|Counselling Service for
Women & Young People
About Joe Isaac
Originally from Lancashire, Joe has lived in Southsea for 17 years. She has a grown up daughter.
Between 1994 and 2000, Joe undertook various NLP trainings and is now an NLP Master Practitioner. She also has a Diploma in Humanistic Counselling, and is BACP Accredited.
Joe also brings a wealth of personal life experience to her work, with a good awareness of gender and power issues, knowledge and experience of meditation and relaxation techniques, experience of empowering people to take control of their lives, both 1-1 and in groups, and work with individuals and organisations to help them function better.
As well as work with private clients, Joe works with NHS staff and Renal patients. .
Joe provides supervision to counsellors in the local area. Contact her for more details.
Some Client Comments:
"Thanks for the breathing tips - very useful and easy to put into practice as a proactive relaxer technique too - great!" (Laura)
"I really enjoy counselling!"
"I feel lighter, more comfortable with myself; happier!"
"It really helped put things in perspective."
"Thankyou so much for helping me to believe in myself again."
"Have used my 'circle' a couple of times already; how nice to have your own little space in a travel format!" (Sally)
"Thank you for all your support. It has helped me to move on."
"I feel a lot better . . . a lot stronger. It's really helping."
"I found it interesting, I discovered a lot of things; I quite enjoyed it." (Danielle 21)
"Information provided was outstanding."
"Easy to talk to, felt confidence and trust quickly and felt understood."
"Warm and non-judgemental. Easy to talk to. I had confidence in her professionalism." (Helen)
"Felt at ease. Lovely woman. Helped me feel a lot more positive about things."(Carol)
"Very kind, trustworthy. You feel very safe confiding in her. Does not judge you, judges situation. Puts things in perspective."
"I found the techniques particularly useful. Understanding triggers and anxieties and how to manage them."  (Joanne)