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Crystal Waters Counselling 

Renewal Growth & Clarity

Crystal Waters Counselling was created with you in mind. We are passionate about creating a safe space for you to be able to offload, unwind and regain peace of mind when it all gets too much. Led by Fay Lindo (Dip. Couns), Crystal Waters Counselling specialises in partnering with you on your journey to healing the emotional and psychological wounds that cause you pain regardless of how deep the hurt may be.

Our ultimate aim is to be the listening ear you need; the friend who ‘gets it’ and the people to turn to when searching for the tools required to help keep you going on the darkest of days. Everyone needs someone, sometimes. No matter how trivial you may think the issue is or how hopeless you may feel, Crystal Waters Counselling is always just a phone call or text away.

We can help because we’ve been there. We know what it’s like to feel broken, afraid, ashamed or alone. We’re here to remind you that you are more brave than you think, stronger than you know and together, we’ll embark on a new journey to self-discovery, understanding and joy.

Contact us today to take the first step. 

Meet Fay Lindo...


With over 14 years in professional counselling experience,

Fay has dedicated her life to helping her clients, whether children, young people, adults find their smile again. Specialising in Adlerian Counselling, Fay has developed the unique ability to get to the root of the challenges her clients face and guide them towards their breakthrough. 

Her genuine, empathetic and gentle nature allows her clients to quickly feel safe in her care, building a rapport that is pivotal to the success of her approach.

Listen to Fay’s story… 

Are you struggling with depression, eating disorders, anxiety and panic attacks, low self-esteem, suicidal thoughts, drug and alcohol dependency, or just not feeling like yourself?
Crystal Waters Counselling is here to offer you the support you need!
Contact us today. We’re here for you!


Diploma in Alderian Counselling

Certificate in Art Therapies 

Certificate in Alderian Training 

Certificate in Pastoral Counselling 


Are you a child or teenager who needs emotional & educational support? 

Supporting students with varying emotional and education challenges.


  • Never doubt the importance of self-awareness; it encourages growth and personal development.

  • Writing is a brilliant way of expressing feelings so keep a Journal.

  • It’s easy to be hard on yourself so embrace your successes and your failure and have the courage to be imperfect. Don’t be judgmental on yourself or others.


  • Acknowledge yourself doubt and know that everyone at some time experiences it.

  • Set realistic and achievable goals (revising for test/exams, complete homework etc.).

  • Never underestimate the importance of positive people so surround yourself with them.

  • Think about your behaviour and ask yourself if this is destructive.

  • It is vital that you recognize this type of behaviour before


  • Fear of failure

  • Anxiety and panic attacks

  • Low self-esteem

  • Lack of self confidence

  • Lack of motivation

Are you an adult going through emotional
and psychological issues?

We cover a wide range of emotional and psychological issues which can be addressed during counselling.


  • Get plenty of rest 

  • Time management is essential. Making time can alleviate stress. The feeling of not having enough time can be distressing.

  • Fitness and working out (walking, swimming, yoga, light jogging).  Never doubt the importance of exercise it has an invigorating effect on the mind.


  • Feelings are important so acknowledge and accept them.

  • Connect with others this will help to fill the void. You may decide to travel or do some recreational activities.

  • It is importance to focus on positive things rather than negative feelings; replacing negative feelings with positive ones. When a negative thought comes to your mind say to yourself ‘I had a good day to day’. 


  • Think about your behaviour and ask yourself if this is destructive.

  • It is vital that you recognize this type of behaviour before change can take place.

  • Destructive behaviour can include for example: biting, cutting scratching, shopping excessively or gambling. 

  • Keeping a journal is a good way of listing any behaviours. 

  • Ask yourself if this behaviour is useful and does it benefit me. 

  • Asking friends and family is also helpful in pin-pointing behaviour.

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