Billie-Jane Brown (MBACP) - Therapeutic Counsellor

Billie-Jane Brown (MBACP) - Therapeutic Counsellor


07394 617087

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About me

About me
I am a compassionate and down to earth person with a welcoming nature. My intention as a counsellor is to offer you my support and create a comfortable confidential space where you have a chance to be heard and feel understood. I hope together we can build a relationship based on trust so you feel safe enough to freely explore and express your experiences, thoughts and feelings without being judged. My aim is to work alongside you, while together we identify what you hope to gain from therapy, your personal needs or goals and raise self -awareness surrounding the issues that you may be facing in your life.

I am a person-centered Counsellor - which means that I hold an inner belief that each individual has resources within that when discovered and tapped into can enable a person to live a more fulfilling and satisfying life. Each person is unique and therapy is different for every person and my goal is to discover what is suitable for you and tailor to your needs.

I believe that experiencing challenges and difficulties in our lives is all part of being human and it is completely natural to feel that we may need some extra support.If you feel that counseling could be beneficial for you then give me a call on the number above or contact me via e-mail to enquire or make an appointment.

I am a registered member of the British Association for Counseling and Psychotherapy and I adhere to the ethical framework that they provide. I am committed to working safely with clients and have regular clinical supervision to promote ethical practice.

Training, qualifications & experience

My working background and current role has been in the area of independent care and community work for over 15 years. I have supported clients and family members who are experiencing disabilities or mental health difficulties. My goal is to offer services that enable people to manage their lives independently at home and stay active in the community. Being a carer and working alongside clients, other carers and their families helped me recognize that I wanted a career in counseling. Supporting others feels natural to me and I became aware how much I value and respect the emotional well being of others.

Wanting to further my career I began training in 2013 completing counselling skills and theory courses. I attended Southend University in 2015-2017 and graduated with a level 4 diploma in Therapeutic Counselling in October 2017.

I believe strongly in continuing professional development and have completed mini courses and workshops on Awareness in Mental Health, Bereavement, Domestic violence, CBT, Motivational Interviewing and Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults and Children.

During my training I worked with a range of client groups , beginning my work as a counsellor with YPDAT (Young Person’s Drug and Alcohol team) based in Southend from 2016-2017. I gained valuable experience as a Counsellor as part of a multi-disciplinary team working alongside other professionals, including key workers, social services, youth offending and domestic violence services. .In 2018 I began working as a volunteer counsellor at Seevic College working with adolescence experiencing exam stress and related issues .Also, 2018 I worked at Brentwood Mind with a mixture of client groups experiencing a variety of issues until unfortunately they closed their doors during 2019. I was given a great opportunity in 2019 to join a team of highly experienced counsellors and supervisors at Heart and Mind where I work from home in a relaxed setting as an independent counsellor

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Accredited register membership

Therapies offered


£50 for the first initial session and £40 per session after.

I do offer a sliding scale depending on individual circumstances.

Further information

I am compassionate about the counselling I offer to all people from various backgrounds and all age groups .

During my working experience ,I have found that I have developed a passion for Working with young adults and with carers.

Maps & Directions

Tilbury, RM18

Type of session

Online counselling: No
Telephone counselling: No
Face to face counselling: Yes
Home visits: No

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None


Accessibility information
Wheelchair access: No

There are no parking restrictions. Parking is free and there is always plenty of spaces.


Working hours



Types of client

Young people
Older adults