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Garden Rooms for Counsellors

Garden rooms have emerged as a great alternative to renting/leasing spaces for counsellors and therapists alike. Beyond their aesthetic appeal, these private and personal spaces offer multiple benefits for individuals seeking support amidst life’s challenges.

Benefit from Privacy

Privacy reigns supreme within the walls of garden rooms, providing a haven away from the bustling noise of everyday life. Here, counsellors create safe spaces where clients can freely express themselves without fear of judgement or interruption. Away from the distractions of public areas, car parks and reception areas, allowing for private healing.

‘I love people and believe that mental well being is paramount. I take great pleasure in designing and delivering garden rooms that allow people to receive support in privacy.’

Angie Hegerty Ward

Alleviate Anxiety

A garden office proves to be a sanctuary for counsellors, offering a unique and therapeutic space that aids in alleviating anxiety for both the counsellor and their clients. The consistent and familiar environment becomes a key element in fostering a sense of security and comfort. 

Unlike more traditional counselling settings, the garden office provides a serene and private atmosphere, allowing individuals to engage in open and honest conversations without the distractions of a clinical environment. 

This continuity of space not only enhances the counsellor’s ability to create a trusting relationship but also minimises the potential stress associated with adapting to different rooms for counselling sessions. 

The garden office serves as a supportive backdrop for counselling, promoting emotional well-being and contributing to a more effective therapeutic experience.

The Impact of COVID-19

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, the landscape of work and mental health support has evolved. While the concept of home and hybrid working gained traction, there was a parallel surge in the demand for mental health services. 

The World Health Organization (WHO) reported that over 70% of countries had adopted teletherapy to overcome the disruptions that COVID-19 caused to mental health services and since then, there has been an increase of applications for mental health support in the UK.

As individuals navigated unprecedented challenges and uncertainties, the need for professional support became increasingly apparent. This demand has not gone away but garden rooms have emerged as the alternative to teletherapy whilst also minimising multiple contact. A one to one relationship between counsellor and client.

For counsellors embracing mindfulness and well-being in their practice, garden rooms offer a blend of security, comfort, and therapeutic intervention. Clients embark on transformative journeys of self-awareness and personal growth, guided by the compassionate expertise of their counsellors.

At Aybel Spaces, we invite you to explore the transformative potential of garden rooms for counselling. Our bespoke designs cater to your unique requirements, ensuring every session is conducted in a secure and supportive environment.

Contact us today to discuss your requirements and let us embrace the therapeutic embrace of nature within the confines of Aybel’s Garden Rooms.

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