Caroline Caffyn, MBACP Snr Accr (Counsellor for Adults & Children)

Caroline Caffyn, MBACP Snr Accr (Counsellor for Adults & Children)

Romsey
Hampshire
SO51

Landford
Near Romsey
SP5

07587 218200

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Romsey
Hampshire
SO51

Landford
Near Romsey
SP5

07587 218200

About me

There are times in our lives, as a child or an adult, when we find we are struggling and we need someone to talk to in confidence, without the fear of being judged.  I provide a warm, confidential environment, where you have the opportunity to be listened to and to explore some of the difficulties you may be experiencing.

Loneliness, helplessness and confusion are often feelings that affect people on a daily basis and also affect those around us. Talking to a counsellor can help you gain an understanding as to why things feel as they do and to find new ways of coping in order that you can feel more in control of your future.   

About Me:

I am a qualified BACP Senior accredited counsellor and also a qualified supervisor and work with both Adults, Children & Young people (from aged 8) and Couples.  For the past eighteen years I have been practicing with adults, with 16-19 year olds in an educational environment, a workplace counselling organisation, and a number of different charitable organisations.  I also have a successful private practice based in Landford, working with both children and adults located within easy reach of Romsey, Chandlers Ford and Salisbury..

The way I work:

Depending on your situation and concerns I offer both short-term and open ended counselling.
Short term (6-12 sessions) is useful for particular difficulties such as panic attacks, anger management, anxiety and exam/work stress.

Open Ended is helpful for issues such as depression, grief, low self-esteem.

Counselling for Children and adolescents

I also work with children and adolescents using a number of different approaches to help explore their feelings and support them in developing healthy coping strategies for any difficulties now and also in the future.  This type of therapy can help children and adolescents with the following :

Separation Anxiety                                           School Difficulties
Excessive Worry and Anxiety                             Self-Harm
Family Breakdown                                           School/College/University transitions
Bereavement                                                   Social or Academic Anxiety
Sleeping Difficulties
Low Self-Esteem


And Lots More....

What to Expect from Counselling;


Beginning counselling for a young child, adolescent or an adult, can feel a scary process so having a little information about how counselling works maybe helpful.  Counselling can help you make sense of difficulties that you may be experiencing and can provide a regular space where you can talk through how you are feeling.  By going through this process you can learn new coping techniques, gain further understanding with the aim of helping you move forward.

How do I know if counselling is the right for me?;


You never know unless you try....but only you can decide.  Counselling is there for anyone who is facing difficult times, needing support or guidance or just needing someone to talk to.

Training, qualifications & experience

  • Nineteen years post qualifying experience.
  • Senior BACP Accreditation (General & Children & Young People)
  • Certificate in Couples Counselling
  • Certificate in Counselling Supervision.
  • National Diploma in Psychodynamic Counselling.
  • Certificate in Advanced Cognitive-Behavioural Skills & Attitudes
  • Certificate in Workplace Mediation

Member organisations

Registered / Accredited

BACP

Accredited register membership

Other areas of counselling I deal with


Exam Stress and Student Anxiety

Exams and Transitions to College and University are a part of everyday life but can be challenging for both students and parents.  A struggle to cope can trigger reactions from irritability, issues around eating, sleep deprivation or being tearful and panicky.

Whilst talking will not make the exams or transition go away, having someone to talk to about their anxiety and concerns can help and enable them to keep things in perspective.

Fees

Individual (Children & Adults)


£50.00 per 50 minute session.


(Should you be experiencing financial difficulty a reduced rate can be negotiated). Please do not let money concerns prevent you from contacting me.


I also offer an initial 30 minute session free of charge, with no obligation either side, to give you an opportunity to assess whether counselling is the right support you are looking for.  


Concessions are also available to trainee counsellors.

Further information

I am a full and Senior Accredited member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists and work within their ethical framework to ensure professional practice. 

I am also fully insured and CRB checked.

Maps & Directions

Romsey, SO51
Near Romsey, SP5

Type of session

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

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None

Accessibility

Wheelchair access: Unspecified

Availability

I offer daytime appointments and some evening appointments. I also try and be as flexible as possible to fit in with working patterns.

Types of client

Children
Young people
Adults
Older adults
Couples

Supervision & training

I am a BACP Senior Accredited counsellor and a qualified counselling supervisor.  I gained my WPF Certificate in Supervision in 2011 and have since offered both individual and group supervision.

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