Positive Beams

Individual Counselling

Tina Clark

(Formerly Livingstone)

Working with me can strengthen you, and unlock your potential through a therapeutic relationship founded on unconditional positive regard, empathy and genuineness.

I help people unravel their struggles, deconstruct what blocks them, and overcome taboo.

Here is what some my clients feel about working with me;

“My first contact with Tina was with the simple words Help me... the hardest words I have ever written, but marked the moment my life changed for the better. Tina gave all my internalised fears a voice for the first time in my life... and then calmly helped me explore and rebuild myself.

One of the most important lessons she taught me was to forgive myself. When you have been your own biggest critic for so long, this can be an almost impossible task. It isn't, it just takes time and the calming words of a good counsellor. Together we turned my life around.”

I came along to these sessions at a very traumatic time in my life. I felt at the lowest I feel I could ever reach. I was reluctant to pursue counselling and it took a lot for me to be able to open up. However Tina managed to help me find the strong person within me that I seemed to have lost. I would like to say a very big thankyou for helping me find myself again.

I wasn't able to avoid going up to London yesterday for a hospital appointment (eyes). I hadn't been able to go on a train for the past nine or ten years as I used to get major panic attacks. No anxiety at all. Quite a civilised way to travel really! My point is without the stuff you helped me with, I couldn't even have attempted this and would certainly have just made an excuse and missed the appointment. So thanks, Tina. I seem to gain a greater insight into myself with every passing day. I know that's because of the seeds of ideas you quietly planted. You're really good at what you do.

Counselling with Tina made me able to put things in perspective. I was made to feel that everything I was feeling was not stupid or wrong, but perfectly acceptable considering my experiences, and I was then able to move forward. I found talking to someone who did not know any of the people involved in my problems gave me more confidence to actually say how I felt and not pretend otherwise. It made me feel that I was perfectly normal, and not someone who was going mad, and that I would be able to cope with my future.