If you’ve got to this stage of looking for a counsellor you’ve probably already made the first step of what can sometimes be one of the hardest decisions around wanting things to change, by reaching out and looking for some help and support.
At any time we can find ourselves struggling to cope with everyday life. It could be something from the past that has always been in the shadows, or perhaps a recent event such as a bereavement or relationship breakdown that impacts on our emotional and physical wellbeing. Whatever the problem, being able to talk to someone and explore and work things through in your own way can really help, and as a therapeutic counsellor I can offer this to you, within a non-judgmental, safe, confidential and supported space.
Training and Qualifications
CPCAB Dip in Therapeutic Counselling – Person Centred, Transactional Analysis (TA) and Gestalt
Post Grad Cert in Psychodynamic Counselling
My integrative training which draws from a variety of theoretical approaches allows me to be flexible in how I work, as I know everyone is different and has individual needs. This was certainly true of those I’ve worked with in charity organisations such as Clean Slate, and in the homeless pathway helping people with poor mental health.
I have done a lot of work with sufferers from abuse which can take many forms including sexual, emotional, physical and verbal, and through this I have gained experience of helping people with issues such as:
· Anxiety disorders
· Lack of confidence & Low self-esteem
· Eating disorders
· Self-harm & suicidal thoughts
· Bereavement, Loss & Isolation
· Relationship breakdown
£40 per counselling hour (50 mins), I may be able to offer a reduced rate for those on low incomes
Short or long term therapy available
Working hours: Mondays 1pm – 5pm
Fridays 5pm – 9pm
Feel free to email, phone or text me to find out more information or arrange an initial consultation.
Email: email@example.com Mob: 07593523241
I am a member of the BACP and adhere to their professional and ethical framework for good practice