Tom Buckland : Counselling - Psychotherapy
& Relationship Counselling
Hopefully you will find any information you’re looking for, but if you can’t, please contact me on 07901522692, and I can answer any of your questions. I’ve been a psychotherapist for many years, working in Basingstoke and London, and now in the Hythe New Forest area near Southampton and Alresford near Winchester.
I work in a Humanistic psychotherapy approach, meaning we will work looking at the whole picture, rather than focusing on one thing. This means the therapy can be adjusted to what will work for you, rather than you having to ‘fit’ into a particular approach.
I’m Tom Buckland, an Accredited Counsellor and Psychotherapist with the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists and I’ve been working with matters of the mind since 2003. My journey began when I saw a professional regarding some of my own issues, and from there, I developed a passion in helping other people resolve their own. Some times when experiencing anxiety, depression or stress, it can be difficult to know what the right thing to do is, or the right person to see. I’ll be happy to discuss this on the phone, or I do offer a 30min consultation so you can meet me, and decide whether the therapy I offer and me as a person are the right things for you. I offer various appointments to try and be flexible around the demands of modern life.
Types of Therapy.
Counselling & Relationship Counselling;
Is often seen as shorter-term therapy (3-15 sessions) and the counselling gives you a space to talk through your feelings and also explore possible understandings from this. The counselling is taken at your pace allowing you to fully use the time in the best way possible. I also work with couples in relationship counselling and specialise in working with affairs..
Counselling by Skype is an alternative if travelling distances are too large, or time too short, to carry out the face-to-face sessions. All the counselling skills are still used in Skype counselling, but you have the extra flexibility choosing where you carry out the session. Although not a complete substituted for face-to-face counselling, it’s a very good second choice if circumstances dictate.
Bereavement Counselling and Grief Therapy;
Often loss is seen has happening when someone dies, and this is often the hardest loss to overcome. Extreme pain of sadness, guilt, anger and losing the will to live yourself are very common.
But loss can happen in walks of life. Losing a job, a home, a pet, your health or your identity. The fear of death or someone dying is also a form of loss.
Is often seen as being longer-term and can be weekly, bi-weekly or even monthly, and is often carried over a year or even two, but can be a continuous support until you have gained the insight and the changes you need. In this therapy you will talk through your week, your feelings, some past times that have come to your mind, or what ever is relevant to you at the time. I as your psychotherapist will help you explore what this means to you, and perhaps some of the unconscious drives behind your thoughts and behaviours. Over time you get more insight to you as a person, and the changes you want to make become easier to put in place.
CBT & Solution Focused Counselling;
CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy) is looking at how our thoughts, feelings and behaviours are linked, and this therapy is a pro-active approach looking at coping strategies to help with making changes.
Much of my work has helped people overcome depression, anxiety and stress. I also provide couple counselling (previously known as marriage guidance) to look at a relationships, trauma counselling as well as personal development and helping people reach their goals.
I see clients from London, Winchester, Andover, Basingstoke, Salisbury, lymington, New Milton and Lyndhurst as well as my home areas of Hythe, Marchwood and Southampton.
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“When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.”
– Viktor E Frankl
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Tom is based in Hythe Hampshire, and also central London for counselling and psychotherapy.
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Skype counselling, Skype therapy.
Counselling in the News and info about
The National Counselling Society.
I am an accredited member of the British Association of Counsellors and psychotherapist and Accredited member of The National Counselling Society.
The type counselling I offer:
Emotional Processing Therapy
Solution Focused Counselling
Often the above are offered in a combination to produce the best approach for you.
I also offer specialist Rewind Therapy for Phobias, Anxieties and Fears.
Some of the issues I work with:
If you have something you want to talk about and it’s not on this list, please ask me if I can help
…I feel a little guilty as I dropped out of therapy, but I have to say 6 months later I’m feeling so much more positive and some of those coping strategies really work, so a belated thank for all your help…
James Buckland Aged 10
….and you were right. I didn’t think I’d have enough courage to say that to my husband, but I did, and he did listen.
I can’t thank you enough for helping me find myself.