Julia Jordan BACP registered Counsellor & Bereavement Counsellor
3 Grove Road
Do you ever feel alone with your problems? Suffer with Anxiety?Depression? Feel Angry? Sad? Have relationship issues? Bereaved, Low self esteem, work issues, stressed, and don't know where to turn. Come and talk your problems through with me in a safe and comfortable environment.
HOW CAN COUNSELLING HELP YOU?
I have been working as a qualified counsellor for 16 years. Working with individuals and groups from the age of 18 upwards. I believe in counselling and the benefits it can have for you and your relationships. Counselling gives you the opportunity to talk to someone like me in confidence, who has no other role in your life. Sometimes family and friends find it hard to listen to their loved ones talking about their emotional pain.They often want to take away the pain and give advice. Or you might find it impossible to know who to talk to or who you can trust. As your counsellor I will listen to you, and support you with your very painful and difficult thoughts and feelings. It could really help improve your quality of life.
I am a very experienced Bereavement counsellor.I worked for Cruse Bereavement Care for 10 years with individuals and groups. Long term and short term work.
When someone close to you dies you may experience a deep sense of loss leading to feelings of sadness, Anger, guilt, Anxiety, Depression and other related feelings. It is also common to have difficulties with eating, sleeping, poor concentration, headaches and other physical symptoms. These emotions and physical symptoms can sometimes be overwhelming and make everyday living difficult. These symptoms are a normal reaction to grief however if they persist for a time it can be helpful to talk things over with someone outside your family or social circle.
I began training as a counsellor because as a nurse I didn't have enough time to give the emotional support I felt was needed to my patients and their families at very difficult and distressing times. When I worked in Accident and Emergency I found myself wondering what happened to the bereaved and traumatised patients family and friends. Counselling has helped me with my own bereavements. I really enjoy the work I do and being able to offer the emotional support that we all need at certain times in our lives.
How do you contact me?
You can send me an email or call me both are confidential.
Training, qualifications & experience
Qualified 2002 with Post-graduate Diploma in Professional studies, Counselling from The University of the West of England.
Accredited Cruse Bereavement Counsellor for 10 years working with individuals and groups.
MBACP (Member of British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists) I work with in their framework of codes and ethics.
2015 2 day Trauma and PTSD training by Babette Rothschild.
1 day training Trauma and the Body Somatisation and Dissociation with PODS
RGN (Trained and served in the Regular British Army 1988-1993)
I have 15 years experience including private practice and 10 years working for Cruse Bereavement.
I have run support groups for nurses in the NHS.
I have 25 years of nursing training and working in the Regular British Army for 5 years which included 6 months at war during the Gulf conflict 1990/1991.
20 years experience nursing in the NHS has given me a wide experience of working with people with many issues including trauma both psychological and physical, chronic and acute illness, sudden death, addiction, self harm, domestic abuse, abortion and miscarriage to name a few.
Areas of counselling I deal with
- Affairs and betrayals
- Bipolar disorder/Manic depression
- Chronic fatigue syndrome/ME
- Domestic violence
- Emotional abuse
- Family issues
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
- Physical abuse
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
I charge £45.00 per 50 minute session.
Some concessions are available please feel free to ask.
Concessions are available for
I have evening and day sessions available and work at Fulcrum House.
I am a member of BPA ( Bristol Psychotherapy Association) attending monthly talks and teaching of Counselling and Psychotherapy. Which along with my other courses and workshops which makes up my CPD (Continual Professional Development) keeps me up to date and informed and continually improving my work as a counsellor.
Maps & Directions
Type of session
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I have availability for daytime and evening sessions.
Types of client