Jill Newman Dip Couns., Registered MBACP
HOW CAN COUNSELLING HELP?
These are the kind of benefits that my clients achieve as counselling progresses
- become calmer
- stop worrying so much
- solve problems
- sleep better
- improve relationships
- build confidence
- relax and be happy
- generally improve well-being
WHAT HAPPENS DURING A SESSION?
My style of counselling is mainly Person-Centred, which aims to empower you to discover solutions to issues, with my support. You talk about whatever you feel able to and we gently explore your issues. This might involve looking at what's happening in your life right now, how the past can still impact you in the present and recognising how your automatic thought patterns might be affecting you. The process allows new insights to emerge, a change in how you perceive things and the potential for different approaches to some areas of your life. It leads to healing.
WHAT KIND OF ISSUES CAN BE ADDRESSED?
My own life experience means that I am able to readily empathise with the difficult emotions that we all sometimes encounter. I believe these difficult feelings are often associated with the kinds of losses we inevitably face, including bereavement, health issues, separation and divorce, children leaving home, relocation, redundancy...so many kinds of change loss. Circumstances can leave any one of us grieving, feeling sad, lonely, despairing, stuck and unable to move on. When talking to people within your own circle of family and friends is no longer enough, then turning to a compassionate person who is trained to listen impartially, can really help you gradually to come to terms with how you’re feeling, to be a little kinder to yourself, to become more of a whole and to recover your equilibrium.
Training, qualifications & experience
MY OWN EXPERIENCE OF HAVING COUNSELLING
During counsellor training, whilst I worked for the NHS, I experienced counselling myself and remember feeling a little daunted about finding someone I'd have an affinity with. However, I was soon reassured and the feeling of security during our weekly sessions is one of the things I found sustaining. I felt very safe throughout the process. It felt as though the counsellor knew me well, she really cared, I could say whatever I wanted... and I felt so much better. I trust this process and want to bring the kind of benefits that I received, to my clients now.
COUNSELLING AND HEALTH-CARE QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
As a Registered Member of the BACP, I am guided by their Ethical Framework, providing you with the assurance of regulated standards. My qualifications include Counselling and Psychotherapy Diploma Level 5, Health and Social Care Level 3 and Certificates in Coping with Loss and Supporting Distressed Individuals. My route to private practice evolved through my own life experience, hospital health-care work and college counselling.
Areas of counselling I deal with
Other areas of counselling I deal with
I have a particular interest in counselling for miscarriage, ectopic and molar pregnancy. Please contact me for further specialised information.
The introductory session costs £10
Further sessions are £40 and can be arranged flexibly to suit you
WHERE I WORK
I am based in a professional counselling centre in Taunton. There is car parking close by and the rooms are bright and airy
If you would like to find out a bit more or to check availability, please do not hesitate to contact me, I will be very happy to talk to you.
You can send me an email via the red button
Alternatively, text or leave a voice-mail on the number shown above
For more information, contact me now
WALK AND TALK THERAPY
Understanding the therapeutic benefits of being outside amongst nature, outdoor "walk and talk" sessions are an option, once therapy is established. Not only, enjoyable and healthy, but this less formal atmosphere helps you to relax and de-stress as we're strolling along.
Maps & Directions
Type of session
|Face to face counselling:||Yes|
Monday to Thursday between 4 and 7pm
Types of client