Emily Davis - Integrative Counsellor, MBACP Reg DipCouns
07946 095 319
Hi there, and may I offer a warm welcome.
Do you want to heal from feelings like anxiety, depression or anger, or to grow in self-confidence and enjoyment in life? I can provide a caring, insightful and practical relationship to help you with this.
Counselling can be a helpful, at times life-changing, experience and research backs this up. It can help with how you feel, think and experience all areas of your life such as: work, family, romantic relationships, friendships, and of course your relationship with yourself.
I offer different approaches for people at different times, as I believe that ultimately you know yourself best and what is working or helping you. Examples: a technique for managing anxiety, a perspective on relationship patterns, or simply listening and compassionate understanding for an experience of loss.
I integrate several types of therapy to best suit the issues people bring into the therapy room, mainly: the Person-centred Approach - offering you empathy, acceptance, and genuinely caring about what you’re going through in a professional way; Cognitive Therapy - exploring how your thoughts can affect your feelings and your behaviour; and Psychodynamic Therapy - how your past may have affected your present, even within the counselling room.
Feel free to ask any questions and let me know how you feel about this at any time, as it is important that it is your choice what you talk about as well as when and how you talk about it.
The first step of contacting a counsellor can take courage so I will be glad to hear from you, and we can then arrange a first session to explore working together.
Training, qualifications & experience
Integrative Counselling Diploma from BACP accredited course.
- Clinical assessment, risk assessment, and working with clients within the NHS short term
- A compassionate approach to the forms and functions of self-criticism
- Working at relational depth in counselling and psychotherapy
I have experience as a counsellor for adults face-to-face, both longer-term in a low-cost counselling charity, and also short-term in a GP surgery in the NHS.
I am a registered member of the BACP: British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, and am committed to their ethical framework.
Areas of counselling I deal with
- Domestic violence
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
- Passive aggressive behaviour
Full fee is £50, lower-fee rates start at £35 for those on a lower income and students.
Sessions are for 50 minutes
Maps & Directions
Type of session
|Face to face counselling:||Yes|
Types of client