The role of counselling is to neither lead nor follow, though sometimes both are necessary,
but to 'walk alongside', going where you, the counselee, wants to go,
exploring what you want to explore.
Walking Life's Path was created in order to 'walk' with those seeking help,
to clarify and set about reaching their goals, with the primary objective being to empower them to make the right decisions in order to reach said goals,
and to be able to 'walk away' more self-reliant, with a new or revised set of skills and a greater sense of hope for the future.
Coming soon to this space are some fun things we get up to from time to time.
Anyone is welcome, please submit an expression of interest.
Life Restored seeks to help as many individuals and families to gain a better quality of life,
and however we can do it we will try.
Whether it be simply a chat over tea or coffee, creating / building / fixing things, or day trips to fun places, while at the moment while we are only able to help with these more simple things we hope to also be able to help finacially in the not too distant future.
We are here for everyone, we do not cater to any particular age group, nationality, race, gender, belief or worldview, as it is our hope to see the community learning to work together accross all these.
We feel you ... YES YOU ... have something to offer, even if it's only ideas, or maybe nothing at all, we would love to hear from you, it is our belief that everyone has purpose and worth.
A blog of some very interesting stuff, yep, that's my opinion!
Sometimes life is... hard. You don't have to go it alone
Feeling overwhelmed by it all? Stuck in a rut?
Do you feel you are wandering aimlessly through life?
Have you considered counselling?
Do you know of someone who may benefit?
Why counselling? What can it offer?
Someone to talk to, a listening ear; counselling helps us in many ways.
It's confidential, it's objective, it's non-judgemental,
it can help us grow, it shares in the burdens of life,
it comes alongside people helping them to discover strengths in themselves that they may not have realised they had...