Suki Yip dip/MBACP
07515-508029 / 07515-508029
A Registered BACP member, approachable, conscientious, reliable individual with extensive knowledge around issues concerning rape and domestic/sexual violence. Respectful of the humanity, worth and dignity of all people and promoting this value within my work. Having a proven ability to recognise and respect diversity amongst people whilst opposing discrimination and oppressive behaviour. Am able to create therapeutic conditions in order to promote autonomy and encourage clients to make responsible decisions on their own. Respectful of the privacy of clients, preserving the confidentiality of information acquired whilst maintaining professional boundaries.
My core approach is Person-centred. However, from an integrative perspective, my choice of therapeutic interventions derive from the conceptualisation of the problem. That choice is made by relating the intervention directly to the nature or character of the problem being addressed. My toolbox comprises of many techniques and I use whatever fits my client best.
As a counsellor, my aim is to support my clients as they explore who they are and help them to discover the influences that shape their unique view of the world. My motivations are geared towards fulfilment and helping people towards achieving theirs.
I have a Diploma in counselling and I am a registered member of the BACP (British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy).
Training, qualifications & experience
Certificate of Proficiency - BACP
Diploma in Counselling
Certificate in Counselling Skills & Theory - level 3
Certificate in Counselling Skills - level 2
Working with Children and Teenagers counselling course (12 months). Content included: Psychoperceptional theory, various types of play therapy, Humanistic theory, family systems theory, Inner child, legal acts & legislation, ethical understanding of counselling children & teenagers. Course also incorporates abuse, bereavement, anger, anxiety counselling.
Workshops/Training Courses Include:
Awareness on rape & sexual abuse
Awareness on self injury/self harm
Awareness on Mental health/OCD/PTSD
Counsellors & the Law
Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault
Child Protection/Child Abuse
Gay/lesbian and Bi-sexual
Awareness on Domestic Violence & Sexual Abuse
Teenage Partner Abuse
Domestic Violence, Children & young people level 1 & 2
FGM Female Genital Mutilation
Areas of counselling I deal with
- Domestic violence
- Eating disorders
- Emotional abuse
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
- Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Physical abuse
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Other areas of counselling I deal with
Having successfully worked and completing a variety of workshops at Birmingham and Solihull Women's Aid, I have sound knowledge of domestic violence issues, rape & sexual violence, teenage partner abuse, domestic violence (children & young people) and FGM femail genital mutilation.
I have also had the opportunity to work with residents that have been victims of domestic/sexual violence within a Birmingham refuge for a period of two years. Each case was a huge success. Each case with the service user was unique. I offered non-judgmental, safe and caring sessions, listening attentively and emotionally supporting women to personally grow and feel empowered.
£45 - for a 50 minute session.
However, I am very happy to accommodate prices to tailor each individuals needs e.g students, unemployed, debt etc.. Please do not hesitate to contact me regarding prices and I will do my very best to ensure your needs are met.
Please feel free to contact me on 07515-508029
or via email on email@example.com
HOW I WORK
- Building a relationship of trust and respect with clients
- Agreeing a 'counselling contract' to establish what will be covered in sessions
- Encouraging clients to talk about the feelings that have made them seek counselling
- Listening carefully, ask questions and clarify my understanding of the client’s situation
- Empathising with the client’s issues, but challenge them when necessary
- Helping clients to see things more clearly or from different perspectives
- Referring clients to other sources of help if appropriate
- Attending regular supervision and counselling sessions
- Keeping confidential records
- Attending continuing professional development courses/workshops/reading
- Working towards accreditation.
Maps & Directions
Type of session
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Mon-Fri 9.30am to 4pm Evenings 7pm-9pm Weekends - upon special request
Types of client