at Transpose Therapy Counselling Services
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About me - I became a counsellor because I had received counselling at a time when I felt unable to cope with life and felt suicidal. I found the counselling process hard work but it changed my life profoundly. I now use my training to help others find the self-empowerment I found within myself, to go out into the world with a new beginning, as I did.
How I will counsel you - My work is based in Person Centred counselling which is non-directive. This means I will not give you ‘homework’ or tell you what to do; this leaves time for you to take the lead in the session, all be it guided by me. I will work with you to understand your emotions and to control your moods, enabling you to work towards gaining more control over your thoughts and life.
Where you will see me - I have designed my therapy room to be calm and tranquil, to reflect the way I practice. It is both comfortable and professional. The location is quiet with private parking and is easily accessible by public transport. I am located in Wrexham, North Wales, not far from Chester. I also provide online counselling.
Training, qualifications & experience
My training - Counsellors traditionally qualify by graduating from a single course of study. I studied for 3 years prior to embarking upon my Diploma (qualification) course. Following qualification I have undertaken over 50 additional training courses so I can teach you skills to alleviate anxiety, panic, stress and depression and can help you with your relationship issues.
My experience - includes clinical psychotherapy, working with and supporting a diverse range of people from all backgrounds, on many mental health issues, with practical and emotional support. I am experienced in counselling transgender, queer, gender questioning, LGBT+ people and their families, which is my specialist interest area. (I am an ally.) I have received additional training for this.
Some of my clients' testimonials -
“I could never have imagined how much strength I would gain from counselling…thank you for your wonderful kindness, guidance, patience to listen to me and teaching me skills to cope with my past…you’ve helped me to realise my self-worth and I’m ready to start my new life.” JJ
“I’m so happy you chose the wonderful job you do, as you have helped me more than you know…you have helped me change my life making my dream come true.” GJ
“Thank you for picking me up and putting me back together…” KW
Please see my website - www.transposetherapy.co.uk
Contact me: email@example.com or 07419 190769.
British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP)
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Accredited register membership
Accredited Register Scheme
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Areas of counselling I deal with
Other areas of counselling I deal with
LGBT+ family members.
Trans/queer/non-binary/gender questioning/gender diversity.
£50.00 per session
- £50.00 per face to face or online counselling session.
- £60.00 per session for Employee Assistance Programmes.
When I work
Thursday 13:00 to 18:00, Friday 09.00 to 18.00.
- Registered Member of BACP.
- Member of The Gendered Intelligence Network for Therapists and Counsellors.
I am an ally to the LGBT+ Community and have personal experience of trans/queer/gender questioning/gender nonconforming/gay issues and the associated fear and isolation which can go hand in hand with these.