Our Case Studies take a look at some of our recent client success stories. They highlight the issues and concerns the client had, how they discovered Mynurva and how we helped them on their road to recovery.
Please note, the names have been changed to protect the client’s identity and we have used stock imagery to help you get a feel for who they are.
He holds a senior position at one of the larger finance companies in the city. He still holds that job and is coping well despite a difficult year. A very difficult year. And thanks to the confidential counselling service provided by Mynurva.
But the outcome could have been very different.
Helen was a typical mother who was getting a little bit fraught with the competing demands of working and running around after two children. In fact, she was getting quite stressed and that was making her physically ill. But not critically ill, and not suicidal.
She just needed some help.
He has been working in the same company for the last six years gradually gaining more seniority and experience. Work was going well until the new intake of staff turned up. Comments on his style of suit set off a train of thought he’d not had since student days.
As a student, he had recovered from anorexia that stemmed from bullying at school.
Zola has suffered from insomnia for as long as she can remember. It is part of life. She is always tired and yet struggles to get to sleep. In the past, she tried sleeping pills but was advised not to use these long-term due to side effects.
Zola started monitoring her sleep pattern and was
shocked at just how little sleep she was getting.
Damian was a sales rep. He had worked in sales since leaving college and had worked for several companies gradually gaining more senior roles. He enjoyed the work and enjoyed meeting people.
For many years he had driven hundreds
of miles each week for meetings.
Tom decided to get help for his anger largely to keep his long-term partner happy and hoping to salvage their relationship. Tom has been with his partner for nearly 7 years and recently he’d started shouting and being verbally aggressive to her.
This usually happened when something went wrong – when something broke or there was a longer than usual traffic jam.
She has a good job which she used to enjoy. She lives in a nice house with her partner and children. Home life is hectic, as is the case with most families, but in many ways Angela knows her life is easier than many of her friends.
Everything in Angela’s life should have been good.
But it was not.
When growing up Clare experienced some bullying at school and started to become more aware of what others thought of her. She developed frequent headaches, especially on Mondays. There might be a bad month, and then all would be ok for a while.
Clare now knows first-hand how CBT counselling can transform your life.
Everything seems to be going better for Matt after six weeks of counselling support. He is getting more recognition at work, he feels happier, many of his spots have gone and he is going out more in the evenings and at weekends when not working.
This is a complete change to half a year ago
when the future looked bleak.