Hazel Mutch Registered Memeber MBACP
01695 576669 / 07926 071239
Therapy provides a unique space which is safe and confidential. Here you can explore your experiences at your own pace, and in a way which can help you to understand yourself, find what may not have had chance to heal, and know where you desire change. This can ultimately free you from distressing patterns, and bring new perspectives and peace.
My aim is to keep you feeling safe as you go within by holding everything you talk about in your therapy sessions in compassionate acceptance. I will not judge you because I understand that allowing ourselves to be just as we are right now is the first step for any kind of change. It is also deeply healing in itself.
I am trained in integrative psychotherapy which means I draw on a number of approaches, allowing me to work with your particular needs and communication style. Fundamentally my approach is person-centred and relational. This means I believe that you are the expert in your own life and I provide the conditions which allow you to rediscover this expertise through a therapeutic relationship.
I came into therapy from a coaching background. I know we can all take on beliefs and habits which can leave us feeling limited and constricted and which hide our true selves. Through coaching I have seen clients uncover their hidden qualities and become open to all kinds of possibility. However I have also seen how past hurts and strong conditioning can feel impossible to get past; this is where therapy can enable change at a deeper level.
Training, qualifications & experience
- Postgraduate Diploma in Integrative Psychotherapy
- Coaching Level 4
- ASIST suicide first aid
- CSSO model for YP therapy
I work therapeutically with both adults and teens. I am employed by the University of Central Lancashire as a counsellor and have previously worked for Barnardo's as a therapist with young people. I have also provided counselling for adults through mental health charities. My therapeutic work builds on many years experience in wellbeing and personal development as I have worked in various mentoring, coaching, and facilitation roles, mostly in education settings. I have a longstanding interest in the links between creativity and emotional health and facilitate creative workshops for wellbeing.
Areas of counselling I deal with
- Anger management
- Asperger's syndrome
- Carer support
- Child related issues
- Domestic violence
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Initial assessment: Free of charge
Individual therapy session £45
Maps & Directions
Type of session
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My availability is flexible. Please contact me to arrange an appointment.
Types of client