Peter Granger answers your questions on anxiety, anger management, bereavement, alcohol addiction and substance misuse and addiction, depression, low self-esteem and children and young adults.
Our expert - Peter Granger, registered Member of British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP
Peter is based in both Watford and St.Albans, he gives clients the opportunity to work towards living in way in which they experience as more fulfilling and effective.
He works with clients to achieve a personal insight and self-awareness in to work through feelings and improve their relationships with others.
Peter specialises in:
He is qualified with a 2 year Post Graduate Diploma as an Integrative Counsellor. This gives him a range of different therapeutic approaches in which he can apply to the needs of the individual.
To contact peter directly please telephone 07990591713 or email email@example.com
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I drink so I feel better. I don't enjoy day to day life. no other issues I work, I have a select few friends that i socialise with and a youngish family. I'm just not happy being sober but I also don't want to drink anymore its starting to affect my relationship. What should I do?
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