We offer a safe, supportive environment where we help you understand and work on whatever problems are affecting you. We work with couples and individuals whatever your relationship status. Whether it’s an affair, your communication is not as good as it was, wider family issues, work and money worries, or anything else bothering you, you’ll find us good to talk to.

Many people experience anxiety and depression at some point in their lives. Having someone to talk to in a non-judgemental, supportive place can be a great help. We can work with you to understand the contributing factors as well as helping you cope with and reduce the anxious and depressive feelings.

We offer a safe and inclusive service, however you define your sexuality, gender or relationship. We recognise that LGBT people can face extra pressures in their lives, and we also understand this isn’t always what you want to talk about. We have extensive training and experience in working with people from diverse sexualities, genders and relationships.

 

Sex can be difficult to talk about, even with the people we love the most. Sexual problems can occur at any time in a person’s life and can happen whatever your relationship status. We take a positive approach to working with sexual issues and are able to work with you in relationship therapy or offer specific Psychosexual Therapy for more serious sexual problems.

EFP uses equine-facilitated activities to explore the way a client sees and relates to themselves and others, their patterns of behaviour and survival as well as their gifts and strengths, and may include the exploration of past experiences and traumas. EFL uses equine-facilitated activities as a tool for self development and education, with a focus on the present moment.    

Meet the team

As brother and sister...

LGBT Counsellor
T: 07769 206 540
Relationship Counsellor
T: 07432 659 337

As brother and sister ...

We are both Relate trained relationship counsellors. We also have extensive additional training and experience of working with individuals and families. As brother and sister, we bring a distinctive family dynamic to our practice. KAS counselling is also a way for us to remember the person who inspired us to become counsellors. Our mum, Carole, known as Cas. Carole was a relationship and family therapist for many years. She was a highly respected and successful counsellor, with an amazing ability to connect to and understand people. She is the person that inspired and guided us on our journey. As a family, we had our share of problems! We all experienced counselling in one form or other to help us. So, we recognise the potential we all have to grow and change through counselling.

Although we are related we have different approaches to counselling (and life in general). It is these differences that help us balance our work. We are separate, but we are connected. And it is this connection that gives us a unique approach to our work. We also have different areas of specialist interests and expertise. Alex is based in Northwich. He specialises in counselling: lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender clients. He is a highly skilled relationship counsellor who works with heterosexual couples. Kirsty is also a highly skilled marriage and relationship counsellor working in Chester. She specialises in marriage counselling, relationships and working with young people. You can find out more about our work as therapists through the tabs at the top of the page. Reading this page may just be the first step on your journey. Give is a call or drop us a note using the contact section to discuss how we can help. Thank you for visiting and taking the time to read our story.

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KAS Counselling ServicesThursday, February 13th, 2020 at 7:39am
"In healthy relationships, there’s an equitable balance of giving and receiving. Partners are close. Both partners’ needs for love, care, and support are met."

There are of course times when one partner may feel more able to support or more in need of support. Relationships need constant reflection and communication to ensure each is being supported and able to offer support in an appropriate way at the appropriate time.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/presence-mind/202002/the-enabling-romantic-relationship-unhealthy-alliance

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