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Deciding to have a hysterectomy is one of the biggest decisions any woman can make. Sometimes it’s easy as your health may dictate what is happening and why; for other women it’s not, as there may be lots of options, fears and worries that need to be taken into account. If you are unsure about what to do next, then a counselling session (either by phone or face to face) may give you the confidence to make a choice that’s right for you.

Please note: face to face counselling sessions take place at our office in Abbotsbury, Dorset. Telephone sessions can for anywhere in the world.

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Deciding to have a hysterectomy is one of the biggest decisions any woman can make. Sometimes it’s easy as your health may dictate what is happening and why; for other women it’s not, as there may be lots of options, fears and worries that need to be taken into account. If you are unsure about what to do next, then a counselling session (either by phone or face to face) may give you the confidence to make a choice that’s right for you.

Counselling is a therapy that aims to help you talk about any problems, fears or issues surrounding your hysterectomy. With the guidance of a trained and experienced counsellor, a safe, supportive and confidential environment is provided. You are helped to explore the issues which may be at the root of your problems to help you feel happier and more confident about the decisions you make.

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How Does it Work?

Each session lasts 50 minutes. Your counsellor’s role is to listen and encourage you to talk openly about your concerns, worries and problems. You can find out more about whether it is right for you by reading our Hysterectomy Counselling FAQ’s.

The purpose of a hysterectomy counselling session is to help you make decisions about your operation and understand why you may feel the way you do. Much of the work will be about helping you to make sense of where you at the present moment and then make decisions about what you can do next. It can be very practical work as well as therapeutic and could be used to help you with all sorts of decisions, such as:

  • whether to have a hysterectomy or not
  • how to manage the operation physically, emotionally and sexually
  • if HRT is right for you
  • what you are going to do about managing your recovery
  • whether alternative forms of treatment might be appropriate
  • coping with the menopause

Who is it suitable for?

Counselling works for many people, however it not suitable for people with severe depression or people with serious mental health issues; it is also not suitable for people who have suicidal tendencies. If this is the case I seriously suggest you visit your doctor for more specialised care.

How Does it Work?

Each session lasts for 50 minutes.  You will be asked to complete a ‘getting to know you’ questionnaire before your session, which gives us the starting point for our work together.  This ensures that the session is focused on YOUR needs and it can then be used to cover a range of information, support, therapy and other helpful elements.

You will be able to choose the date and time of your session, whether that is face to face or by phone/online. We do try to be as flexible as possible and should be able to accommodate most requests and if you are booking a telephone session then we will need your land-line phone number to call you.

Where does it take place?

  • Telephone counselling isn’t dependent on where you live and can be booked by anyone, living anywhere. The session takes place over the telephone or via Skype
  • Face to face sessions take place at our offices in Dorset (9a West Street, Abbotsbury, Dorset, DT3 4JT)

How do I book?

As soon as you have made your payment you will be redirected to a page that allows you to choose the time and date of your session.

How much will it cost?

  • The cost of telephone counselling is £35.
  • The cost of face to face counselling is £45

If you wish to reschedule or cancel an appointment you will need to give at least 24 hours notice, if you give less notice than this, then we may not be able to refund your payment to you.

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