Jane Heeley MBACP Registered
1 Stourbridge Road
07749 648473 / 07749 648473
I understand how the demands of daily life and major life events such as bereavement or divorce can leave us feeling overwhelmed, confused or even just sad. I am here to listen to you, about the things that matter to you, in confidence. I appreciate that discussing personal problems can feel daunting and it can be difficult to know where to begin but I can promise you a safe place to express your feelings, listen to you without judgement and together we will explore and try to find answers to your worries and concerns.
To give an idea of how I work with clients, I am a ‘person centred’ counsellor, which in brief means that I focus on my client as an individual, establishing your expectations and gaining an understanding of your difficulties through your experiences and feelings. Working together, we can explore these difficulties, and where appropriate, I will draw on elements from various therapeutic methods and techniques beneficial to your progress.
Some clients are unable to describe how they feel or define the exact reasons why they have come for counselling. I have seen many clients who are uncertain where to start so while I have listed the areas of counselling I deal with, please only use this as a general guide and as a starting point. An area I have a particular interest in is depression and its impact on everyday life, relationships and career – whether you or someone you live with has the illness.
Although difficult, I have attempted to describe myself and how I work in these few words, however if you feel unsure or need to clarify any details then you are more than welcome to contact me without obligation, to help you decide whether I can be of assistance to you. In addition, if you are feeling apprehensive about attending counselling sessions then you are welcome to come along for an introductory session with a friend or relative.
- Please note I do not accept calls from withheld telephone numbers - please leave a voicemail message with your name and contact details and I will return your call as soon as I am able.
Training, qualifications & experience
My professional development is ongoing and I attend various training events and workshops to further my knowledge and experience. I am a BACP registered practitioner gaining professional certificates in addition to my relevant qualifications, which include:
Diploma in Counselling 2006
BA (Hons) Sociology 2010
I have been qualified and working as a counsellor for 10 years, and as a registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), I adhere to the standards set out in their ethical framework for good practice in counselling and psychotherapy.
I have been in private practice for a number of years now although additional previous experience includes bereavement support and mental health, with clients within an age range of 16 – 80+
Areas of counselling I deal with
- Affairs and betrayals
- Carer support
- Domestic violence
- Emotional abuse
- Family issues
- Gender dysphoria
- Generalised anxiety disorder
- Internet addiction
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
Other areas of counselling I deal with
Caring for an elderly / ill relative
Identity / age related issues
Living with / caring for partners with mental health issues
Bereavement Support - group work, individual or as a family.
Please note that the areas I deal with in counselling I have indicated, really are only a guide - you are welcome to contact me if you require any information in more detail.
£40 per 50min-1hr session
(Support packages available on request)
£30 per 50min-1hr session for students / reduced income
Counselling Trainees Support Package:
£120 for first 5 sessions
£30 all further sessions
Includes letter or record of attendance (if required by your college)
Payment is welcome by cash, cheque or credit / debit card
Daytime, evenings and weekends.
Pre-work appointments available from 8am Monday-Friday.
I work from Sanctum Therapies, which is conveniently located in Halesowen Town Centre and easily accessed by public transport or car. Directions are available, however please contact if you require these in more detail
All major bus routes into Halesowen stop at the Bus Station. From the station, you will see the church spire (The parish church of St John the Baptist), head back towards the church and a 5 minute walk will follow the footpath around the church, over the pedestrian crossing (opposite the CofE school), continuing towards Stourbridge Road. The George Pub is in front of you on the corner, then turn left into Stourbridge Road and Sanctum Therapies is the first building on the left.
There is limited free parking, either directly in front of the premises (please see the Sanctum Website or call for further info) or there are a small number of spaces by The George pub with a 2 hour time limit.
The nearest Pay & Display car park is located in High Street, opposite the church.
Other Pay & Display car parks are located in Andrew Road, Birmingham Street, Mayfield House and ASDA
Maps & Directions
Type of session
|Face to face counselling:||Yes|
Daytime, evenings and weekends Morning appointments available from 8am
Types of client
|Employee Assistance Programme|