Jenni Beckwith

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Dip Couns, Registered MBACP (Accred)
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Brighton BN2 & Hove BN3
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About me

Information About Me

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I'm Jenni and I founded my Private Practice All Ears Counselling Ltd in 2017.  Now based in Brighton, I have BACP Accreditation status and enjoy working with Adults throughout East and West Sussex across a wide and varying range of issues . 

Predominantly, I am keen to widen the conversation about the importance of self-awareness,  and encourage everyone to look after their mental health as much as their physical health.  I welcome the opportunity to discuss how talking therapies can be beneficial to anyone who is experiencing difficulty, no matter their age.  Recent years are proving to be particularly challenging for many and it is my aim to normalise speaking to a therapist about their mental wellbeing, just as they would to a GP about their physical health.

Aside my general practice, I spent several years working with Charity Oscars Wish Foundation, offering bereavement and counselling support to couples and families who have sadly experienced baby loss, including IVF, miscarriage, stillbirth and neo natal death.

Prior to training as a therapist and whilst raising my family, I began working part-time at a local school for the disabled, which I found immensely rewarding.  This gave me the experience of caring for others and meeting families whose personal situations were incredibly difficult and challenging.

In-depth Counselling has been invaluable to me personally over the years and in addition to providing therapy to others, I truly understand how supportive and life changing this can be. I began my professional training 11 years ago, qualifying in a BACP Accredited Integrative Humanistic Counselling Diploma at the Wealden College of Counselling and Psychotherapy.  After working with a number of charities as a volunteer counsellor, I opened in private practice to continue my Counselling career.

I appreciate how overwhelming the modern world can feel, pressures from work, demands from family, our relationships, financial and living pressures, our concerns for the world's environment, political and societal pressures. 

We can be constantly bombarded with news updates as we connect to our tech.  In recent years the possibility for a 24-hour on-line lifestyle has led to a culture of constantly 'switched on', inhibiting our ability to 'switch off'.  Spending more time on-line we can witness hurtful commentary, trolling and shaming.  It's not surprising we have seen a rise in anxiety, depression and feelings of low self-esteem, and not just amongst the younger generation.  How easy it is to fall into the pattern of coping, whilst underneath sensing an increasing struggle to keep on top, telling the world 'I'm fine' or 'I'm ok'.  

The world moves fast and it's easy for us to ignore the niggling stress signals and carrying on as usual often seems like the most tempting option.  Teaching my clients how to slow down and take notice of what in their life is affecting their wellbeing is important.  Helping them to find new ways to think, feel, communicate and behave differently can contribute to their change.  As a Humanistic Integrative Counsellor, I offer impartiality and work using a number of different psychotherapies and styles, meaning I am able to tailor your therapy to suit your individual needs and recognise when to work gently or perhaps more challenging and to a pace that suits you. I provide a welcoming, comfortable, safe and private space for you to talk confidentially about whatever your struggles or difficulties may be.

I believe that everybody has the potential to grow and change.  It's possible to get rid of unhelpful habits and remove deeply embedded shame from the past.  It's possible to improve communication and relationships in life and increasing our self-esteem.

Previously located in South Chailey nr Lewes, I am now based in Brighton.   I continue to welcome people from across East and West Sussex in addition to the immediate area. 

To begin your counselling journey, I will suggest a free telephone consultation of around 20-30 minutes to gauge a little more about what you are looking for.  Should you choose to progress, we will then invite you for an assessment session, which gives us both the opportunity to meet (either in person or online).  At the assessment I will run through some medical and family history questions and explain in further detail about what you can expect from the sessions.  This also gives you the opportunity to ask me any questions with no obligation to book.  Starting with a recommended initial block of 6 sessions, the overall number of counselling sessions will be dependent on your individual needs and will be covered at the assessment.  

50 minute Counselling sessions £55

50 minute Assessment session £20 

If you are interested in any further information, please do not hesitate to contact me by phone, email or via my website.

Training, qualifications & experience

My Experience and Qualifications:

Working in Private Practice 'All Ears Counselling' since 2017 and achieving BACP Counselling Accreditation Certificate status in 2021.  I have experience working largely with depression, anxious thinking, bereavement, anger and trauma as well as helping people to understand events from their past as well as present issues.

From 2018-2022 I teamed up with Oscars Wish Foundation, offering counselling support to bereaved parents through neo-natal death, stillbirth, miscarriage and IVF complications.  I continue to offer support to grieving individuals effected by baby loss through my private practice.

I studied and qualified at the Wealden College of Counselling and Psychotherapy in East Sussex achieving a Diploma in Humanistic Integrative Counselling - 2014-2016
TA 101 2014
Certificate in Counselling Skills 2013

Volunteer Counsellor at Sussex Community Development Agency, Newhaven (SCDA) (2015-2017)
Volunteer Counsellor at Care For The Carers, Eastbourne (2014-2016)

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£55.00 per session
Free initial telephone session

Concessions offered for

  • Trainee counsellors

Additional information

£55.00 per session

When I work

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun

Sessions available face to face and via Zoom.  

Regular sessions Tuesday- Thursdays 8.30am - 6.30pm 

Please enquire for availability for evening sessions.

Further information

Offering the choice of meeting and holding sessions in person or on-line sessions via Zoom.

Roedean, Brighton, BN2

Unique Mind Therapy Rooms, 75 Church Road, Hove, East Sussex, BN3 2BB

Type of session

In person

Types of client

Young adults (18-24)
Adults (25-64)
Older Adults (65+)

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