St. Barnabas House
Most of us will feel the need for extra support during certain periods of our lives. Sometimes, the best form of support is counselling. Once you take that crucial first step and pro-actively seek to find answers, solutions or someone who listens carefully and without judgement, the journey begins. Together we would explore your difficulties and build up the skills and confidence that would enable you to lead a better life.
Training, qualifications & experience
As an integrative practitioner qualified in 2008, the focus of my work is on building a trusting relationship and creating a individual therapy plan tailored to the person's needs.
I have extensive experience working with both children and adults, affected by a wide variety of difficulties. Here are some of the issues I've encountered most frequently:
- relationship difficulties (romantic, family, friendships)
- loneliness and isolation
- family breakdown
- bereavement and loss
- domestic violence
- work related stress
Qualification: Diploma in Integrative Counselling from Canterbury College.
Areas of counselling I deal with
- Domestic violence
- Emotional abuse
- Family issues
- Low self-confidence
- Physical abuse
- Pregnancy and birth
Counselling sessions last up to 50 minutes and generally take place once a week.
Face to face sessions are £40.
Telephone sessions are £30.
Skype (or Facetime) sessions are £30.
Initial, 30 minutes telephone assessment is free.
The face to face sessions take place in comfortable, safe rooms in a designated building. Once you get to first floor of the St. Barnabas House, you would be welcomed by one of the staff and I would be informed of your arrival. All counselling sessions are scheduled in advance.
Parking is available within a 5 minute walk. The train station is less that 10 minutes walk away.
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Type of session
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