Emma Kehoe, Integrative Counsellor, MBACP Reg DipCouns
My name is Emma. I offer a secure, supportive, non-judgmental space where issues can be explored in your own time. I am there to work with you to look at what you think is best for you, I will not offer advice or tell you what to do. I will walk alongside you offering support, encouragement, empathy, guidance and gentle challenging.
I work in an integrative way, using different counselling theories. The theories I practice are:-
- Person-centred - offering you acceptance, empathy and working alongside you to look at your core conditions and self worth
- Cognitive behavioural - that can help you manage your problems by changing the way you think and behave
- Psychodynamic - exploring how your unconscious thoughts affect your current behaviour
- Existentialism - exploring meaning through a philosophical perspective
If you are happy to you will also have the opportunity to explore feelings through the use of visual exercises, mood cards, stones, etc.
I work both short and long term.
Please feel free to contact me by telephone or email to set up an initial session.
Training, qualifications & experience
I trained at the Inter-Psyche Training Institute in Kent and gained an accredited Diploma in Integrative Counselling. Inter-Psyche is the only counselling and psychotherapy training centre based within the NHS and trains student to BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) accredited diploma standard.
I also work for The Bariatric Consultancy and deliver 10-week intensive one to one CBT counselling. This counselling focuses on addressing peoples relationship to food and developing new coping strategies. The aim of these sessions is to help people to better understand their triggers to disordered eating and to explore alternative strategies when they are dealing with life events and trauma without resorting to food. I also set goals to improve self-esteem and improve eating behaviours and help people to think positively about themselves and help them implement change.
I also work for St. Christopher's Hospice, providing 12-week one-to-one bereavement support which provides people with a space to talk about the consequences of their loss and how they are grieving. In these sessions I work with people to help them think about any changes they may need to make and find a way to a new life that includes remembering the person who has died in the way that they want.
Further Training & Continuing Professional Development:
- Eating Disorders Explored
- Working Therapeutically With Clients With a Psychiatric Diagnosis
- Safeguarding training
- Trauma and Suicide Protocol
- The links between Medication and Mental Health
- Domestic Violence training
- Bereavement training (6 days)
Obesity and the psychological impact on people's emotional well-being working in a CBT focused way (2 days)
Areas of counselling I deal with
£40 for 50 minutes
£30 for students
Maps & Directions
Type of session
|Face to face counselling:||Yes|
Types of client