Roz Henfrey MBACP (Accred).
Life moves pretty fast. We need to stop and breathe and as Ferris Bueller said, ... we need to stop and look around...
When we do stop, it is usually because of a challenging life event. And if we choose to come to counselling, it can help us make sense of it and our feelings: anger, anxiety, stress, depression.
Most issues can be dealt with through the process of counselling.
We bring our stories to counselling and they are important. Stories need to be heard. Writing can be a healing instrument for our inner voice. And that's why I wrote my first novel, 'The Most Terrifying Thing'. It's a book about an autistic counsellor/psychologist. I can help you to write your story and find answers and a sense of well being.
Our work is confidential and I am non-nonjudgmental. I can offer you a traditional talking therapy or a creative space to tell your stories, with paints, music, poems, pictures and movement.
I listen to you. You will hear yourself. By understanding our stories we learn what drives our thoughts and behaviours. Then we can create the changes we need, or come to accept, with dignity and peace, those which we cannot.
My practise is in leafy Edgcumbe Park, Crowthorne, close to Wellington College.
There is off road parking
Training, qualifications & experience
Accredited Member of the (BACP) British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy.
Advanced Diploma in Integrated Humanistic Counselling 2003.
Other Qualifications: NLP, Hypnotherapy, EFT, CBT. Sand Tray. Youth & School Counselling.
Trainer and Presenter and designer of counselling tools.
Counselling Tool designer (TLC The Life Circles. Cognicube. Imagineering. Safe Place)
Designer of Chat Therapy. Group work.
CAST Creative Supervision
Author: 'The Most Terrifying Thing' (Speculative Fiction based on Carl Jung's Shadow and Archetypes.) Available on Amazon as a paperback.
'When The Shadow Calls' Kindle.
'Who Stole The Moon?' a children's book written for my family
Accredited register membership
Areas of counselling I deal with
- Affairs and betrayals
- Anger management
- Child related issues
- Chronic fatigue syndrome/ME
- Emotional abuse
- Generalised anxiety disorder
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
- Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
- Panic disorder
- Passive aggressive behaviour
- Relationship problems
- Separation and divorce
- Work-related stress
- Cognitive and behavioural therapies
- Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
- Existential therapy
- Gestalt therapy
- Humanistic therapies
£25 for 30 minutes, £50 for 60 mins.
Please email for reduced fees
I accept cash, cheque, bank transfer
If you really want to look after yourself and learn how to get in touch with how you are feeling inside, and learn to process that, this is the way out of conditions such as anxiety and other physical conditions such as tinnitus. Most people spend their lives running away from themselves, filling their lives with frantic activity. The best thing you can do is sit with yourself and notice how you are, how you are treating yourself. And treat yourself with loving kindness and totally accept how you are with an open-hearted, deep caring approach. If you can really look after yourself, your nervous system will change. Nothing is fixed. Everything is constantly changing and flowing, and is entirely dependent the way you approach yourself. Look after yourself, and your conditions will be healed.
I believe in an holistic approach to well-being.
Good nutrition, Yoga, Meditation, EFT Emotional Freedom Therapy.
Maps & Directions
Type of session
|Face to face counselling:||Yes|
if you use a wheelchair, please contact me about access.
Types of client
Supervision & training
BACP Accredited Humanistic Integrative Counsellor.