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Azalea Counselling Counselling from Eastleigh near Winchester
with Vicky Mould

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"When someone really hears you without passing judgement on you, without trying to take responsibility for you, without trying to mould you, it feels damn good". - Carl Rogers

Welcome. Vicky Mould

I am a mental health counsellor and bereavement counsellor near Winchester and Southampton

Welcome, I'm Vicky Mould and thank you for coming to my website. I am a professional counsellor working online and over the phone with adults of all ages and currently provide counselling across Eastleigh, Winchester, Southampton and Fareham in Hampshire.

Finding the right counsellor is so important, so I hope the following information helps you get a sense of me and how I can work with you.

Reasons to get in touch
Are you struggling with feelings of loss and grief through bereavement or other life changes?

Are you battling depression, postnatal depression or frequent anxiety? Is self-harm or suicidal feelings concerning or overwhelming you?

Is increasing or ongoing stress impacting a mental illness such as bipolar disorder or schizophrenia? Would you like to explore a recent diagnosis of mental illness?

Are relationship issues or feelings of mistrust creating a sense of loneliness or lack of support?

Are you a survivor of sexual or domestic abuse and struggling to cope with your feelings and emotions? Are you being controlled/abused by a partner or family member, or think you might be?

I hope you'll reach out. You can email me through this website or call or text 07729 193629.

As a mental health therapist and bereavement counsellor near Winchester and Southampton, I'm here for you, and I can support you. I am down to earth, accepting, compassionate and attentive, and you can talk freely with me.

When you're struggling, it's not always possible to talk openly with family or friends. You may feel judged or not listened to/understood. You may feel they are contributing to your struggles. You may not want to burden or worry them. You may feel you need more support at the moment or a different kind of support. These are all reasons to come for counselling and talk things out.

How I can work with you
Contacting a counsellor may feel scary, yet it can be a helpful next step towards healing, inner peace, making changes or different life choices.

As a counsellor, I can help you feel part of a safe, trusting and supportive relationship, so you can explore what feels important to you and nurture your self-worth, confidence and self-esteem.

Practising person-centred counselling, I can support you to relieve that sense of overwhelm, loneliness, stress, isolation and confusion in a non-judgemental and safe space. Here you are free to express your thoughts, feelings, emotions and ideas and reflect on your experiences.

Creative mediums (colour, cards, photos, collage, journaling) can be used in counselling if this helps you connect with and express your feelings and emotions or if you'd like to work creatively.

I can listen in a way that helps you feel genuinely heard and understood - perhaps for the first time, get some clarity or a fresh perspective on things and develop that ability to listen to yourself.

As I trust you're the expert on yourself, I don't offer advice or make decisions for you. Working together is about empowering you to make choices or changes you wish to make so that you can move forward in a meaningful way.

Sessions are available over the phone or online using Zoom, FaceTime or WhatsApp. If you would like to ask questions about counselling or arrange a free consultation, you can call or text 07729 193629 or email me through this website.

Welcome. bereavement and grief counselling

Are you experiencing and struggling with feelings of loss and grief?

Many life circumstances and events can trigger feelings of loss and grief, including:

  • A loved one's life-limiting or terminal illness
  • Bereavement, including pregnancy loss
  • Being or becoming disabled
  • Caring for a family member or friend
  • Facing and surviving cancer
  • Living with chronic illness
  • Experiencing relationship issues or changes
  • Experiencing bipolar disorder or schizophrenia
  • Surviving sexual or domestic abuse.

    And I can be of support in life circumstances such as these or any other experiences of personal loss that may be impacting you now.

    Counselling is an environment where you can understand and openly acknowledge the losses you have experienced and grieve at your pace.

    As a grief and bereavement counsellor near Winchester and Southampton, I can establish a safe, trusting and supportive relationship where you can be yourself, express your feelings and emotions and find your sense of coping.

    I can offer bereavement counselling if you have experienced the loss of a friend, partner, parent, baby, child, brother, sister or grandparent.

    Perhaps you're concerned about how you are feeling or how you are dealing with your grief.

    Or maybe you'd like support to feel less alone in your experience, adjust to changes in your life or work through new or worsening depression, anxiety or post-traumatic stress disorder.

    Or perhaps you would like a safe space to share or create memories or talk openly about the relationship you hoped for or had together.

    I have been a bereavement professional since 2008 - initially as a trained volunteer for Cruse Bereavement Care and now as a bereavement counsellor in private practice. I've worked with people bereaved through different circumstances.

    As an Accredited Practitioner of the Foundation for Infant Loss, my professional training includes the sensitive issues surrounding miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal death and sudden infant death.

    If you would like to explore online bereavement counselling, please call or text my practice mobile 07729 193629 or email me through this website.

  • Welcome. counselling for mental health

    Are you looking for support with your mental health and wellbeing?

    Getting professional support for your mental health can prove challenging, yet I hope to help.

    Counselling with me offers a safe, trusting and supportive relationship where you can feel accepted, valued, heard and understood.

    Perhaps you'd like space to find your coping, new ways of being or living life more comfortably.

    Maybe you would like support to relieve suicidal thoughts and feelings, a sense of loneliness, isolation, low self-esteem or lack of confidence.

    Perhaps you'd like the safety and support of a counsellor to work through experiences that may have impacted your mental health, such as:

  • Sexual or domestic abuse
  • Bereavement
  • A loved one's life-limiting or terminal illness
  • Relationship issues or changes
  • Pregnancy or childbirth
  • Parenting struggles
  • Disability
  • Chronic illness
  • Carer stress
  • Bullying or harassment
  • Discrimination
  • Work-related issues, including redundancy.

    As a mental health counsellor near Southampton and Winchester, I have worked with people experiencing depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder and schizophrenia. I can support you with any or all aspects of your mental health and towards increased wellbeing.

  • You can contact me to book a free consultation or to ask any questions

    I offer online counselling across Eastleigh, Winchester, Southampton and Fareham.

    Please reach out if you feel I could be of support.

    You can contact me with any questions you have or to arrange a free consultation over the phone or online using Zoom, FaceTime or WhatsApp.

    You can call or text my practice mobile 07729 193629 or email me through this website.

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