Sakoon Counselling Session
Every Sunday we have available a free counselling session. KeenOnDeen is working with Sakoon (Sakoon.co.uk) to bring you this Free counselling session. This is a unique opportunity for anyone who is suffering with difficulties, has family conflicts or needs compassionate personal advice.
Time: 2:00pm, 2:50pm, 3:40pm
Fee: Booking fee £5
But will be refunded once you attend
What is counselling?
Counselling provides you with a supportive, non-judgemental and confidential environment in which to explore any emotional, distress or difficulties you may be experiencing or a loss of sense of direction and purpose. The counsellor can perceive the difficulties from the client’s point of view and can help them to see things more clearly, possibly from a different perspective. counselling is a way of enabling choice, change or reducing confusion.
Islamic counselling incorporates spirituality in the counselling process, the combination of religion and psychology helps clients move faster with positive results.
Throughout the process you will be encouraged, supported and empowered to look at yourself from a different perspective. The aim is not only to help you cope with a current issue or crisis, but to do so in a way that produces learning for the future, so you can feel more in charge of your life. Taking responsibility is an important part of this commitment.
Counselling can help in the following
Why Choose Sakoon
Sakoon is a counselling Organisation run by Professional Psychotherapists / Counsellors who are all qualified and members of BACP (British Association of Counselling Practice). Sakoon offer a professional and confidential service to all their clients.
There are many different types of therapy to choose from. However, we offer holistic approach to counselling, we are trained and experienced in.
- Islamic Counselling
- Integrative Therapy
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
- Solution Focused Therapy
- Couples Counselling
- Life Coaching
Sakoon work according to your needs and see what therapy may be most effective to help you
Myths About Counselling
There is a myth that seeing a counsellor is a sign of weakness, that strong people maintain a “stiff upper lip” and have no need for counselling. Exploring one’s feelings and emotions with a view to leading a more positive way of life is a sign of courage rather than weakness.
Problems and difficulties that are not dealt with do not simply go away, they can mount up and in time cause a major crisis.
Another myth is that counselling is only for people who are in a crisis or have serious mental health problems; that you have to be completely unable to cope to consider counselling. This is untrue. May people find counselling enables them to deal with specific problems such as relationship breakdown or bereavement. Those who attend counselling are ordinary people who wish to find ways to resolving their difficulties and working towards living a more healthy and positive lifestyle.
After 7 years of marriage, our married life was close to divorce. After first trying another national counselling service we found we could not relate to it as all nor find it suitable to meet our needs. A friend recommended us to Sakoon. I have nothing but praise for Sakoon’s approach to us as we felt understood in terms of our cultural and islamic needs and our situation. Our counsellor gave us communication tools which we will use forever. Encouraging, engaging, positive, empathic and professional are just a few of the words that come to mind when we speak of Sakoon. Thank you.Testimonial