Jane Titterton (Counselling Psychologist, Reg. HCPC, MA, BA Psych (Hons)
I am a Counselling Psychologist with over 15 years experience. I am empathic, calm and non-judgemental. I work in a person-centred way, led by my client’s experience to discuss issues and explore ways of managing feelings.
I have worked in higher education institutions (universities), adult mental health, employment, and high schools. I have over 8 years experience counselling clients online using video call technology (Skype, Zoom or VSee).
The main themes of the person-centred approach are unconditional positive regard, empathy and honesty. These are central to my way of working as a counsellor to develop a connection with my clients.
I am particularly interested in how clients experience the world. I aim to help clients understand what has happened to them and how that affects them now. This can involve looking at how what we feel is experienced physically in our bodies and doing mindfulness work.
I am a woman of colour with experience in working with cultural identity issues.
Please note that I currently offer online video call counselling appointments only.
Training, qualifications & experience
2015: MA Counselling (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom)
2013: Online Therapeutic Relationships (Theoretical Considerations) (Online Therapy Institute)
2012: Using Videoconferencing to Conduct Online Counselling (Online Therapy Institute)
2001: BA Psychology (Honours) (University of Newcastle, Australia)
Organisational Registration & Membership
2015 – current: Health Care Professions Council (HCPC)
2006 – current: British Psychological Society (BPS)
2010 – current: Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA)
2004 – 2010: Victorian Psychologists Registration Board (became AHPRA in 2010)
Registered / Accredited
Being registered/accredited with a professional body means an individual must have achieved a substantial level of training and experience approved by their member organisation.
Health and Care Professions Council
The HCPC are an independent, UK-wide health regulator. They set standards of professional training, performance and conduct for 16 professions.
They keep a register of health professionals who meet their standards, and they take action if registered health professionals fall below those standards. They were created by a piece of legislation called the Health Professions Order 2001.
Registration means that a health professional meets national standards for their professional training, performance and conduct.
Areas of counselling I deal with
Other areas of counselling I deal with
Cultural identity issues
Shame and guilt
£50.00 per session
Online video call counselling
Initial consultation fee: £30
Online video call appointment: £50
Appointments will last approximately 50 minutes
Reduced rates may be available for students and individuals on low-income, please enquire if you feel you are eligible.
Short term and long term work available.
Concessions offered for
Online video counselling: Flexible, evenings after 6pm
What is online video call counselling?
This is counselling using audio (microphone) and visual (webcam) technology over the internet. Video calls are placed using Skype, Zoom or VSee which can easily be downloaded to your computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone.
There are similarities to in-person/face-to-face counselling in that it happens in real-time and you can see your counsellor’s face and shoulders. It is different to traditional in-person counselling as it can take place in the comfort of your own home or private space. It can be a convenient and affordable way to access counselling.
There are some guidelines for online video counselling which I send to clients prior to our first appointment. The main points are that you are in a quiet and confidential space for your counselling sessions, where you cannot be interrupted or overheard. You may wish to take some time prior to our online video call counselling session to gather your thoughts and think about what you wish to discuss. You may also wish to allow some time after your video call counselling appointment to reflect on what has been discussed and note any feelings that you may have or thoughts to pick up on for next time.
I am UK based though I am able to work online with clients based in some other countries (legislation dependent). My registration as a psychologist in Australia uniquely places me a professional position to work with clients based in that region.
To make an appointment:
Please contact me by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or tel: 079 2846 7307 to arrange an initial online video call consultation. I will aim to get back to you within 48 hours.
An initial consultation is an opportunity for you to talk about why you have sought out counselling and how these issues have been affecting you. You may want to think about what you hope to gain from counselling or the type of help or support you are looking for.
At the end of our initial consultation appointment, if you would like further sessions of online video call counselling we will arrange these.