“She listened. She didn’t judge me.”

– L


“I can’t show emotions – I’ve heard this time and time again throughout my life. So when I did feel like crying or I couldn’t cope, I’d kick myself for being weak. Working with Rachel made me realise it’s okay to ask for help. It doesn’t make me any less of a man to have and show emotions.”

– B


“I felt accepted for me. I didn’t have to pretend, and I didn’t realise how much that pretending was weighing on me.”

– J


“Beata has an innate skill to understand and empathise, to know when to listen but also when to challenge well-established patterns of thinking or behaviour – and also to reflect back to the client, in an objective way, what they may be unconsciously projecting, in such a way as to guide, empower and encourage the client out of the cycle of behaviour they may unknowingly be locked into. This is a skill that is not so much learned, but is instead the product of her years of client counselling experience.”

– S


“Beata’s core drive in her life is not only professional… it is a personal passion: to help people and make their lives better.”

– L


“Beata believes from her heart that men who suffer any condition with their physical, mental or emotional health or wellbeing should experience no obstacles or barriers to their access to the highest standard of professional support and counseling.”

– J