Tina Smith, counselling adults, children and young people/ supervision

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31 Aeron Close
South Wales
CF62 7PX

07875 744507

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31 Aeron Close
South Wales
CF62 7PX

07875 744507

About me

HI my name is Tina. I've worked with adults for 10 years and for the past 7 years I have also specialised in children and young people.I offer you a safe friendly confidential space. To work through your areas of need. Some of the areas I cover are depression, anxiety, self esteem, stress, family issues, eating disorders, sexuality, gender identity, sexual abuse, and team building workshops


The most important aspect for myself in counselling is to be real, honest and non judgemental. This allows a warm, therapeutic relationship to thrive; in turn giving yourself a safe place to explore your thoughts, feelings and experiences. I will aid you to explore what the issues or concerns are, and also look at what you want to achieve within counselling.

My role within counselling is to help you to reflect on what's going on in your life, looking at the things that you maybe struggling with, and creating change if you choose to.

I use different theories to suit the clients needs, such as CBT to look at evidence of your thinking, Transactional analysis to educate and explore human behaviours of self, humanistic existential to explore the meaning, choice and responsibility you bring to your life, person centred to allow the client to explore their own story in away that is personal to them, Gestalt empty chair technique to explore dialogue with a person or part of self , inner child work

Training, qualifications & experience


Certificate in basic counselling skills

Certificate in counselling

level 4 diploma in therapeutic counselling ( CPCAB accredited course )

postgraduate diploma level 7 in counselling children and young people

Stress management practitioner/instructor

postgraduate diploma level 7 in consultative supervision

advanced certificate in eating disorders level 6

Continuing professional development is a given within my practise, I am always looking for new training, theoretical learning and new skills to develop my practice.


* protection of vulnerable adults level 1

* child protection awareness training

* solution focused brief therapy

* working with sexual abuse and post traumatic stress in an adolescent population

* mindfulness based cognitive therapy

* working with externalising conversations in clinical practice

* working with internalised conversations in clinical practice

* solution focused therapy with young people, theory and practise

* positive approaches in creating positive behaviour

* depression in children and young people, held by the Primary Mental Health

* a systemic approach to working with children at risk and their families

* NLP self care for counsellors and psychotherapists CPD ( BACP

* hypnotherapy training CPD ( BACP endorsed)

* stress management practitioner/ instructor

* hypnotherapy advanced training CPD (BACP endorsed)

* life coaching

* mental health first aid ( MIND training )

* ASSIST   ( MIND training )

* ASD TRAINING ( autistic spectrum disorder )

i also have experience in taking workshops on different subject matter of choice. Such as team building with self esteem and positive relationships. I will put together a workshop to suit the needs of yourself and those you are catering for.

Member organisations


Other areas of counselling I deal with

Exam stress

Bereavement due to suicide/ traumatic passing

Gender identity


Initial consultation session £35

Continuing sessions £40

supervision £45 for 1.5 hour

student supervision price £30

group supervision £20 maximum of four to a group.

Further information

Being an existential humanistic counsellor it allows me the ability to look at all areas within your life, which are :- physical, psychological, spiritual, and social aspects of our lives, it enables me to work holistically as a practitioner. The principles of humanistic existential counselling is :- to take responsibility for the choices and directions we have made within our lives; finding a way to help the individual live within the moment, giving you a stronger sense of freedom. Looking at what makes life meaningful for you, what are the limitations/ beliefs that you may have placed upon yourself, and how you can live within those limitations/ beliefs and still feel a sense of peace, if the limitations/ beliefs cannot be removed.

Maps & Directions

Barry, CF62 7PX

Type of session

Online counselling: No
Telephone counselling: No
Face to face counselling: Yes

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None


Mon -Thursday from 4:30 Friday's all day

Types of client

Young people
Older adults