Lorna Hanson

Lorna Hanson

Pure Health
21 Priestgate
Barton-upon-Humber
Lincolnshire
DN18 5ET

07718 159791

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Pure Health
21 Priestgate
Barton-upon-Humber
Lincolnshire
DN18 5ET

07718 159791

About me

No-ones life is perfect, challenges and obstacles land on us at any time and can often send us into confusion and chaos struggling to cope and find balance. At these times it can be hard to speak to others, we might feel they don't understand or we may find it hard to allow others to help, especially those closest to us. At times like this counselling can prove invaluable in helping to find a way through the maze of conflicting thoughts, beliefs and behaviours to a safe and clear pathway.

I am based at Pure Health in Barton upon Humber, within the Town Centre. There is free (time limited) on street parking, bus stops are close by and a train station is approximately a 15 minute walk away. It is in close proximity to the Humber Bridge, A15, Goxhill, Barrow and surrounding areas.

The centre is a quiet, relaxed and calm environment shared with other holistic services. Bookings can be made online via Facebook, email or telephone contact. I offer a space to reflect on situations, thoughts, feelings and beliefs providing time to explore these so as to develop self awareness and understanding about how these can impact on your life and relationships working together to enable you to improve your relationships with others and yourself in all aspects of your life.

I offer 1-1 support on a long or short term basis for a range of issues and have gained a great deal of experience from issues presented to me, particularly in my current role based within a counselling service for the NHS. These include, stress, anxiety, depression, low self esteem and confidence, identity crisis, work related issues, lack of direction or control in life, bereavement and other types of loss. gender issues including pre and post operative gender reassignment, rape, childhood sexual abuse, emotional, physical and psychological abuse, domestic violence, self harm and dissociation, PTSD and self harm.

As well as talking therapy I am also able to provide creative opportunities to enable you to move forward, particularly helpful if talking is something you find difficult.

My service is confidential within the confines of BACP guidelines and safeguarding protocols.

Training, qualifications & experience

I completed a Combined Studies Degree in Social Sciences and Education which incorporated Psychology before moving North to finalise my studies as a counsellor at Leeds University in 2006. And so began my journey providing counselling to others, engaging in ongoing training, clinical supervision and also teaching others to develop clinical skills to become counsellors themselves.

I have been practicing as a counsellor since 2006 having completed my training as an Integrative Counsellor at Leeds University. Since then I have continued to build my training including completing a PGCE then teaching others to become counsellors in colleges and under University umbrellas, I am an examination moderator. I also provide training to groups delivering courses and workshops including Diversity, Safe Guarding, Ethics, Research and Theory linked to Practice.

Since this time I have continued to work in schools, voluntary sector services including women's centres, sexual assault crisis centres supporting male and female survivors of rape and sexual assault; working in schools with parents, children, young people and staff presenting many issues including stress, anxiety, bereavement and low self worth.

Prior to this I worked in London with children & families, developing services and support to provide accessible services to disabled children and their families.

I am a therapist within a Qualified Provider (AQP) counselling service for the NHS under the Improving access to psychological therapies (IAPT) banner.
I am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP), and adhere to its Codes of Ethics and Practice. The register of counsellors and psychotherapists is a scheme set up by the Department of Health and is administered by an independent body, accountable to parliament. The scheme means that for the first time, members of the public can choose a counsellor or psychotherapist belonging to a register approved by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care.

I also receive monthly professional supervision, as in line with BACP recommendations. I maintain my professional status by engaging in regular training, personal development meetings and peer development groups.

I hold a current enhanced DBS certificate which now replaces the CRB certificate and is renewed every year.

Member organisations

BACP

Accredited register membership

Fees

I charge £40 per session which usually lasts an hour. Fees can be paid at time of booking online, credit transfer at least 24 hours prior to appointment, cash or card payments are also available. Concessions can be made for students on provision of evidence.

Maps & Directions

Barton-upon-Humber, DN18 5ET

Type of session

Online counselling: No
Telephone counselling: No
Face to face counselling: Yes

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None

Accessibility

Wheelchair access: Unspecified

Availability

Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 10am to 8pm Days and some evenings. Other days may be possible depending on availability.

Types of client

Adults
Older adults
Employee Assistance Programme
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