Counselling for building confidence and assertiveness skills.

Do you experience fear or anxiety when needing to assert yourself or set a boundary? 
Do you experience people pleasing behaviours 
Do you have difficulty saying no?

You always have the right to say no but sometimes it is difficult and we may experience fear and anxiety when we want to say no. This may lead to internal conflict, you may be wondering how you can assert yourself, say no and express your thoughts, needs, and opinions without being aggressive or disliked.

Why do we need boundaries

A boundary is like a line in the sand that shows others how we want to be treated. It's important to set healthy boundaries in our personal lives to maintain healthy relationships. Being more assertive by setting your boundaries and confidently communicating them to others is not necessarily easy but it’s a skill that can be learned. Developing your assertiveness starts with a good understanding of who you are and where your boundaries lie. 

Assertiveness Counselling works by helping you define what you feel comfortable with and how to communicate the message firmly, calmly and clearly.

.How can counselling help?

Counselling can help you to explore and understand your individual needs, values and beliefs. Some values and beliefs are given to us as children and counselling can help you decide what’s important to you today and learn healthy ways to set boundaries and learn assertiveness skills.

Counselling can help you identify subtle patterns and behaviours that are hindering self-fulfilment and support you in developing self-awareness, healthy habits and intentional practice in this transformational process. 

Counselling can support to find the right balance between passive and aggressive behaviour which involves assertiveness, setting boundaries, and communicating effectively 


Counselling can provide support in navigating the anxiety and fear associated with developing assertiveness and setting boundaries, ultimately making it a natural behaviour

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