Counselling 121

“Sometimes having someone to talk to who isn't involved in your life can help you to see things more clearly”

and that's how I became a Counsellor

I am Accredited by the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy

Also a Member of their Specialist Division for Counsellors in Private Practice

You will find me listed on the BACP Certificate of Proficiency, The BACP Counselling Directory and, the Counselling Directory

I am a RELATE trained Relationship Counsellor and a School Counsellor

For your reassurance and safety this means that I follow a strict ethical framework for good practice

My working week includes School Counsellor in Primary schools. but mainly my own clinical practice.

I am a relationship counsellor for individuals and couples.

This work includes supporting individuals experiencing various levels of mental health disorders including depression, anxiety, bi-polar, autism, acquired brain injury, personality disorder, cancer, pre and post bereavement work, and relationship breakdown.

Previous clinical experience includes Counsellor at the North Warwickshire Counselling Service which was based at the George Eliot Hospital in Nuneaton and On-line Counsellor for young adults via a Government funded programme.

Counselling is not about giving advice or making judgements about you. I guess you've already had plenty of that if you're looking for a counsellor.

We are all individual with different needs, and I feel the relationship between you and I to be the most important part of your decision to work with me. 

Only you can decide what's right for you - 

and I'm available for you if you feel the time is right