Adele Murphy

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MBACP (Snr Accred & Reg), MifL
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Liverpool, Merseyside, L25 5NH
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About me

Hello, I have been practising as an Integrative Therapist for over 20 years now and find that this way of working both helpful and beneficial for my clients as we are able to adapt the therapy required by each individual/couple and tailor the work to their requirements. I am a Registered Senior Accredited BACP Counsellor/Psychotherapist and an Individual Member of BABCP, MfiL, registered with BUPA and NADA. I use a variety of approaches Person Centred, Transactional Analysis, CBT, Inner Child Work, Psychodynamic to adapt to the way my clients issues are affecting them. I work with a variety of issues ranging from Anxiety, Depression, Bereavement, Work place Stress, Relationship difficulties, Anger Issues and have found that the ability for a client to feel understood and heard is vital.

I have previously worked in the mental health field for over 5 years facilitating groups in both therapeutic work and creative courses to help alleviate distressing symptoms. All levels of symptoms from mild depression to anger issues.

I have taught all levels of Counselling qualification together with Confidence Building, Assertiveness and Drug and Alcohol Awareness for over 10 years now and thoroughly enjoy this.

Training, qualifications & experience

Diploma in Counselling (ABC Awarding Body) 2002

Transactional Analysis TA101 - 2005

City & Guilds Teaching 7407 I and II

Self Harm and Suicide Risk

Inner Child Work

Arts in Mental Health Level I and II - 7.2007

Trauma and Body Work (PTSD) - 9.2012

Level 5 CBT Theory and Skills - 1.11

I have previously worked within the voluntary sector for over 5 years providing both one to one and group work with service users experiencing severe and enduring mental health difficulties.

I have been in private practice for over 14 years now working with a variety of Employee Assistance Providers (EAP) for work place employees both in my clinic and in their work place. My room is a safe place which offers a relaxing environment for clients to open up and to explore their difficulties in a non judgmental and confidential space.

Member organisations

Registered / Accredited

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British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP)

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Accredited register membership

British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy
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£68.00 per session

Health Insurance/EAP

  • BUPA
  • WPA

Additional information

Individual client £68 per 50 minute session
Couples £85 per 50 minute session

When I work

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun

I hire a room in Calm Studio and am available Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 9am until 6pm.

Further information

I work with clients on a holistic basis as I believe that this view of health is vital.  Life is about balance and this means being aware of how you take care of yourself or how you ignore the little signals your body gives you until you have to listen. This means being aware of how you currently deal with stresses and how this helps or hinders your overall ability to live the life you would like.  I believe that counselling can offer you this arena to explore your life in detail and to make the changes you would like within a supportive environment.

Calm Studio, 11B Woolton Street, Woolton Village, Liverpool, Merseyside, L25 5NH

Type of session

In person

Types of client

Young people (13-17)
Adults (25-64)
Older Adults (65+)
Employee Assistance Programme

Key details

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Adele Murphy
Adele Murphy