Counselling is for everyone....
Counselling (sometimes known as Psychotherapy) is there for everyone. The fact that you are reading this may mean that you have reached a point where life is just not working as well as it did before; perhaps you have come to realise that there are deeper issues that have created more significant difficulties; it may be that Counselling has been recommended either by a doctor or a friend. There are many reasons why clients come for counselling.
I believe that Counselling should be available for everyone regardless of their circumstances. Part of my work is dedicated to providing support to the low and unwaged and otherwise disadvantaged where cost would otherwise exclude you from considering counselling. Click here for more info
My counselling approach is based on an integrative model combining elements of various schools with a core grounding in Person-Centred therapy.
I am a member of both the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and The National Counselling Society and am bound in my work by their respective Ethical Frameworks. I qualified through a University of Gloucestershire accredited course having had 5 years of training.
The illustrations below are examples of some of the more common feelings and symptoms that clients describe when they come to see me. Often clients can identify with more than one of these symptoms.
This is not an exhaustive list and my client work is not restricted to these areas alone. Please feel free to telephone me or to make an appointment to see me to discuss any issue which troubles you.
Whatever the reason and whoever you are my hope is that you will find a warm, compassionate, non-judgemental and accepting therapeutic relationship with me from which together we can address whatever is troubling you and from which you are able to be the person that you were truly born to be.
Find out more about some of my areas of counselling practice by clicking on the pictures below.