2 Steps Forward Counselling
Therapy From Everywhere
Changing the Way You Feel
2 Steps Forward Counselling
It's time for you to embrace.. Freedom
Everyone faces setbacks in life. Personal issues, family problems, financial troubles, death or trauma can all disrupt our normal routines and leave us uncertain in our lives. When life makes your take a step back, you take 2 steps forward. This is what gives purpose and meaning to life. Life is tough but you are tougher!
Our Counselling Services
2 Steps Forward counselling services was started in response to the desperate need of early intervention and timely treatment. Our services are aimed at providing timely help and care for mental health and emotional wellbeing issues faced by children, teenagers. Young adults and adults.
2 Steps Forward utilizes specialized treatment methods for a multitude of issues ranging from relationship problems to mental health concerns to help children, teenagers, young adults and their families. We also offer comprehensive mental health assessments and support to navigate mental health problems when necessary.
About Fiona Walker
Excellent Track Record.
Working with children, teenagers, young adults, and their families requires special expertise and my education and 20 years of experience have given me just that.
I have worked with children, teenagers and young adults in various settings and under different scenarios. My experience has taught me that working with children and young people requires a completely different mindset and technique.
Passion & Commitment
If you treat children like adults they won’t respond to you and most importantly they won’t open up completely. The only reason I have been so successful in dealing with youth is my passion and commitment to help the people who need it most desperately.
For Concerns Related To
Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have concerns related to:
Low Self-esteem and worthlessness
(e-g school, parental separation)
Parent child conflicts
Contact a Counsellor
Approximately 10–20% of children and young people aged 0–25 experience mental health problems, with 50% of mental illnesses commencing before the age of 14, and 75% by the age of 24.
In this age group, mental health disorders account for highest burden of disease led by anxiety and mood disorders. Unfortunately, just a fractional who affected recieve the care and treatment they need. This is in part due to limited availability of resources and appropriate services. There is a dire need to ensure greater access to appropriate early intervention to battle these mental issues (Catania, Hetrick, Newman & Purcell, 2011).
There is overwhelming evidence that suggests that diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders in early age has significantly positive affect as compared to treatment in adulthood (World Health Organization, 2004). Adolescence (age 12-25) involves major psychological, social and biological change for every individual and this is the age in which mental health issues such as depression and anxiety peak, highlighting the need for early intervention strategies to delay or even prevent the onset of such issues.