Juliette Hardy, BA (Hons), MBACP.
Sometimes in life we feel sad, anxious or depressed (as well as many other feelings) and we want someone to talk to about it.
You may be thinking about having counselling for many reasons and I understand how difficult it can be to ask for help. I also understand you may have never had counselling before and may have many questions about how it will help you. Hopefully I can provide some understanding about how I work as a counsellor.
I'm Juliette, I'm qualified to degree level in counselling. I provide a safe, calm and confidential space to enable you to explore your thoughts and feelings about whatever life challenges you are facing. I'm here to listen to you and provide a non-judgmental environment to allow you reach your own decisions and take control in areas where you may feel lost.
I offer both short and long term therapy to adults in the Rugby area. I am a registered member of the BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) and bound by its ethical framework for counselling professionals. I have a current DBS (Disclosure and Barring Service) check in place, I have completed a certificate of proficiency for counsellors and I am covered by professional liability insurance.
I use two therapy rooms located just outside of Rugby town centre. Both therapy rooms are discreet, very quiet and comfortable. Each building is fully accessible and has convenient parking just outside, both also have a reception waiting area and toilet facilities available.
If you are considering counselling with me or have some questions, please do not hesitate to contact me by telephone call or sending me a message via the "e-mail me" button.
I like to talk with all counselling enquiries I receive to understand the problems you are faced with so I can ensure I am the right person to help you. If I feel I'm not the right person to help, I will point you in the right direction of other therapists or organisations that maybe useful.
Training, qualifications & experience
- First class BA (Hons) in Counselling.
- Foundation Degree in Person-Centred Counselling.
- Level 3 Award in Counselling Skills.
- Level 2 Award in Counselling concepts.
Further Training Completed:
- Cancer Awareness workshop (MacMillan)
- Understanding death and dying (Myton Hospice)
- Death and culture (Myton Hospice).
My Counselling experience.
Alongside my private practice work, I work as a counsellor at a Midlands based organisation who support people affected by cancer. My client work involves exploring the thoughts and feelings that cancer sufferers are left with to include relationship issues, loss of self, body changes and the trauma of treatment.
I have volunteered as a counsellor for two different charities. One where I worked with clients suffering mental distress at a national mental health charity. I also worked with bereaved families in a hospice environment for a local charity.
Whilst my counselling experience has mainly been working with loss, bereavement and illness, I am able to work with most presenting issues and have highlighted the areas I'm able to work with.
Areas of counselling I deal with
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My fees are £45.00 per session, each session is 50 minutes in duration. Each session is usually weekly on the same day and time unless previously agreed.
Payment can be made by either by cash at the session or via bank transfer prior to the session.
I work with my clients to offer the number of sessions that are appropriate, there is no 'one size that fits all', we are all different and all have different needs.
I'm able to offer morning, afternoon and early evening appointments (9am-6pm) at Clifton Road, Rugby.
I'm able to offer later evening appointments (5.30pm-8.30pm) at Dunsmore Avenue, Rugby.
Maps & Directions
Type of session
|Face to face counselling:||Yes|
I offer morning, afternoon and evening appointments.
Types of client