Jayne Meadows Counselling (Registered MBACP)
Hi there, I'm Jayne, a qualified and professional person-centred counsellor with experience at working in the voluntary sector for several years and more recently in an NHS service. I am also a registered member of the BACP. Although my foundation is person-centred I often work in an integrative way to ensure the counselling is tailor made to suit you as "one size does not fit all". I realise that, initially, approaching a counsellor can seem daunting, my therapeutic approach is very down to earth which I hope puts my clients at ease.
You might be asking, What is counselling all about? How can talking change anything? Counselling is about providing a warm, safe environment in which you can explore any issues or concerns without being judged. It is about offering a therapeutic healing relationship in which your voice is always heard. It is about feeling empathy and understanding in this relationship. This environment and the therapeutic relationship are the catalyst for personal growth.
So, can talking change anything? Most definitely yes, none of us can change past events but counselling can give you the opportunity to make sense of what happened, to truly acknowledge your feelings and to be heard, which is often all that is needed to unhook us from the past and allow us to move forward with our life.
There are other issues that may bring you to counselling that perhaps do not seem related to past events, such as relationship issues and we can work on these together also. Often, having some additional understanding in varying styles of communication can provide further insight into your relationship and if you can see where the problem is then you can decide if you want this to change and how you can go about it.
Training, qualifications & experience
BA (Hons) Person-Centred Counselling Studies
British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy Certificate of Proficiency (COP), Manchester
Freedom for Agencies - Awareness Training of Domestic & Emotional Abuse - Women's Aid, Grimsby
Feel the Fear - (and do it anyway) - Jan Rylett, Grimsby
‘Personal Aspects of Attachment Theory - the Science of Family Bonds’ delivered by Sir Richard Bowlby.
Introduction to Therapeutic Work with Children and Young People - Hull
Certificate in Understanding Autism (QCF)
Working With Problem Gambling - Training by GamCare
Working in a Humanistic perspective in a time-limited context, Joan Pickard Ltd, Hull
Transactional Analysis (101) Horsforth Centre, Leeds
Transactional Analysis, Joan Pickard Ltd- Hull
Gestalt perspective of Counselling Couples, Joan Pickard Ltd, Hull
Systemic Family Therapy In-House Training
Working On Shame: A Gestalt
Perinatal Mental Health Multi-Agency Awareness Training Programme
Areas of counselling I deal with
- Bipolar disorder
- Domestic violence
- Drug abuse
- Feeling sad
- Low self-confidence
- Low self-esteem
- Postnatal depression
- Relationship problems
- Seasonal affective disorder (SAD)
- Suicidal thoughts
- Work-related stress
Sessions are 60 minutes in duration.
My fees are:
£30 for individuals.
£40 for couples.
£25 Student rate.
£35 for EAP/Organisations.
Maps & Directions
Type of session
|Face to face counselling:||Yes|
Daytime and evening appointments
Types of client
|Employee Assistance Programme|