Rebekah Golds-Jones BA(Hons), PgDip, (MBACP)
Rebekah Golds-Jones is a Psychodynamic Psychotherapeutic Counsellor, offering counselling/ therapy, Mindfulness and training. She has over 23 years of experience in working with people experiencing mental health difficulties within the NHS; now seeing people from a wide variety of contexts and with a mix of different issues.
Face to face sessions are held in Arundel, West Sussex and Lewes, East Sussex. Rebekah tends to work in a '12 session model', but all decisions surrounding duration of sessions will be agreed in the assessment session and short term therapy can be arranged. Sessions can be conducted face to face, telephone or FaceTime / Skype, and last for 50 minutes. Long term treatment is also available.
Talking therapies have recently been reported as being of high benefit, with psychodynamic psychotherapy noted within newer research as being highly effective:
Rebekah's approach to therapy enables each client, as an individual, to process and work through thoughts, patterns of behaviour and life challenges, as well as meet times of crisis with a reflective mind.
Rebekah is also a Mindfulness instructor and provides 'pure' Mindfulness sessions, where the focus is wholly upon practising Mindfulness Meditation.
Training, qualifications & experience
- Level 2 Counselling Award, in conjunction with Cruse Bereavement Care
- Level 3 CPCAB Counselling Skills Award
- Degree modules in:
- Child Development
- Psychological methods and research
- Advanced Mindfulness, Meditation and Relaxation Instructor, SMART Foundations
- PG Diploma Psychodynamic Psychotherapeutic Counselling, University of Brighton
- Current student within full Masters pathway, Tavistock Clinic, London: Systemic Psychotherapy
Mindfulness is being used more widely as this method of support at times of emotional stress becomes more well understood and accepted within societies and cultures. I use Mindfulness principles and practices within my work with people as relevant, as well as practice Mindfulness myself regularly.
I am registered with the BACP as an individual member, working towards accreditation. I am also registered with the NCS but am awaiting the awarded level to be confirmed.
My work with people is focused upon enabling them to develop and improve their quality of life, and explore any problems and difficulties, whatever they may be caused by.
Life's stress can derive from a wide variety of sources including relationship difficulties, work pressures, family histories and dynamics, as well as social anxieties, self-esteem and image issues and other mental health difficulties. Human experience also often involves trauma and bereavement, which often, when unexplored, can lead to noticeable relational difficulties in all manners of life, not just with those we are closest to.
I also offer a specialised service to all Ambulance, Police and Fire personnel, based around the 12 session model. This is based upon my own experience of working with these service personnel within my own NHS career, but also from being married to a Paramedic for many years.
Areas of counselling I deal with
- Anger management
- Attachment disorder
- Chronic fatigue syndrome/ME
- Domestic violence
- Eating disorders
- Hearing voices
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
- Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Personality disorders
£40 per 50 minute face to face session; (£30 for assessment session)
£30 per 50 minute telephone / online session; (£20 for assessment session)
Ambulance / Police / Fire Specialised Service: £10 per 50 minute session based upon a 12 week model (these sessions can be either face to face or online / telephone)
'Pure' Mindfulness sessions £25 per 50 minute session (either face to face or online)
Maps & Directions
Type of session
|Face to face counselling:||Yes|
Varied, evenings and weekends also available
Types of client
|Employee Assistance Programme|