CPCAB Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling
Do you feel like you don't have ownership of your story?
If we don’t have ownership of our story this can cause pain and suffering, or we may cut ourselves off from our experience entirely. Losing ownership of your story may have been caused by issues such as depression, anxiety, a feeling of being lost or a feeling of panic.
This in turn may have been caused by trauma, stress, abuse, loss, bullying or other adverse circumstances, or the cause of your distress might not be apparent to you at all. If you have lost ownership of your story it is not your fault and it is understandable that you need someone to help you work through what has happened and help you move forward. It is a very brave thing to try and find your own story and I am happy to say it can be done.
I offer a compassionate and confidential space for you to get to the root of what has happened and own your own story. I am an integrative counsellor which means that I have many tools to help you.
These are the main principles behind my counselling:
I believe the answers are within you and I can help you to find them.
My holistic approach means that we can work on joining awareness of body and mind, which benefits well-being.
I believe our childhood, early life and past relationships shape us. Exploring and coming to terms with our past can be transforming.
Creativity can be incredibly restorative. I can work with art, stories and objects if suitable.
As I am also a personal performance coach I can work in a very goal orientated way if useful.
I am a qualified integrative Counsellor (CPCAB Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling) and I am a member of the BACP, ensuring safe and ethical practice through adherence to their ethical framework.
I work from Banbury Therapy Centre on Fridays between 9am and 5pm although other times may be possible on request.
I am always happy to answer any questions regarding my counselling as I understand how important it is that you choose the right counsellor.
I can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone on 07967 633126.
Alternatively, you can contact Banbury Therapy Centre on 01295 231320 or email email@example.com.