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Hello and thank you for considering me as counsellor for either YOU or your CHILD. I am a BACP Senior Accredited counsellor, qualified since 2006, to degree level, to work with INDIVIDUALS FROM THE AGE OF 5 and am the founding counsellor of East Surrey Counselling Group, a group of counsellors working across 2 counselling rooms in Godstone, Surrey.
I also work as a Supervisor for Counsellors and welcome calls from counsellors looking for a Supervisor.
My consulting room in the lovely village of Godstone, Surrey is close to Redhill and Caterham and two minutes by car from the M25 Junction 6. I have experience of working for different agencies and as a school counsellor, which have all added to my knowledge and understanding.
I work to suit each individual person and can offer you empathy, understanding and a weekly commitment to work hard with you or your child to help you or them overcome difficulties and stumbling blocks towards a better future.
Please contact me with any queries or questions or to arrange an initial appointment in which we will explore your difficulties and see if we feel we can work well together. This initial appointment costs £60 but I allow 1.5 hrs instead of the normal 60 minute weekly session time so that we have plenty of time for exploration and getting to know each other a little. I work with clients Tuesday to Friday.
My weekly session fees is £60, with some concessions available. Concessions are agreed between us depending on your circumstances when we meet for our first session.
I am the lead counsellor for East Surrey Counselling Group and if, when you contact me, my practice is full, I can refer you to my colleagues Sally Ward and Gosia Pawlowska (who both work with those aged 11 and over and adults) or Janine Webb, Rachael King, Jeanne Hyslop and Liz Seale (who all work with children from aged 5, adolescents and adults), Yvonne Robinson (who works with young people from age 13 and adults) or Natasha Huggins-Woolcock (who works with those over 18) who are also part of East Surrey Counselling Group. Yvonne specialises in working with those who have experienced sexual violence and Gosia can offer counselling in both English and Polish.
In addition to my counselling work I run a training organisation for fellow counsellors, CB Counsellor Training Ltd, so my CPD commitment is always up to date and taken seriously.
I look forward to hearing from you when you are ready.
Warmest wishes until then
Training, qualifications & experience
Diploma in Psychodynamic Counselling (2006)
Diploma in working with Adolescents (2006)
Certificate in PTSD and Trauma
Various play therapy short courses/workshops
BA (Hons) degree in Psychodynamic counselling (2010)
Diploma in Counselling Supervision (2017)
OCN London Level 6 Course in Counselling Supervision (2019)
BACP Accreditation 2010
BACP Senior Accreditation 2019
Previous posts include
Adolescent counsellor for Open Door Youth Counselling Service, Carshalton
School counsellor, both primary and senior
Child counsellor working for Surrey Family and Mediation Service
I run CB Counsellor Training offering very reasonably priced CPD workshops to local counsellors.
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Areas of counselling I deal with
Other areas of counselling I deal with
Child and Adolescent counselling, Adult and Older Adult Counselling
£60.00 per session
Concessions offered for
£60 for the initial session
£60 per session, with some concessions available, offered on a sliding scale, based on individual circumstances, if availability allows.
When I work
My colleagues at East Surrey Counselling Group are able to offer evening, Saturday and Sunday sessions so contact me if you would like to be referred to one of them instead of myself.
At this time I can offer hospital staff a reduced fee of £40 per session