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Chronic UTI Counselling

Looking after your mental health

Living with chronic UTIs often involves navigating a complex and isolating journey, where individuals may face not only physical discomfort but also emotional challenges. It's crucial to acknowledge the toll this can take on mental well-being and seek support tailored to these unique needs.

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There is hope for a better tomorrow

Joanne Mckinlay, a fellow sufferer of Chronic UTI, stands as a beacon of understanding and empathy in this journey. Having personally experienced the struggles and frustrations of managing this condition, Joanne possesses a deep understanding of the illness and its effects, both physically and emotionally.

With Joanne's guidance, individuals navigating the complexities of chronic UTIs can find solace in knowing they are not alone. Her first hand experience enables her to provide invaluable insights, practical advice, and unwavering support to those in need.

Whether you're seeking guidance, coping mechanisms for flare-ups, or simply a compassionate ear to listen, Joanne Mckinlay Counselling offers a safe space for individuals to connect, share experiences, and receive the support they deserve.

"Joanne truly saved my life. I have suffered tremendously with the greif of losing my parent to a terminal illness. The sadness once ruled my life. Being able to talk openly about his passing and illness has allowed me to look back with happy memories. I am living and smiling again, for which, I am forever grateful."

Hannah, London

Joanne Mckinlay Counselling

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