Brenda Hogg - BA (Sport Science), Dip. Couns., Reg MBACP

Brenda Hogg - BA (Sport Science), Dip. Couns., Reg MBACP



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About me

If you’re reading this, feeling you need to talk to someone neutral, outside of your family and friends; someone who will listen to your concerns in an unbiased manner, then counselling and psychotherapy can assist you.

I would like to acknowledge how this process of seeking help, might be daunting for you; especially if you have not engaged in counselling previously, or if you have not yet found the right 'fit' with a counsellor.  Embarking on this search might be a strange or exciting adventure, and I would like to reassure you, as much as possible, any feelings of anxiety or confusion around choosing a counsellor/therapist, is natural.

There are many reasons a person might decide to seek counselling, at any stage of their lives; each reason is valid and unique to the individual.  There might be issues related to unresolved traumas in the past, or it might be that day-to-day pressures have become challenging and are affecting you.  Whatever your reason, it can be helpful to have a therapist who can work with you to explore your concerns, offering you a deeper understanding of yourself, which can help you move forward.

Selecting a counsellor or therapist, who is right for you, can be as important as choosing the right pair of shoes; it helps if there is a comfortable ‘fit’ to establish a healthy, therapeutic relationship.

How I Work:

I am a qualified and registered member of the BACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists) and adhere to the ethical guidelines and standards, as set out by the BACP, which assures clients of a high standard of professional care.  I work integratively, with each individual clients’ needs at the forefront of the therapeutic work.

I have worked in varying counselling environments such as bereavement and loss; alcohol and drug rehabilitation and private practice.  As part of ongoing training and self-development I regularly attend training days and workshops.

During the week, I run my private practice from Sevenoaks, where there is off-street parking, close to bus routes and a nearby superstore. I offer daytime and evening counselling and psychotherapy sessions - I would encourage you to contact me for more specific availability; according to your requirements.

I provide a safe, warm and welcoming therapeutic space in which you can explore your concerns, grow and develop, at your own pace.  Asking for help is not ‘a sign of weakness’; it demonstrates strength, courage and respect for oneself.  I'd encourage you to be brave, care for yourself enough, and seek assistance with life's challenges. 

Thank you for reading my profile.

Best wishes - Brenda

Training, qualifications & experience

BA (Human Movement Science) with Psychology

CPCAB Level 4 Diploma in Integrative Therapeutic Counselling

CPCAB Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Studies

CPCAB Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills

BACP Registered Member

Awareness in Bereavement Care Training (Ascentis) – through Cruse Bereavement Care.

I currently run a private practice and volunteer with Cruse Bereavement Care.  I also have experience of volunteering with Hospice in the Weald and Bromley Drug and Alcohol Recovery Services.

Member organisations


Accredited register membership


Individual Counselling Fees:

The initial session is £40, thereafter, each 50 minute session is £45.

Reduced Fees:

It is important to me to ensure my practice is inclusive as possible and therefore, I offer concessionary rates, based on individual circumstances, and for students.

Payment is made by cash, or by bank transfer on the day of the session.

Maps & Directions

Sevenoaks, TN13

Type of session

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

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None


Wheelchair access: No


Please e-mail me for more specific availability. Weekdays and evenings available. Weekends available.

Types of client

Young people
Older adults