Living Therapy - Counselling, Training and Supervision in Southampton Living Therapy - Counselling, Training and supervision in Southampton

Counselling, Training & Supervision in Southampton

How often are you truly listened to? My name is Mike Eustace. I am an experienced counsellor and I offer you the opportunity to find your own answers. I value, honesty, integrity, finding your own path, connection and relationship. Counselling can be exhilarating and challenging – I am not afraid to walk with you through dark places in search of light.

I provide counselling in Southampton to individuals and couples and I offer a supportive, empathic and calm approach to help you shed new light on your problems and turn your life around. Whether it’s a problem with anger, anxiety, relationship issues, depression, or anything else, I will listen and help you find solutions.

I run a quiet, peaceful counselling practice in central Southampton with free car parking and easy access from the M27 and M3. My practice is 20 minutes walk from Southampton Central station, and is on several major bus routes.

Contact Info

The exact location of my counselling practice is not shown because I work from my own home.

Location: Southampton SO15, Hampshire.

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Supervision

No matter what your job is, the most important factor in determining success is you. Self-reflection is an essential for good relationships and good professional performance. Whether you are a counsellor or other professional, I offer you the opportunity for open, honest and constructive self-reflection and professional development.

I did my supervision training at CSTD London with Robin Shohet and Joan Wilmot. I use the Seven-Eyed Model of Supervision, which encourages you to look at your relational style from seven unique perspectives, and is a powerful way of rapidly developing broad and deep insight, showing you what works well and what needs to be developed.

For Counsellors & Psychotherapists: I offer clinical supervision for counsellors at all levels of experience, and I offer a discounted rate for students. See my supervision page for more details.

For Professionals: I offer professional consultancy for professionals in all lines of work. I give you the chance to step back and take a fresh look at the relationships that you have with colleagues and customers. See my consultancy page for more details.

Training

Understanding Addiction

12th November 2016 – Southampton

An experiential and interactive day (10am – 5pm) course exploring the neurology and psychology of addiction, the history of the twelve-step model of recovery, and practical examples of how to help clients working through the first three of the twelve steps. Click here for more info and booking.

I offer a number of training courses is based upon the 12 Step philosophy pioneered by Alcoholics Anonymous. These courses will be of value to mental health professionals working with addiction in their client base:

Addiction Awareness (2 hours) – Two hour session on the neurology and psychology of addiction, the history of the twelve-step program or recovery, and practical examples of how to help clients come to terms with Step 1.

Understanding Addiction (1 day course) – An experiential and interactive day (10am – 5pm) course exploring the neurology and psychology of addiction, the history of the twelve-step program or recovery, and practical examples of how to help clients come to terms with Steps 1-3.

Working With Addiction (2 weekends) – 4-day in-depth experiential course with homework, exploring the neurology and psychology of addiction, types of addiction, the history of the twelve-step program or recovery, the link between addiction and trauma, and practical examples of how to support clients through all the 12 Steps.

Visit my training page for more info and to see feedback from previous courses.