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The Lighthouse Counselling

The Lighthouse Counselling is run by Emily Arlidge, a counsellor based locally in Thame with a focus on stress management.

 

Stress

I can help you to soothe the stress in your life, help you take back control, have mental clarity and stop your mind from constantly racing. I realise that stress can come from many angles of life, relationships, children, being busy, rushing here and there, loss or change.

 

I have an interest in the link between the mind and the body and therefore the counselling does not have to focus purely on thoughts, feelings and emotions, but how you feel within your body as well. Stress impacts upon the body in various ways, it is a great tool the body has but it is only meant to be for short periods of time. A build up of stress over a long time can lead to burnout.

 

Other benefits of counselling

Counselling itself has many benefits as well as just the reduction of stress, it can increase your confidence, enable you to make decisions you have been struggling with or to just offload and empty your mind, if that’s what is needed.

 

Location

I work in Chinnor within The Village Centre and also am still offering online sessions if that would be preferable.

I am looking into the option to work face to face in Thame as well as Chinnor.

Sessions

Sessions are 50 minutes long and for online counselling you would require an internet connection and a safe, quiet space to talk. 

The investment in yourself is £50 per session

 

For more information about how I work, please visit my website www.thelighthousecounselling.co.uk or if you have any questions or would like further information, email me emily@thelighthousecounselling.co.uk

www.linkedin.com/in/emily-arlidge

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7:00 pm The Annual Town Meeting @ Thame Barns Centre
The Annual Town Meeting @ Thame Barns Centre
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The Annual Town Meeting @ Thame Barns Centre
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5:00 pm Thame Street Food Market @ Thame Town Hall
Thame Street Food Market @ Thame Town Hall
Apr 19 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Thame Street Food Market @ Thame Town Hall
On Friday 19th April Thame Street Food Market will return to the Town Hall. Thame Street Meat will have South African, Burgers, Greek, Jamaican, Mexican and Edies Bakery selling all things sweet, there will be a bar selling locally sourced alcohol and also music from local artist Kiera Gabrielle. The event runs from 5pm until 9pm or the until the traders sell out. Come and have a lovely evening out, enjoy good food, good music with tables and chairs on the cobbles, we hope to see you there.
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7:30 pm Octocello returns to Thame @ St. Mary’s Church, Thame
Octocello returns to Thame @ St. Mary’s Church, Thame
Apr 20 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Octocello returns to Thame @ St. Mary’s Church, Thame
  Following their sell-out concert in 2021, the eight-cello group Octocello is bringing the unique sound of many cellos to a concert on April 20th at 7:30 pm in St. Mary’s Church, Thame. The local group will be playing something for everyone, including arrangements of hits by Andy Williams, Mark Ronson, Charles Aznavour and Leonard Cohen, together with classical favourites and a nostalgic film medley. Octocello will be joined by The Voice Section, an a capella choir based in Ealing, singing their varied repertoire of hits. All proceeds from the concert will go to Thames Valley Air Ambulance, in memory of one of the group’s founder members who was tragically killed in a car accident in 2023. Tickets are £12, (£10 for concessions, U16 free) available from The Book House in Thame,…

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