Counselling

Counselling is an essential service and one that, when implemented correctly can be truly life changing for those that receive it. Providing counselling support is though a balancing act and one that requires gentle inputs in order to be successful in the long run. When people seek out or are referred to a counsellor or support worker they tend to be at their lowest point and need to be provided with the correct counselling support and helped to get back to normality.

Therapy, by its very nature is a slow process and requires a mutual trust between therapist and patient which cannot be achieved in a hurry. When dealing with all encompassing issues such as bereavement it can be incredibly difficult to find the right way to broach the subject without making a patient to recoil. Our counselling DVDs provide you with the counselling support that you need in order to be able to build a comforting and beneficial relationship with your patients. By taking such approaches as showing the different outcomes to scenarios dependent on the behaviour and aspect of the therapist our DVDs aim to ensure that you are always able to establish a positive relationship.

The ways in which people react to such issues as loss and the therapy that they require has remained principally the same throughout history, this means the essentials of counselling information will always remain relevant if they stick to the basic principles. By containing counselling information that is both universal and flexible our DVDs remain relevant no matter how much time passes between the making and the showing of the film.

We now have a range of our Counselling films on Video Demand - Click here for more information and access

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    Suicide of Young People: John talks about the death of his brother Neil

    John talks about the suicide of his brother by hanging.

    DVD 2002 27 Minutes

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    Suicide of Young People: Kelly talks about the death of her brother Lewis

    Kelly talks about the death of her younger brother by hanging.

    DVD 2002 28 Minutes

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    Suicide of Young People: Leisa talks about the death of her brother Gareth

    28 year old Leisa talks about her brother aged 20 who hanged himself.

    DVD 2002 30 Minutes

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    Suicide of Young People: Maggie talks about the death of her son Simon

    Maggie’s son jumped off a bridge, aged 19.

    DVD 2002 30 Minutes

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    Suicide of Young People: Maxine talks about the death of her son Neil

    A mother talks about the death of her son by hanging.

    DVD 2002 30 Minutes

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    Suicide of Young People: Mike talks about the death of his son Richard

    Mike talks about his son’s suicide and its effect on him.

    DVD 2002 30 Minutes

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    Suicide of Young People: Sean talks about the death of his sister Caitlin

    Sean talks about the suicide of his sister.

    DVD 2002 27 Minutes

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    Suicide of Young People: Tommy talks about the death of his son Paul

    Tommy talks about his son committing suicide.

    DVD 2002 31 Minutes

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    Person Centred Counselling - a Demonstration

    A training pack for professionals about the 'Care Programme Approac

    DVD 2001 38 Minutes

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    Who Killed Mark Faulkner

    A deep look into rough sleeping and homelessness

    DVD 2000 120 Minutes

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