Jane Burton MBACP
Welcome to Jane Burton Counselling. I see adults and children in my business premises in the town centre location of Buxton. This safe, confidential space is where you can explore how to bring about the positive life changes that you would like.
I believe that we all have the ability to solve our own problems but it sometimes becomes difficult to see how this is possible. Working with me, I can help to uncover issues that prevent you from making changes or seeing the choices that life has to offer. Counselling can help you heal old wounds, deal with current anxieties and stress and get you out of a rut when you don't know what to do next. Together, we can explore and understand your deeper self.
I work with clients on a short or long term basis. I see individuals and couples as well as teenagers and children, integrating a variety of different approaches that best suit your needs.
My areas of specific interest and experience are of working with adults, teenagers and children suffering the effects of grief and loss, as well as people suffering from anxiety and depression.
The number of sessions varies from person to person and we regularly review our work together so that you are getting the most out of your sessions and you can decide the length of your therapy.
Counselling is often known as a talking therapy. Sometimes, people cannot find the words to express their feelings or thoughts; they might be too painful or so deeply hidden that the person cannot, or fears reaching them. Working creatively can often access that oh-so-wonderful tool we all have - the mind. Each client's work is unique to their own story.
I also use visualisation techniques to address panic attacks and fears.
Before training as a counsellor and psychotherapist I worked for many years as a clinician in various NHS settings. This lead to a particular interest in the effects of emotional wellbeing on patient's recovery and my belief that the mind plays a vital role in healthcare.
As well as my private practice, I also work as a adult and young person's counsellor in a Hospice.
Training, qualifications & experience
Registered Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP)
- Advanced Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling, University of Derby, Buxton.
- Intermediate Certificate in Counselling Skills, University of Derby, Buxton.
- Certificate in Introduction to Counselling Concepts, University of Derby, Buxton.
- Emotional freedom Technique (EFT) level 1 & 2
- Diploma in Podiatric Medicine
- Fellow of the College of Podiatry, Faculty of Surgery (FCPodS)
- Certificate in education & training
CPD Courses attended
- Protecting Vulnerable adults
- Child Protection
- Teaching Grounding Techniques
- Therapeutic Play awareness
- Exploring suicide and self harm in Young people
- Helping children cope with grief and loss
- Introduction to play within therapy
- Meeting at a busy intersection - shattered hopes and dreams with Ted Bowman
- Understanding and working with the power of dreams with Ann Cawthorne
CPD courses facilitated
- Working with complicated grief (2015)
Enhanced DBS certificate
I previously acted as young people’s mentor and volunteer counsellor for Congleton based charity Visyon, who are committed to improving young people’s emotional well-being. This included 68 hours of small group work with young people in secondary school settings through the use of creative media.
I have acted as a volunteer counsellor in a hospice from November 2011 to 2014, working with adults, children and young people on a 1 to 1 basis.
I worked as a children and young person's counsellor for The Dove Service in Staffordshire 2014-15
As well as my private practice, I currently work in a hospice, providing counselling to adults and children.
Areas of counselling I deal with
- Anger management
- Bipolar disorder/Manic depression
- Child related issues
- Domestic violence
- Emotional abuse
- Generalised anxiety disorder
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
- Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Panic disorder
- Passive aggressive behaviour
- Personality disorders
- Physical abuse
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Postnatal depression
- Pregnancy and birth
- 29/04/17 - Living with a partner who has died
- 25/06/17 - Life after the "psycho": recovering your self
Daytime and evening appointments available. Usually on a weekly basis.
Individual appointments last 50 minutes - £35
Couple's therapy lasts 1hr 30 minutes - £50
Payment is either by cash or cheque at each session or you can book and play in blocks if you prefer. Please contact me for availability.
My Buxton practice is conveniently located with free on-street parking.
It is a 10 minute walking distance from the train station and a number of bus stops.
Maps & Directions
Type of session
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