Even the strongest among us can feel lost, unsure, and unhappy at times.

Anxiety may be holding you back from fully being yourself, there might be times when you feel disconnected from life. Self-doubt, dread, and negative thoughts have become a part of daily life, and you are ready for this to change.

Perhaps you are troubled by your past experiences or current situation, have a difficult relationship with yourself or others. You might feel quite alone, out of place or misunderstood, and find yourself withdrawing, or pretending that everything is ok.

Personal counselling can help you to gain insight and understanding regarding your difficulties. Talking therapy enables you to gently unravel, process, and work-through complex emotions in order to resolve them.

With the help of a professional counsellor, you will be given the support needed to overcome your difficulties. Counselling can empower you to be more at ease within yourself, take charge of your life and relationships. A more content way of being is possible and within your reach.


The outbreak of the coronavirus is creating anxiety and uncertainty for a lot of people, there may be fear and worry about the impact this may have on yourself, your loved ones, society and the economy in general, daily life as you know it may be changing significantly, and this can be overwhelming.

Telephone and online video call sessions continue to be available during this difficult time.

Maja Andersen (MBACP) Counsellor & Psychotherapist

​Starting Your Counselling Journey:

  • Get in touch, and confirm your availability via email, phone or simply use the contact form.

The more flexible your availability is, the higher our chances are of finding a suitable time.

Taking that first step can be difficult, reaching out can be daunting; this is perfectly normal; after all, you are prioritising yourself, perhaps for the first time. There is a lot to be gained from investing in yourself, and yes, you really are worth it.


  • Your first session.

This initial session will give you a sense of whether counselling is right for you, it is an opportunity to ask any questions you may have. It is a non-judgmental space where you can explore and make sense of personal experiences and difficulties in a safe and confidential environment. Your initial session carries no obligation for continued counselling.

Telephone and online video call sessions are available.


  • You decide if ongoing counselling is right for you.

If you decide to engage with ongoing counselling, we will agree on a reoccurring weekly appointment, which will be yours for as long as you need it. You are of course free to end counselling at any point.

Initial Counselling Session

- discounted to £25 (50 mins)

Your first session is a non-judgmental space where you can begin to explore and make sense of personal experiences and difficulties in a supportive, safe and confidential environment.

Located in the Hanover area of Brighton & Online


01273 689495 or 07765 828184 - Please leave a brief message if your call cannot be answered.

​Opening hours:

Monday to Friday: 9am to 8pm.

All counselling sessions start on the hour and lasts for 50 minutes.


First session: £25.
Subsequent sessions: £45.

Payment can be made in cash or with a debit/credit card in-person. Telephone and online sessions are payable in advance via bank transfer.



Based online, and in the Hanover and Elm Grove area of Brighton.


Parking and Public Transport:

There is visitor parking on nearby Hampden Road, with further parking on Cobden Road, the charge of which is £1 per hour.

A number of buses stop outside by De Montfort Road: 21, 21a, 21e, 22, 23, 74, 94, and 94a.

Additional bus routes stopping at nearby Lewes Road: 23, 24, 25, 25x, 37, 48, 49, and 78.

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