Emeline Hanson -Integrative Child & Adolescent Psychotherapist
My aim when working with you as a client, is to give you space and time to talk, and to empower and facilitate you to make the necessary changes to your life and your way of being, that will bring you peace and happiness. Because ultimately that's what we all want, isn't it? To find some happiness and contentment in life.
We can all be the creators of our own life experiences if we want to be, and as such, in the therapy room how much or little progress takes place is within your control. The pace and content of each therapy session will be to suit you, so you need never feel pressured.
I work from a transpersonal and person-centred perspective, which means I work with you, the whole person, not just your presenting issues, in a respectful, non-judgemental way. I utilise a combination of therapeutic approaches and skills, which I tailor to meet your individual needs, helping you to explore your troubling issues, and discover exactly what you need to do to begin to overcome them. Tools I might use include Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), guided visualisation, breathing and relaxation exercises, Emotional Freedom Tapping (EFT), Sand Tray or Therapeutic art exercises, depending on your need and preference.
Training, qualifications & experience
I am educated to post graduate level, with advanced qualifications in Integrative Psychotherapeutic Counselling, and Child, Adolescent & Family Therapy. I am experienced in using a variety of therapeutic approaches and techniques.
I have several years of experience working therapeutically with individual adults, couples, children and young people in a variety of settings, and my therapeutic support has helped many individuals to overcome issues that had been having a negative impact on them, and to move forward in their lives.
Over the years I have worked for various public, private and charitable organisations including Local Authorities, the NHS, primary and secondary schools, in addition to adoption, special needs, drug and alcohol counselling, and Employee Assistance Program (EAP) services in Greater London.
I have an up to date DBS (Formally CRB) status, which supports my eligibility to work safely with vulnerable people.
I am committed to on-going professional development which I maintain with regular CPD course attendance to refresh and further my skills, and regular clinical supervision.
Through my work I have supported many individuals and families to deal with the problems in their lives, and find workable solutions and positive outcomes.
Registered / Accredited
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National Counselling Society
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In 2013 the NCS register was accredited by the Professional Standards Authority under the Accredited Voluntary Register Scheme. Accredited by the Professional Standards Authority.
Accredited register membership
Accredited Register Scheme
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Areas of counselling I deal with
Other areas of counselling I deal with
Counselling and creative therapy for children and young people.
Emotional, social and behavioural difficulties in children and teens
£45 students (in Essex Only)
A discount is available for block bookings of 6 sessions or more
Please call, text, email or visit www.timetohealtherapy.co.uk for further information.
Concessions offered for
Tuesday - Friday 10am - 5.30pm
What to expect:
You will be welcomed into a comfortable therapy room where you are invited to relax and share your troubles with a friendly, non-judgemental counselling professional.
The initial session lasts for up to an hour and ongoing therapy sessions last for 50 minutes each. Sessions usually take place on a weekly or fortnightly basis, but can be ad hoc as well if that suits you better, until an agreed ending between therapist and client is reached.
Telephone / video counselling sessions also last 50 minutes and are arranged in advance, where we agree a suitable day and time for me to call you.