Areas of counselling focus include stress, anxiety and depression, emotional understanding and management, relationship issues, bereavement, sexuality and addictions.
My counselling approach is essentially integrative, which means I work with a range of approaches.
I’m an experienced Personal Development Coach , Career Coach and Life Coach. A personal and executive coach is there to work with a client to help them to achieve their goals and realise their full potential.
As a coach I can help you to identify, plan and act to bring about positive change.
If you’re interested in developing yourself, changing a habit, achieving a goal or preparing for an event – and could do with some help, guidance and support – then this is for you.
This is about targeting a specific issue or goal and working together to understand what’s needed, to plan and take action.
Alan’s holistic approach worked brilliantly for me
Alan was able to give me clarity, future vision and also some effective methods for managing specific situations. Alan is fantastic: a career-coach, counsellor and psychotherapist rolled into one. I recommend him highly.
He helped me to gently “let go” and trust with a number of insightful and varied techniques.
Brian –Shoreham By Sea
Working with you has been a very good experience
Alan has helped me at a key important juncture in my life
I can now use these as key components and criteria to help me ensure that my next steps embrace these.
Alan helped me survive a major life crisis
Alan has offered a safe, structured environment to explore new directions
I strongly recommend speaking to Alan
We went through and used many different tools that I used and thought about to empower me. My confidence has since improved significantly and I feel altogether better and am now willing to trust people more.
The perfect way to take a look at your life and re-evaluate your ambitions
Alan helped me to realise my goals by working to achievable targets and changing my work/ life balance.
It didn’t take long for Alan to help
I would highly recommend Alan as both a counsellor and life coach to anyone needing a guiding hand to take the next steps in building your future the way you want it to be.
Emma K, London
with Alan I felt an incredible sense of reassurance
Within two sessions my panic attacks had stopped
I am a different person thanks to the work Alan and I did togther, and I am very indebted to him for all his help and support. I could not recommend his services highly enough.
My sessions were invaluable in helping me cope
sometimes forgot we were in a counselling session
Alan was a great help for me in working out my next career steps
I found Alan to be refreshingly straight forward
Alan guided me through a concise but hugely freeing process
Alan’s calm and clear approach enabled me to recognise where I am coming from and heading towards. I feel empowered and motivated to manifest this change. Thank you Alan.
Working with Alan from day one has been beneficial for me
N.H.S. Professional, Worthing
I started to feel like a whole weight was being lifted
My sessions with Alan were an oasis of calm
Business Owner, CEO
He has given me tools and strategies to help
Alan Hills UKCP Accred. Bsc. Psychotherapist and Coach (Life/Career/Business)
I’m a trained and experienced counsellor, psychotherapist, development coach, career coach and business coach, including lifestyle design and health, fitness coaching and life coaching. Registered with Bupa, Aviva and hold a DBS certificate.
Conveniently in person or online
The modern world puts huge demands upon our time, that is why as well as my quiet and modern practice rooms in Broadwater, Worthing, we can work online using secure sessions at convenient times.
If you’d like to know more, just get in touch via my contact form.
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Be my slow-motion dance. Be my birthday earthquake. Be my spiral marble staircase in the middle of a Vermont meadow. Be my handstand on a barstool, my whirlwind week in clown school, my joke shared with a Siberian shaman while shopping for t-shirts at Sears. Be my last because. Rob Brezny
Last week was Mental Health Awareness Week and its theme for 2014 was Anxiety. (Next year’s theme will be on Relationships). Anxiety is one of the more common issues that I work with in my practice. It is estimated that 1 in 4 of us will experience a mental health issue such as anxiety or… Read more »