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As a qualified Integrative Counsellor I work with individuals, young people, couples, teenagers and parents, groups and organisations offering counselling for many issues including Anger Management,Bereavement, Depression, Anxiety,Abuse, Addiction(s), Relationship Issues, Child Related Issues, Low Self-Esteem, Separation and Divorce, Low Self Confidence, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Stress, Emotional Abuse, Trauma, Bullying, Work Related Issues
I have worked as a Counsellor in Further Education for twelve years, and as Head of Counselling, establishing and managing the College Counselling Service, providing counselling and support for staff and students, workshops and training and supervision
I now work as a Student and Staff Counsellor at Cranfield University - a leading Post Graduate University in Bedfordshire
For the past eleven years I have worked as a trauma debriefer and affiliate for Axa ICAS, an international Employee Assistance provider.
I have private practices in Northwood and Pinner which have been successfully established for twelve years
I supervise those who support victims of serious crime, managers and counsellors working with young people, trainee and qualified counsellors
Training, qualifications & experience
Diploma in Counselling 1996 Middx University
Critical Incident Processing and RecoveryPractioners Licence 2004 ICAS
Diploma in Supervision 2006 Cascade
EMDR Certificate Level 11
Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
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Areas of counselling I deal with
Counselling Young People: 2 FREE places for young people aged 13 - 19. These are available for those not wishing to, or unable to, be funded by parents/guardians
Counselling: £45 per session
£40 per session - consessionary fee for low wages earners and non workers
Supervision: Free First Session, subsequent sessions £45 for qualified counsellors, £40 for trainee counsellors
Couple Counselling: £45 per hour
£67 per hour and a half
Trauma - EMDR and Critical Incident Debriefing:
£50 per hour
Organisation: Negotiated fee according to requirements
As a Counsellor, Manager, Trainer and Supervisor I have worked over the last 16 years with young people, couples, individuals, parents and teenagers, groups, organisations and in education, commerce, industry and the voluntary sector