Caro Hill MBACP (Accred)
2 Pelham Street
Therapy offers you, the client, a chance to be listened to without judgement, shame or preconception. It should be a safe and boundaried relationship within which to search for the meaning, sense and truth of your life and the other relationships you are part of.
I have broad experience of working with relationship issues, co-dependency, trauma and abuse. For those facing their own (or that of a family member) substance or process addictions and eating disorders I also have experience in 12 step programmes. As an integrative therapist I draw on aspects of various therapeutic models (but my style is essentially relational, drawing from a primarily psychodynamic perspective) when working with a client and to suit their individual needs. This means that over time we could use the hour together to explore the relationship issues (past and present), historical experiences, boundary issues and belief systems that may impact upon your life, work and relationships today. Or you may want to focus on a single issue to develop new coping strategies around it.
At heart I believe, as humans, we have a deep need to feel understood by and connected to others. I further believe that this is only achievable through first developing our relationship with ourselves. Therapy is therefore about gaining self awareness, then accessing and strengthening inbuilt resources to enable us to develop stronger and more rewarding relationships both with our selves and those around us. It offers us the opportunity and ability to make more informed choices in our own lives.
I hold additinal trainings in working with Trauma, EMDR and EFT which I integrate as part of my general practice.
I see individuals for private counselling in Oxfordshire and London (South Kensington).
As a member of the BACP (British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy) I adhere to their Code of Ethics and Practice.
Training, qualifications & experience
MA in Psychotherapy and Counselling
Somatic Trauma Therapy
I have worked as a primary counsellor, family therapist and group facilitator in a drug and alcohol residential treatment clinic, as the in-house therapist within a major GP practice, as a staff counsellor in large organisations and as an aftercare counsellor on various drug and alcohol programs. I have also run group programmes for Divorce Support Group but I currently practice privately, seeing individual clients and couples in South West London and Oxfordshire.
Areas of counselling I deal with
- Eating disorders
- Emotional abuse
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
- Passive aggressive behaviour
- Personality disorders
- Physical abuse
My fees start at £85 (£120 in London) depending upon the contract agreed.
Maps & Directions
Type of session
|Face to face counselling:||Yes|
I am in London every Wednesday and Thursday and in Oxfordshire Monday and Tuesday
Types of client