• Separation Anxiety & Relationship Attachment

    Separation anxiety can have overwhelming consequences in relationships for those who suffer from this crippling emotion. When faced with a partner leaving home for long or short periods of time, the sufferer can experience an array of anxieties from panic, fear, loss, distrust, aloneness and insecurity; Often these insecure feelings are experienced because we fail to get our needs met within the relationship leaving us feeling that we are unlovable. These sessions will help you to love without losing yourself, gain self understanding and reverse self abandonment.

    Often within these anxieties, there is an obsessive-compulsive element when the sufferer phones, texts or emails in order to locate their attachment figure and becomes overwhelmed by panic if they fail to get in contact immediately. Separation anxiety can trigger attachment issues very early in the relationship but many often hide it from their partner.

  • How can a Relationship Counselling Session help?

    Helen Mia Harris’ Relationship Counselling Sessions can be a life changing aid in helping individuals or couples work through this very painful experience. Helen Mia’s programme focuses on restoring healthy self-esteem and security by working towards autonomy and independence.

    Helen Mia utilises CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy) in her specialist counselling sessions by addressing the core negative thinking patterns and self beliefs that lead to separation anxiety and insecurity.

    Individuals can experience a feeling of being emotionally liberated and find an internal strength in feeling secure within themselves and their own lives, and knowing this creates the possibility of transformation and future change.

    NB. These sessions are not to maintain the relationship nor to separate the couple, but to help each individual move away from, indifference, discord and disappointment towards a sense of emotional balance. Helen Mia works with integrity and respect for all individuals concerned.

  • The demand to be safe in a relationship inevitably breeds sorrow and fear. This seeking for security is inviting insecurity.