students in counselling training.

If you would like to make an appointment or ask any questions about counselling and therapy please contact me on my mobile on 07900-178581; or by email sent to [email protected]


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