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One To One Counselling Support

Life issues can sometimes feel like ever revolving spirals that are difficult to untangle. There are many reasons why people seek counselling issues such as stress, anxiety, depression, grief, addictions, sexual issues, confidence the need for greater self-awareness and life balance these issues can make everyday life seem like a mountain to climb. Counselling can facilitate individuals in finding practical and healthy solutions to these issues and help untangle the spiral of uncertainty.

Couples Counselling

Communication often can be the problem within a relationship however it can also be the solution. Couples Counselling can provide a space to explore relationship difficulties that have become fragmented by animosity. Giving each other the time and space to understand and listen to how each individual is feeling within the relationship can provide a platform to encourage growth. Couples counselling can also help those involved take time to decide which step they would like to take next in their relationship.

Clinical Supervision

Supervision protects clients by involving an impartial third party in the work of a counsellor and client, helping to reduce the risk of serious oversight and helping the counsellor concerned to reflect on their own feelings, thoughts, behaviour and general approach with the client. Supervision also supports the counsellor with identifying CPD that may educate them within their practice while positive constructive feedback from their supervisor also builds their confidence as a practitioner. MUSE offers clinical supervision to both qualified and student counsellors.

CPD Workshops (Verified)

Continuing professional development is important because it ensures that professionals are updated on changes of legislation within their field of profession. It also further educates professionals which enhances both their professional and personal development. Agency training provides organisations with the opportunity to educate and support their staff that may enhance both their confidence and competence within their role of employment.

Agency Training

The aim of agency training is to provide employers and employees with education and techniques that improve personal and professional development which essentially improves the work ethos, reduces sick leave and promotes team building.


Hypnotherapy is a talking therapy involving hypnosis which focuses a client’s imagination and subconscious to help bring about positive changes to their thoughts, feelings or behaviour. It can be used to treat anxiety, phobias, weight loss, low self-esteem, body dysmorphia and smoking cessation. It works by feeding the mind with the power of positive suggestion enhancing an overall sense of wellbeing.


NLP stands for Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Neuro refers to your neurology; Linguistic refers to language; programming refers to how that neural language functions. In other words, learning NLP is like learning the language of your own mind. It is another form of hypnosis and it work by disciplining your subconscious mind into reacting in a more positive, calmer way to certain situations. This method works by helping to train your mind so that you can gain complete control starting from the inside out. As with hypnotherapy, NLP can help treat anxiety, phobias, low self-esteem and encourages positive thoughts and feelings which can ultimately evoke positive behaviour.


Advocacy is a process of supporting and enabling people to: Express their views and concerns. Access information and services as well as defend and promote their rights and responsibilities. Advocacy support people facing employment or benefit tribunal’s, decision appeals, review meetings in which the advocacy worker can accompany the individual. Advocacy means illustrating information for an individual’s behalf which they find difficult to communicate themselves. It does not mean that the advocacy worker put their own point of view on the individual’s circumstances but voices the instructions of the individual. The role of an advocacy worker is also sign post the individual to services that may best suits their circumstances.