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Hycinth Taylor is an integrative psychotherapist, mindfulness teacher and supervisor. With over 25 years in the psychological disciplines, Hycinth specialises in working with the mild to moderate mental health issues, childhood trauma, and managing and resolving relationship dilemmas. She has a warm, authentic and no-nonsense approach to her clinical practice. She works through the idea of embodiment – using the body as a guide to inform her work with clients - grounded in a philosophical approach of calmness, and ease in the face of life's challenges. She has the ability to understand, and empathise with, difference.
Hycinth holds an Advanced Diploma in Counselling Psychotherapy and Clinical Supervision. She is the course leader for Diploma in Counselling at the Minster Centre and provides dedicated clinical supervision for Headstrong Counselling, the Mary Ward Centre, and Signpost Counselling Service. She is a registered mindfulness teacher in MBCT and MBSR and a mindfulness supervisor. Registered with British Association of Mindfulness Approach (BAMBA). She is a ‘mindfulness in schools’ teacher, having trained with MiSP, and has delivered courses to teachers and students ages 7-11. She completed her training in providing mindfulness within non-clinical settings at the Oxford Mindfulness Centre.
You can find Hycinth @ http://walthamabbeycounsellingandmindfulness.co.uk/.
Covering, Waltham Abbey, Enfeild, Loughton, Epping, Broxbourne, Nazing, and Harlow.
BACP registered Counsellor and Psychotherapist.
BAMBA registered mindfulness teacher
Training, qualifications & experience
Experienced Mental Health Practitioner, working in both Counselling and Management.
Adv' Dip Couns' Psychotherapy
Dip' in Counselling Psychology
Certificate in Hypnotherapy & NLP
Certificate in CBT / Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Dip' in Clinical Supervision
TD1 in teaching clients Mindfulness in non clinical settings
.b Trained to Teach Mindfulness in Schools
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I work integratively which means I adapt to individual client needs, rather than the clients fitting into the way I work. I have undertaken additional training in Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) which has been proved extremely beneficial for clients with anxiety, depression, panic attacks, post natal depression, stress, low self-esteem and loss. Clinical supervision is also available to pactitioners. This provides a constructive disussion for you to explore the work you are doing, with clients. Supporting you to examine your own way of being, looking at feelings, thoughts, and any fears that may emerge in your work. This relationship is desgined to support and enable you, to move forward in your work. Iam an experienced and registered Mindfulness Teacher, Running regular Mindfulness Programmes since 2012. .b Trained and Paws b. to deliver Mindfulness in schools.
£70.00 - £90.00
Fee's on request
8 week Mindfulness Programme £225.00
Reduced rates for trainee counsellors
BAMBA Registered Mindfulness Teachers and Mindfulness Supervisor
When I work
Monday - Friday - 9am 7pm
Saturday 10am -1pm
Mindfulness based cognitive therapy (MBCT) is a process of paying attention to our thoughts and feelings moment to moment without judgment. Learning to tune into what is going on within our experiences by suspending all self-criticism.
Becoming aware of our thoughts and feelings may not sound like the most obvious way to overcome stress, anxiety or depression. Learning to refrain from negative self-judgment and self-criticism can have an amazing effect.
To register for the next MBCT workshop call 01992700779 or 07958089272