Counselling for Couples, Individuals and Young People in Doncaster & South Yorkshire

Face to Face counselling in Doncaster, and "Virtual" counselling by either Phone or WebCam.

The Counselling Lab provides Counselling for Couples, Individuals, Adults and Young People, and SupervisionTraining and Professional Development for Counselling Professionals in Doncaster and South Yorkshire.

Understanding how and why we connect is vital, whether you are overwhelmed by the demands placed upon you by others, or feeling lonely and isolated.  Increasing digitalisation, polarisation in politics and our hectic schedules seem to conspire to make our lives fragmented and disjointed.

At The Counselling Lab, we believe in healthy relationships and social connections, in whatever form they take for you, and we strive to be mindful of those in our work with clients.  At the beginning of 2018, Leigh Brannon, Relate trained Counsellor/Psychotherapist, Supervisor and Tutor recognised that there is a need for reliable, trustworthy and flexible counselling, specialising in Relational thinking. Whether you are an individual, a couple, or a young person, counselling which is informed by how we fit into our world will be useful in supporting you.

Life throws us unexpected challenges

Sometimes, a life transition has unexpected consequences, at others, change is thrust upon us when we are unprepared.  Perhaps we find ourselves stuck, and unable to move forward; to make the change we badly need.  The Counselling Lab is dedicated to supporting you through transitions, at your pace, and mindful of those around you.

“Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced”.

James Baldwin
American Novelist and Social Critic 1924-1987

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