Carmen Marin - Elli's Angel Counselling And Psychotherapy

Carmen Marin - Elli's Angel Counselling And Psychotherapy

Holt Lane
L35 8NB

07904 613988

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About me

Hello! My name is Carmen and I am working as a private practitioner. I am still working at the moment offering online and telephone sessions which can be resumed to face to face, if you wish to do so.

I feel so privileged to be able to support all my clients through this difficult time by moving my working office online / telephone. For many is more convenient than face to face sessions because there is no parking, travelling, being late......

You can have counselling sessions live streamed in your own house (or your own car). If you are having a difficult time at the moment with what it is going on in the world or with your previous difficulties and you could do with some extra support, drop me a message to see how I can help.

It is proved that online and telephone sessions as efficient as face to face because are based on honesty, building a relationship, empathy and 100% emotional support. Some people find it easier to talk over the phone, some wants to see each other. All the sessions are conducted in my private office in the same way like face to face.

About me: I am an extremely, competent, positive and enthusiastic person. I’m the type of person that works well in hardworking environment. I have excellent interpersonal skills and communication; enjoy interacting with people that have different cultures and backgrounds. I like to help other people and feel that one of my strong points is my uplifting personality. The reason I become psychologist is to give people hope. I have 13 years experience working with children, adults, families and couples.

My practice:
I can offer Person Centered Therapy, Integrative Therapies, Systemic Therapy and  Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT).

I am an experienced therapist working in a private practice, with a wide range of clients, issues, situations and circumstances. I worked before in schools, drug and alcohol rehab and occupational health (EAP and assessments).

It never ceases to amaze me, the strength and courage my clients have in taking that first step into counseling.

I absolutely love what I do. I consider it a tremendous privilege to have helped and worked alongside so many people who have undergone personal growth and development, making sustainable changes to their lives for the better.

How counselling works: While providing a safe and supportive environment that honours your life experiences, difficulties and future plans, I am determined to facilitate awareness, power and will to develop your understanding of yourself and help you cultivate self-love, healthy relationships and ultimately to build a happier life.

First session: In the first session you will meet me in my private practice (via online or telephone) for the first time. Sessions last for 50 minutes, and take place in a quiet room with just two of you present. A number of things will be covered such as confidentiality, data protection and session timings.
I will ask you questions that will help me to understand your surface problem(s) before we can explore any deeper issues.
Some questions asked may include:

- Why you want a specific therapy
– Why you sought therapy
– Your personal history and current situation
– Your family history

On-going Sessions
You may find these weekly sessions fly past once you start to open up. The type of counselling I offer is one where the relationship between you and me is central to the counselling sessions and where a greater understanding of your concerns can be achieved.

Online counselling / Telephone counselling: For some conditions, online / telephone therapy can be just as effective as in-person treatment.Why is it useful? Well, if you live miles away from any counsellors, struggle going outside, or like the idea of getting help in your own home, then it’s a flexible alternative. Some people find it’s a good first step towards face-to-face counselling too.

Exceptions: For Trauma and abuse treatment face to face is recommended.

Training, qualifications & experience

South Liverpool Domestic Abuse Services, Liverpool  - Voluntary course on domestic violence and Freedom Program training

NCFE Level 2 qualification for Working in the Health Sector - North Lindsey College, UK

Equality and Diversity Level 2, Selby College, UK

Training Course in Couple & Family Therapy (equivalent of a Master degree)

BACP member

PGD in CBT - University of Salford, Manchester

Master Degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy- Salford University, Manchester - Person Centred Therapy

Graduate Member (MBPsS) and Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC) - The British Psychological Society, UK

Bachelor Degree and Teacher in Psychology - The Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Psychology -  "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University

Member organisations


Accredited register membership

Areas of counselling I deal with

        Other areas of counselling I deal with

        Learning difficulties, teenagers issues, family difficulties, bullying or concentration.

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        • Working for us...


        Counselling Students  and Jobseeker (Person Centred or Integrative) : Start from £30 (50 minutes)

        Counselling Students and Jobseeker (CBT): Start from £40
        Children, Young People and Adults (Person Centred or Integrative): Start from £35 (50 minutes)

        Children, Young People and Adults (CBT): Start from £45
        Couple: Start from £45  (60min)
        Family: Start from £60 (90min)

        For children / young people, under 18 years old, a consent form from their parents / carers needs to be completed before the first session.

        If the child is between 4 years old and 16 years old an initial meeting with parents / careers (without child) needs to be arranged and will be charged £30 and after I can start working with the referred child / young person. At the end of therapy if requested a review / feedback session may be organised (with the child) for 20 minutes, free of charge.

        Further information

        Counseling and psychotherapy can help with specific areas of your life such as depression, stress, anxiety, loss, grief & bereavement, low self esteem, confidence, anger management, relationship issues and family difficulties, bullying, learning difficulties, addictions, feeling down and suicidal thoughts, to name a few.

        It could be that you don't know exactly what's troubling you, you just know that you feel stuck and unable to move forward. With the right counselor, therapy allows you the safety and luxury to self-indulge and explore your thoughts, feelings and emotions; it can help you to put things into perspective and make positive changes to your life.

        Maps & Directions

        Prescot, L35 8NB

        Type of session

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

        Practical details

        Sign language: Unspecified
        Other languages: Romanian and English


        Accessibility information
        Wheelchair user access: No

        Parking can be on site or on the street. Close to M62, M6, M53. Walking distances from train stations (Whiston, Rainhill, Prescot) or bus stops.


        Monday - Friday 09.30 -15.00

        Saturday 09.30 - 12.00

        Types of client

        Young people
        Older adults
        Employee Assistance Programme