Lorna Day Counselling Registered MBACP (Accredited).
Hello, my name is Lorna, I am a qualified counsellor, Registered and Accredited with BACP (British Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapists) .I am based within easy reach of Boston , Sleaford, Spalding , Long Sutton, Kings Lynn and Lincoln.
I offer face to face , time limited, long and short term counselling.
I work with issues such as bereavement, anxiety and depression, work related stress, anger, low self esteem, health related issues, relationship problems, those that are feeling sad and general counselling.
My counselling practice is based in a dedicated room of my home , set within rural, private and secluded grounds . There is ample parking space for you to park. You are welcome to ring or email me to enquire about arranging some counselling with me .
The first session is an assessment session where we can work together to arrange counselling for you in a way that meets your needs. I offer sessions at various times during the week up to 6pm. I work with clients that are 18 years old and older.
Training, qualifications & experience
BSc (Hons) Health and Social Care 2:1
Level 4 ABC Diploma in theory and practice of counselling 2010
Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Certificate in couple counselling 2016
PODS training day , Dissociation and DID : The Fundamentals 2017
Certificate in Health Promotion level 3 Open University
Certificate in Managing Care level 3 Open University
Working with children and families (Open University)
Death and Dying (Open University)
Cruse Awareness in Bereavement Care course 2008
Award in Cruse Bereavement Care Supervision, 2011
Ascentis Award in Cruse Bereavement Care supervision level 3
Assist workshop in suicide first aid September 2008
Samaritans crisis helpline 2007-2009- listener on the crisis phone line
Registered nurse training 1989-1992
I am a qualified counsellor having studied for 3 years in the classroom to gain an ABC level 4 diploma in the theory and practice of counselling in 2010.
I practice within the ethical framework of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy of which I am a Registered and Accredited member. I fulfil their criteria by having monthly supervision. This is with a very experienced, qualified counsellor that is a registered member of BACP that has trained as a supervisor.
I also regularly update my knowledge by doing continual professional development as per BACP requirements.
I have worked with those that for example may feel low in mood, have been suffering from depression and are feeling anxious .Sometimes this anxiety can lead on to feeling panicky or suffering from panic attacks. There are various reasons for this that I have been able to enable clients to work through.
Relationship issues, work related stress, bereavement ,low self esteem, feeling sad and health issues are other common issues that bring people to my counselling practice. Some just come for sessions to work out what is triggering them to feel as they feel. I have a particular interest in working with grief and loss and also studied this area within my Health and Social Care Degree.
I hold a 2:1 honours degree in Health and Social care which I feel helps me to empathise with many of the issues that people bring to counselling .
I am also Cruse trained and have completed the Cruse Awareness in Bereavement Care course in 2008 . I am a cruse trained supervisor and hold a level 3 Award in Cruse Bereavement Care Supervision, 2011. I have five years of experience in volunteering for Cruse which is a national bereavement agency , working with the bereaved. I also held the role of referral secretary where I took the incoming telephone calls and assessed the needs of the caller, this has all held me in good stead for my work with my clients.
I have worked as a volunteer on the telephone helpline for a national emotional crisis help line in the past and completed the ASIST suicide course in 2008, so I feel that I can empathise with those that are feeling very low and depressed.
I have worked as a trained nurse in a hospital and nursing homes and therefore have gained an insight into the types of health and family issues that bring clients to counselling. This includes the care of the ill and terminally ill patient . I have liased with their family pre and post bereavement and during illness and so I feel I can empathise with the feelings that this can trigger.
I work for clients that approach me on an individual basis and I also work for agencies and employers that offer counselling for employees , I am also willing to accept GP referrals. I have been in private practice for 7 years.
Accredited register membership
Areas of counselling I deal with
- Affairs and betrayals
- Anger management
- Body dysmorphic disorder
- Carer support
- Child related issues
- Family issues
- Feeling sad
- Gender dysphoria
- Generalised anxiety disorder
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
- Panic disorder
- Passive aggressive behaviour
Face to Face, individual counselling £40 per session lasting for one hour.
Maps & Directions
Type of session
|Face to face counselling:||Yes|
Types of client
|Employee Assistance Programme|
Supervision & training
Regular and on-going supervision is a distinctive professional requirement of the counselling professions ( BACP).View supervision profile