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Carer Counselling, Banbury

Updated on November 15, 2014

Carer Counselling and Support

Who cares for the carer? Who counsels the carer? Who does the carer turn to for support when everyone is busy with their own concerns? Based upon personal experience and professional training The Paloma Centre offers a range of therapies that can ease the the burden of unrelenting giving to others. Empathic understanding and a caring, professional approach, demonstrating respect for the client's requirements epitomise the approach of The Paloma Centre, a centre for holistic growth and personal support.

The Paloma Centre. is a personal growth and therapy centre which provides an holistic approach to emotional healing and personal development. The aim of The Paloma Centre is to help clients find their own way of living their life in a more complete, satisfying and resourceful manner. Call on 01295 812138.

Who cares for the carer?

Carers and their caring for others come in many shapes and sizes - and disguises! All too often the carer becomes "the invisible one", always in the background, always answering the questions about the one they are caring for, rarely being asked how they are themselves.

Having to cope with the distress of managing a close and dear friend, partner or relation through the living death of dementia ( "mourning the living"), or patiently tending a cancer sufferer, or just living the endless time of isolation with an elderly relative are just some of the scenarios that are all to common today, plus of course the endlessly rewarding but exhausting care for children with life limiting conditions. The people who undertake these roles are the real heroes of our selfish modern society, although they would never thank you for describing them as such

Typically a carer is an unselfish, self effacing person who commits their life to the support of another without thought of reward and this can be a physically, emotionally and spiritually draining undertaking. Finding someone to tallk to about their own personal worries and concerns can be difficult, everyone else has their own concerns which appear to be just as important to them and they don't want to appear to be complaining. Based on personal experience and professional training The Paloma Centre offer an empathic understanding of these issues and a range of therapies to lighten the burden of caring for others. The Paloma Centre near Banbury is a personal growth and therapy centre which provides an holistic approach to emotional healing and personal development. The aim of The Paloma Centre near Banbury is to help clients find their own way of living their life in a more complete, satisfying and resourceful manner.

About Counselling

The Paloma Centre can help you overcome

Depression, Anxiety States, Panic Attacks, eating disorders and associated negative mind sets.

Call David on 01295 812138 or visit our website at

www.thepalomacentre.com

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01295 812138

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Share your troubles and lighten the load.

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      goo2eyes lm 5 years ago

      my sister took care of my father and i am sorry that i was not there to take care of him.

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      sousababy 5 years ago

      Featured on: https://hubpages.com/entertainment/what-are-these-...

      Hope it helps!

      Respectfully,

      Rose

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      sousababy 5 years ago

      Such an important aspect in a family that deals with illness (of any kind - physical, emotional or mental). The last person to get some help often IS the care giver . . who feels guilty for having needs of their own. I shall be featuring this (and others of yours) on my newest lens and will let you know on your Bio page asap. Thank you for what you do to help others David.

      Most respectfully,

      Rose