sarahbayford@mail.com

Sarah Bayford, BACP Registered Counsellor and Psychotherapist

Invest in YOU.

Counselling in Surrey. 

There are a lot of counsellors and psychotherapists out there!

Why Me?

I have experienced the highs and lows of what life can throw at us…loss.. of loved ones.. loss of relationship.. loss of self.

I tell you as one wounded soul to another.. my journey of self discovery is still in progress …

I work in a way that explores past experiences from childhood, through regression work and looking at attachment in our early years. 

I believe that offering somebody the chance to come as they are and to be accepted just as they are, through a safe and non judgemental way, can be transformational.

How often do we get the opportunity to do that?

There is HOPE … there is a way … The way is working THROUGH our experiences. 

Faith

My Christian faith is important to me and can be incorporated into our work if you so desire.

Sarah works with a wide range of issues including:

Anger – Anxiety – Addiction -Bereavement – Childhood  difficulties – Complex PTSD – Depression – Divorce – Domestic Abuse – Emotional abuse- Family estrangement -Family issues – Self-esteem
Different Types of Therapy; 
 
Integrative
Person centred
Humanistic
Gestalt
Psychodynamic
Relational
Solution-focussed therapy
Transactional Analysis 

Life can have us questioning.

Who am I?

What’s my purpose?

I can offer you the space to explore these fundamental questions, in a safe and non judgemental environment.

 

Sarah works in Guildford, Woking and the local area including: 

Merrow. Burpham.

Clandon. Ripley. Send

East Horsley. West Horsley. 

Worplesdon. Chobham. 

Pyrford. St John’s. Bisley.

Counselling with Sarah is a safe place to simply 'be'.

There is HOPE … there is a way … The way is working THROUGH our experiences. 

Look at the three S’s ... Security ..Self worth and Self Esteem.

What Sarah's clients say about her...

I had a crisis earlier this year and sought out a therapist who dealt specifically with family issues to help me navigate through my complex feelings of grief, having never considered therapy before. Sarah and I meet weekly and work through many "in the moment" problems, how I feel on that day, as well as exploring ways of behaving that come from childhood. Sarah's style is direct but empathetic, and I have found her prompts about patterns of behaviour hugely helpful.
Catherine
Woking
“Sarah helped me through what was a very tumultuous time in my life. My situation was changing weekly and she showed flexibility and diversity in how she engaged with me. Thank you Sarah”
Fiona
Guildford
I was new to therapy when I contacted Sarah, and we've now been having weekly sessions for nine months. I've found her approach gentle and revelatory, and would recommend her for first-timers like myself. I'm really pleased with the progress I've made since starting sessions with Sarah. It has also been a real help that she's flexible with phone or Zoom sessions, and to changing the date or time of our sessions in advance.
Simon
St. Johns