Jamie Crabb, Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy MBACP

Jamie Crabb, Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy MBACP

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London
North Finchley
N12

07745 535562

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London
North Finchley
N12

07745 535562

About me

Please note: I am on annual leave from 13.12.17 - 4.1.18 and will be contactable via email only during that period using the 'email me' button or directly via info@jamiecrabbtherapy.com for enquiries regarding January 2018 appointments.

Counselling & Psychotherapy 

People consider counselling and psychotherapy when they are experiencing difficulties in their life related to the past or present, are feeling stuck, seeking new direction and change or wish to develop greater awareness of themselves and more vitality in life. I offer a safe, warm and confidential space to support you to explore, reflect and understand what has brought you to therapy. The space we create together can enable the exploration of a range of emotions and experiences that can be challenging but equally may involve humour and laughter and lead to insight, understanding, growth and change.

Key information & Location

I am a qualified Integrative therapist and a registered member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (MBACP).  My practice is based in North London in North Finchley (N12 8DJ) - less than ten minutes walk from Woodside Park tube station (Northern Line) and North Finchley bus station. I have extensive experience in both short and long-term counselling and psychotherapy.

50-minute initial 'chemistry' sessions are at a reduced fee of £20. Regular sessions are £50 per session for 50-minutes at the same time each week.

My journey & experience

My journey toward counselling and psychotherapy began, as a result, of fifteen years experience working in education both in teaching/academic and support roles where I developed a growing interest in supporting young people and adults who experienced mental health and wellbeing challenges, disabilities, long-term health conditions, dyslexia and other neurodiversity. These enriching experiences enabled me to develop invaluable skills and understanding of the power of authentic and enabling relationships.

I personally experienced the transformative potential of counselling and psychotherapy that led to my training at the Minster Centre one of the leading Integrative therapy training institutions in the UK and Europe. I have worked with a diversity of clients and therapeutic and support organisations - you can learn more about my experience, skills and specialisms below and on my website: www.jamiecrabbtherapy.com

My approach - Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy

My training and practice is an integrative approach to counselling and psychotherapy.  'Integrative' means that the way I work is tailored to each client informed by and integrated from different theoretical and practice traditions in the field of therapy including humanistic, psychodynamic and contemporary psychoanalytic, cognitive-behavioural (CBT), body psychotherapy and elements of mindfulness. I also recognise how the cultural and social context in which we live has an impact on wellbeing that may be important to explore.

This approach means I work with each individual as a whole exploring thoughts, feelings, physical and bodily experience.  I believe exploring the relationship between us is an important part of our therapy as a means to support you to explore challenges you may be experiencing.  Together we create a space that is safe for you to look in and experience yourself, then gather the strength to make the changes that you hope for. I will be honest, reflective, open, curious, and unwavering in my approach to support you on your journey.

Training, qualifications & experience

Experience

I am a qualified Integrative therapist and a registered member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (MBACP).

I have extensive experience working with clients from diverse backgrounds and issues including depression, anxiety, complex mental health challenges, family and relationships, gender and sexuality, intercultural and broader issues of identity (see full details of my experience and specialisms below).  I have worked at organisations including the Disability Service at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, a GP Medical Centre Counselling Practice, London Metropolitan University Counselling Service and currently Mind in Barnet Counselling Service, the Minster Centre Psychotherapy and Counselling Service and Diversity and Ability (DnA).  I also run a mental health and wellbeing group project at the homeless Charity Crisis in East London.  Further information about my specialist areas can be found below and on my website: www.jamiecrabbtherapy.com

Training & Qualifications

  • BACP accredited Diploma in Integrative Counselling (The Minster Centre)
  • UKCP accredited Masters in Integrative Psychotherapy and Counselling from Middlesex University (The Minster Centre, due to complete in 2018)
  • Diploma in Massage & Aromatherapy
  • PG Certificate and Diploma in Dyslexia and Specific Learning Differences
  • MA & BA (Hons.)

I am committed to working on my personal and professional integration through reflective practice, supervision and regular Continual Professional Development following the BACP ethical framework for professional practice.

Member organisations

BACP

Accredited register membership

Other areas of counselling I deal with

I have extensive experience of short-term counselling and long-term psychotherapy in areas including:

  • Anxiety and depression
  • Family and relationships
  • Pregnancy, parenting, young parenthood and post-natal depression
  • Masculinity and feminity, manhood and womanhood - what it means to be our gendered self
  • Sexuality, trans and non-binary identity
  • Diversity, Cultural and Intercultural issues of identity and belonging
  • Disability, long-term and unseen health and medical conditions
  • Specific learning differences and neurodiversity (dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD, autism and Aspergers)
  • The experience of growing up in foster care and adoption
  • Diagnosed mental health conditions including borderline personality disorder and psychosis
  • Social exclusion and homelessness
  • Workplace difficulties
  • The social and political

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Fees

You are welcome to contact me for a free, no obligation telephone consultation on 0774553556 to explore the possibility of working together.

50-minute initial 'chemistry' sessions are at a reduced fee of £20. During this session, we explore what brings you to therapy and we can get a sense if the relationship 'feels right' and you feel comfortable.  We would check in a couple of days after the session to see if you would like to meet regularly.

Regular counselling and psychotherapy sessions are £50 per session for 50-minutes at the same time each week.

I offer discounts to trainees, and some concessions based on your employment status, financial circumstances, availability and personal circumstances. We can discuss this further if you choose to make contact or meet.

Further information

I have co-edited a book based on my experience supporting Dyslexic students in higher education:

Hargreaves, S. and Crabb, J. (eds) (2016) Study skills for students with dyslexia: support for specific learning difficulties (SPLDS). 3rd edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications (Sage study skills series).

Maps & Directions

London, N12

Type of session

Online counselling: Yes
Telephone counselling: No
Face to face counselling: Yes

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None

Types of client

Young people
Adults
Older adults