A modern Counselling & Therapy practice that are passionate about breaking the stigma of mental health.
WHAT IS THE FLAWED JOURNEY?
Our founder, Emma established The Flawed Journey in late 2019. The Flawed Journey have helped various individuals from different cultures and backgrounds who have been located across the globe in UK, Ireland, Australia and parts of Asia with sessions easy accessible and affordable with no waiting lists.
Founder Emma understands creating a safe space where mental health issues can be discussed with a non-clinical approach, will then ease the stigma surrounding mental health today and also encourage others to open up and heal through professional talk therapies.
The Flawed Journey team offers a warm, comfortable yet confidential environment to fully discuss your past or current life to improve your overall Mental Health. Our therapists are passionate in what they do to assist individuals overcome mental health struggles and can help beyond the textbooks due to their own personal experiences.
Our team take great care of all our clients by providing a unique approach tailored around each individual's needs to ensure they are getting the best quality of support required.
“I started The Flawed Journey practice because when I was in need of a Counsellor and professional help, I couldn't find instant services that were easy accessible and also affordable. I wanted to create a Worldwide community of therapists that will help many others open up about their mental health struggles without the additional stress of long waiting lists & high fees.”
MEET THE TEAM
HOW ARE WE DIFFERENT?
The Flawed Journey team of private professionals includes both Counsellors & Psychotherapists, who are trained in different therapy modalities and aim to deliver only the highest quality of services. The Flawed Journey have a modern approach and stay updated with how we can help individuals all over the globe find young relatable therapists when seeking Counselling support.
The Flawed Journey are passionate about what they do and understand seeking professional help is more than talking about your problems, worries and fears as you can also learn skills to manage your emotions more effectively for future situations.
The Flawed Journey specialise in assisting expats from all over the world who may be struggling abroad through the current pandemic with missing loved ones, dealing with loneliness, job loss, financial pressure, eating disorders, anxiety, uncertainty, stability and much more. Therapists of The Flawed Journey can help with these issues due to their own personal experiences of living abroad and can provide empathy and support to help you through the challenges you can face whilst living abroad.
HOW CAN WE HELP YOU?
The Flawed Journey team can help if you are struggling with common issues such as:
Addiction & Substance Abuse
Anxiety & Stress
Behavioural Issues & Mood Changes
Break - ups
Eating Concerns / Self-Esteem / Body Image
Expatriate & Relocation Issues
Grief and Loss
Loneliness or Social Isolation
Trauma / PTSD
MENTAL HEALTH FACTS
AROUND 1 IN 7 PEOPLE GLOBALLY, HAVE 1 OR MORE MENTAL OR SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS
63% OF UK ADULTS SAY THAT WHEN PEOPLE ARE KIND TO THEM, IT HAS A POSITIVE IMPACT ON THEIR MENTAL HEALTH
GLOBALLY, 1 PERSON TAKES THEIR OWN LIFE EVERY 40 SECONDS – A DEATH RATE HIGHER THAN WAR
ON AVERAGE, ACROSS THE WORLD WE LOSE 1 MAN EVERY MINUTE TO SUICIDE
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHAT DO WE MEAN BY COUNSELLING?
HOW CAN COUNSELLING HELP?
Counselling is the process that occurs when a client and counsellor discuss and explore difficulties during a scheduled time, which may include stress or emotional feelings of the client. Most people at some point in their lives feel uncertain or overwhelmed by problems, both physically and mentally. Counselling therefore helps the client to change their behaviour and to improve their current situation.
Talking therapies can help people who are distressed by difficult events from the past or present, people with mental health issues or people who want to understand themselves better. Talking therapies can help with depression, anxiety, obsessions, panic, phobias and relationship issues. They can help with grief and other emotions such as anger or shame. Talking therapies can also help with chronic physical conditions, alcohol, smoking, drug and gambling issues, along with complex mental health issues.
HOW MANY SESSIONS WILL I NEED?
WHAT SHOULD I KNOW BEFORE MY FIRST SESSION?
Sessions are about working on any underlying issues and it’s important to understand that it does take time for results to occur. It takes allotment to unravel the emotions surrounding any issues and to identify the crux of the problem. Every client is different and it solely depends on what your wanting to achieve from your Counselling journey.
Think about what you want to get out of therapy?
Think about how you will know if the therapy is working for you?
Make a commitment to attending your therapy sessions – if for any reason you can’t make a session, let your therapist know as soon as possible.
Your therapist will tell you what to expect from therapy and guide you through each session so don't set high expectations upon yourself.