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Hi, do you find yourself looking for answers that you can’t find solutions to and faced with situations that in the past you dealt with reasonable ease, but now seem difficult to resolve? Being able to talk about what you experience, like difficult life events, losses, relationship issues, worries and repetitive thoughts and stress with someone who is impartial and non judgemental can help. I offer face to face and digital therapy. If you want to know more as to how I work, don’t hesitate to contact me by email or telephone.
I offer help with anxiety, depression, anger, work stress problems, as well as PTSD, abuse and life issues that you might be struggling with. I use relaxation if/ when it would be helpful and can reduce the number of sessions needed, as well as help with sleep problems, alleviate stress symptoms and give new perspectives.
Together we will decide what is the best way forward for you.
I work with individuals, couples and young adults from age 16yrs, as well as trainee counsellors.
To contact me for an informal short chat or more information, please contact me on the above numbers or send me an email - I look forward to hearing from you.
l aim to return your call the same day, please leave a good time to call back if I am unable to take your call.
I have worked in this field for nearly 30 years, both in the voluntary sector of Mind, Cruse and private practice and bring a wealth of life experience as well as years of training. I have found that past life events and relationship have a strong influence on who we are today.
I am accredited with the British Association of Counselling and work to their ethical framework.
Training, qualifications & experience
My work experience includes 25 yrs with two charities; one a bereavement service, where I worked as a trainer, supervisor and accredited counsellor and the other a National Mental Health Charity at a counselling centre in Milton Keynes, where I saw clients for short and long term therapy referred to by the NHS and Mental health team.
Adv. Dipl. in Hypno-psychotherapy
Dipl. Cognitive couns, PICT & trainer
Cert.Psychotherapy in NLP
Cert. in Supervision
Cert. Advance Christian counselling
Sensory Motor Psychotherpy ( trauma work)
UKRCP Registered Independent
Assit (Applied Suidide Inervention Skills)
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Accredited register membership
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Areas of counselling I deal with
Other areas of counselling I deal with
I help with assertiveness, panic attacks, pain control, fear of flying, redundancy, midlife crisis, any type of loss (pet included).
I also run workshops on Bereavement and am available for supervision, group or one to one. To discuss please contact me on the number above.
£65.00 per session
couple counselling £70.00
When I work
My hours of work are Monday to Wednesday and I offer evening appointments up to 7.30 pm.
I am only three miles from the A1 and see clients from Herts. Cambs. and Bucks.