about therapy


Contact Keith

phone 07958 551127

email keithflynncounselling@gmail.com

Your confidentiality is always respected.







The essential purpose of therapy is to enable a better understanding and awareness of yourself so that you can make informed choices about how you want to live your life. For more information on counselling please follow the link here.


Counselling can explore the barriers in your life, those you are conscious of and others you are not.  Some problems may never go away entirely, but how we manage them, and our attitude and relationship to them can change. Oddly enough, as we feel better, or make different connections, the problem may not be so dominating.


Confidentiality is one of the cornerstones of the counselling and psychotherapy profession. It means that whatever we discuss in our sessions together will not be shared with third parties unless you specifically request it.

How long do people stay in counselling?

There is no right answer to this question. It varies enormously, and largely depends on how much work you feel you can do right now on the issues that you want to bring to counselling. The time you might want to spend attending counselling sessions does not necessarily reflect on the degree of difficulty you are experiencing. It’s an individual thing. Counselling can be both time-limited and open-ended according to your needs.