Suicide is something people talk to us about either because they are having suicidal or life ending thoughts or when they have lost a family member, partner or friend.
When suicidal thoughts occur it can be difficult to break free from the cycle and seek help. Our professional counsellors have experience and training in working with suicide, understanding how suicidal thoughts occur and can help the patient learn new coping mechanisms to break the cycle. These methods can help you see beyond your thoughts and seek out alternative options to the issues faced.
Talking through your issues and seeking help might sound difficult when faced with suicidal thoughts and the sense that suicide is the only option. We have counsellors ready to help you with your problems, speaking to a professional who is not personally involved in your life can be of great benefit.
If you have lost someone through suicide you might experience very difficult feelings and thoughts and find it hard to talk to people you know about this. It is normal to feel a huge range of different feelings and people often come to therapy to talk about their experience and try to find ways to cope and find a way forward.
If you or someone you know is in immeidate danger call 999 or visit your local Hospital Accident & Emergency.
Meanwhile if you would like to learn more about suicide and suicide prevention we recommend the free training available through this organisation:
Our Counselling and Psychotherapy Services
We have many years of experience, and provide a wide range of Counselling and Psychotherapy services covering Suicidal thoughts. We also offer a range of approaches including Integrative Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy, Systemic and Existential Psychotherapy.
Further Suicide Counselling Information
If you require further information regarding our Suicide Counselling Services either Contact Nicholas Rose & Associates using the Enquiry form below or please telephone 020 8996 9551.
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We can offer same day appointments for our services.
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