We are offering our full service during the Coronavirus/COVID-19 period. Sessions will typically be conducted online or by phone. In some circumstances, however, face-to-face sessions can be made available. Please do not hesitate to call 07977712027 or email to book in for an assessment session. Reduced fees are available for anyone in financial hardship and there is no limit to the number of concessions that we can offer.
Green Lane Counselling and Psychotherapy is an affordable service based in the centre of Derby which aims to make counselling accessible to everyone, especially those people who are in need but might not normally be able to afford it. If you feel you cannot cope - whether because of a sudden change or crisis in your life or because of longer-term issues - we may be able to help.
By talking together, we can help you better understand your thoughts, feelings and behaviours in a safe, confidential environment where you will be treated with respect and compassion. We can work together to help you make choices that could lead to positive changes in your life.
Contact us now for an assessment. We see clients from the age of 5 upwards.
Appointments available from 8am to 9pm Monday to Friday and Saturday mornings/early afternoons.
Training, qualifications & experience
My name is Lucy Harris and I own and manage the Green Lane Counselling & Psychotherapy Service. There are currently 30 therapists working in the service. I have a Master's Degree in Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP accredited). I am an accredited registered member of the BACP. I have worked with a whole range of ages and issues. I have worked with adults at several charities which help clients who might not normally be able to afford it to access counselling. I have worked with clients who have anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, agoraphobia and self-harming behaviour. I have an interest in Compassion Focused Therapy which is often used with clients who are very self-critical. I have worked with primary school children in Nottingham, utilising play therapy to work with issues such as anger management and other behavioural problems which are affecting their school life. My Master's research project looked at the current state of counselling in primary schools.
Miricia Van Rensburg has a B.Psych degree, an Honours degree in Psychology, and has done postgraduate studies in Sociology (Group Dynamics). She also has a Masters of Science Degree in Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy. She is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). Miricia has worked as a voluntary counsellor and Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) counsellor in South Africa with clients with diverse issues. She has also worked in the mental health field for the NHS in London. She has diverse experience of working with clients with enduring mental health issues. Miricia works with many issues, including family problems, self-harming behaviour, low self-esteem, depression and anxiety, trauma and abuse, social issues and addiction. She also has a special interest in working with eating disorders, gender and sexuality, and clients with a psychiatric diagnosis like schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Jack Ellis has a Master's Degree in Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy and is a registered member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP). He is an Integrative Psychotherapist combining approaches from Person-centred therapy (PCA) Cognitive Behavioural therapy (CBT) and Attachment theory. He also utilises Compassion Focused Therapy and Schema Therapy where appropriate for the client. Jack has experience working in Education, Private therapy and NHS talking therapies (IAPT). Jack has worked with (but is not limited to) - Anxiety, Depression, Bereavement, Self-criticism, Anger Management, Relationship issues, Autism and counselling, Self-Harming and Low Self-Esteem.
Dave Petch is a BSc (Hons) Psychology graduate and also holds an MSc in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy. He is a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and also a member for the Federation of Drug and Alcohol Practitioners (FDAP). Dave likes to work relationally with his clients, utilising techniques from three different counselling modalities; person centred, attachment theory and cognitive behavioural therapy. He is able to integrate these skills with each individual client, whatever they may bring to the session. Dave’s specialist area is working with addiction, both substances and behavioural, and has experience working within various substance misuse and aftercare services within Derby City and has attended training at the centre for addiction treatment studies (a franchised partner of the University of Bath).
Laura Humphrey is a qualified Psychotherapist. She has an accredited MSc
in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy. She works with a wide variety of issues such as anxiety, depression, self-harm, suicidal intent and abuse. Previously she worked in the Mental Health field for 15 years with clients who had severe and enduring mental illness. She also worked in Neuro Rehab at Derby Royal, and Oncology at Nottingham City Hospital. Laura's aim is to work with clients to better their lives, and help them to understand why they feel the way they do, and to help them move forward to a more manageable life.
Karen Smith is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and is working towards a Diploma in Counselling (Psychodynamic) at the University of Derby, Buxton campus. The main therapeutic approaches Karen uses are Humanistic, Person Centred, Gestalt and Existential counselling but she specialises in Psychodynamic Counselling. Karen works with her clients to bring the unconscious mind into consciousness - helping them to unravel, experience and understand their true, deep-rooted feelings in order to resolve them. This approach takes the view that our unconscious holds onto painful feelings and memories, which are too difficult for the conscious mind to process. Karen may focus on patterns of behaviour and attachment theory with her clients whilst working with them to explore how their history is impacting on their present-day life. Karen has 25 years’ experience of coaching and mentoring adults in a work environment and experience of working with clients on bereavement, suicide, anxiety, sexual abuse, relationship and family problems.
Sandra Hussey has a BA (Hons) in Humanistic Counselling Practice from the University of Nottingham, a Diploma in Person-Centred Counselling and is a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Sandra has seven years’ clinical experience working with all ages, individuals, couples and groups. She has extensive counselling experiencing encompassing a range of issues including depression, anxiety, domestic abuse, severe and enduring mental health issues, relationship and grief counselling, drugs and alcohol, suicidal ideation, OCD, PTSD and sexual abuse. Sandra has worked extensively in Nottingham city schools, for charities in Nottingham and within mental health for the NHS. Sandra also practises hypnotherapy and has 4 years’ experience using the Rewind technique for trauma.
Gemma Price believes that psychotherapy can help you better understand yourself and your relationships with others. Unconscious feelings and motivations can be brought into your awareness with the belief that insight can unlock greater understanding and help promote change. She has great interest in relationship dynamics, links with development, and how early experiences can shape our lives. Gemma offers a safe, compassionate space where you can explore your thoughts, feelings, emotions and experiences. An important aspect of her psychotherapeutic practice is a relational approach. This means that the relationship between herself and her clients is key. She has experience working with individuals with many presenting issues such as anxiety, depression, low self-esteem and confidence, sexuality, relationship issues, family issues and trauma. Trauma and its effect on the body and mind is of particular interest to her. Gemma has an MSc in Integrative Psychotherapy from the Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute in Nottingham, and is a registered member of the UKCP.
Sam Bosworth is a BSc (Hons) graduate in Psychology and is currently working towards an MSc in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy at Derby University. She is a student member of the BACP following their guidelines and codes of ethics. Sam works integratively, combining the Person-Centred Approach, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Attachment Theory, tailoring every session to individual needs. She offers a safe, non-judgemental and confidential environment whereby clients are able to explore their thoughts, emotions and experiences and work towards their individual goals. She has a working background volunteering at a domestic abuse charity supporting victims of domestic violence. She has also worked voluntarily as a mentor and a teaching assistant supporting disadvantaged and disengaged young people with a range of issues including anxiety, depression, self-harm and family issues.
Anna Urbanska is an integrative counsellor and accredited registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). Her qualifications include a Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling, a Postgraduate Certificate in Coaching and a Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). Her professional experience of providing counselling includes work at Universities, the NHS, IAPT agencies and Bereavement Services. She believes that there is real potential for change held in the relationship between psychotherapist and client. She uses an integrative model of working and embraces different approaches. Each client is unique and she works in an authentic way to allow your true nature to come through. Her aim is to offer you a safe, confidential and trusting space where you feel able to explore what has brought you to therapy. She has worked with different groups of clients, from small children through students to adults. Some of the issues she has helped with are anxiety, depression, pregnancy-related issues, eating disorders, bereavement, trauma and work-related difficulties. She believes that as a client you should set the agenda. She sees individual clients for short term or long term open-ended therapeutic work. In her view, there is no right or wrong length of time for therapy. You will be listened to and supported in a process to enable you to start living life in a way that has meaning to you.
Luke Hicken holds an MSc in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy from the University of Derby, is a registered member of the BACP, and has higher education qualifications in Social Psychology, Development Psychology, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Philosophy. Luke works as an integrative psychotherapist, incorporating Person-Centered listening skills with Cognitive-Behavioural (CBT) and Attachment-based interventions, depending on the unique needs of each client. He also has experience working in a mentoring role with children at a primary school in South Wales, and with adolescents at an English language school in Belgium.
A musician at heart, Luke is also a Grade 8 guitarist and holds a BSc First Class Honours degree in Sound Technology.
Jenny Edwards holds a BSc (Hons) Joint Honours in Psychology and Theatre Studies and a MSc in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy, both from the University of Derby. In her practice she combines elements from Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy, Person-Centred Theory and Attachment Theory to tailor every session to the individual client. Jenny believes that the most important element to counselling is space; space to reflect, think, talk, be listened to, feel understood and space simply to be without judgment. She aims to create this space by listening empathically, meeting the client with unconditional positive regard and by being congruent. Sessions will be led by whatever you choose to bring, and together Jenny will take the time to explore what might be going on for you and how to reach your goals. Jenny has experience working with a wide range of clients, including but not limited to: clients experiencing anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, self-harm, loneliness, work-related stress, bereavement, loss, eating disorders and pregnancy-related issues. She is a member of the BACP and work within their ethical framework and guidelines. She is bilingual and offers counselling sessions in German as well.
Anna Douglas is currently working towards a PGDip in Psychotherapeutic Counselling and is a student member of the BACP. She is trained to work with adults and has specialist training in working with children and young people. In her current working role she supports young people and families at risk of breakdown. She works with complex family difficulties, mental health, social and educational needs. She has an academic background in Philosophy with a BA and MA in this discipline and has volunteered extensively for over ten years in a range of supporting roles.Anna works with adults and young people integratively and creatively, meaning that in her backpack she has a range of skills she can use to help clients work through their difficulties. She grounds herself in Humanistic approaches and uses aspects of other approaches including Psychodynamic, CBT and Attachment Theory depending on what is best for the client. Anna is trained to work with creative therapeutic techniques, with a special interest in Play Therapy, Sand tray and Narrative techniques. She provides a safe space to explore what clients wish to bring to counselling at their pace, which begins in the forming of a safe working relationship. She allows space for working creatively if a client wishes and has a large range of creative tools clients can use. Anna has extensive experience of working with stress, low mood and depression, anxiety and difficulties within relationships and families.
Jo Fretwell would be pleased to help you with any difficulties you may be dealing with in your life. She understands that sometimes it isn't possible to cope alone and perhaps it is not possible to lean on family and friends; she believes passionately in the benefits of working with a counsellor. Jo is a qualified Counsellor and Psychotherapist with a Master’s Degree in this field (level 7). She is a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), she is fully insured and DBS checked. She has volunteered for some years with a bereavement charity, which led her to train as a counsellor. She previously worked as a mental health nurse and has worked with a variety of problems. Jo is trained integratively which means she will adapt the therapy to your needs. Her training includes Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Attachment Theory, Mindfulness, and Bereavement Care, Working with Children and Adolescents and Transactional Analysis. She also practices Compassion Focused Therapy personally and with her clients. Jo is trained in Person Centred Counselling which she believes is the bedrock of all therapies. In Person Centred Counselling there is no hierarchy between therapist and client; the relationship is based on the therapist expressing empathy, genuineness and unconditional positive regard to their client at all times. Jo has worked with people from many different cultures and embraces all our differences. She would always aim to offer a warm, safe and confidential space for each client.
Connie Corbishley is a qualified counsellor with a Master’s degree in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy and is a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). She is trained to work with Person-Centred Counselling, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Attachment theory and she adapts and combines each of these depending upon what is required by each new client. Her approach aims to find a balance between discovering tools and strategies to help you to manage the difficulties which you are facing at this time whilst safely exploring what the underlying causes of these difficulties may be in order to find longer term relief. Professionally she has worked with a wide range of clients; originally she came from a background in the field of alcohol and substance misuse and she now also has several years’ experience of practising with clients who have suffered sexual violence, bereavement, significant losses and life-altering illnesses. This means that she has worked with broad variety of presenting difficulties including depression, anxiety, panic attacks, self-harm, suicidal thoughts and low self-esteem to name just some. Whatever pain or struggles you are dealing with at this time, whether you know what is troubling you or can’t quite put your finger on it, Connie hopes to be able to create the warmth, space and understanding for you to explore this and to find a way forward.
Jo Burch says that it is completely normal to find life tough at times and you don't have to struggle on alone. She offers a safe, confidential and compassionate space for you to be you away from the pressures of everyday life. You will have the opportunity to explore your feelings, thoughts and behaviours and the difficulties you are facing with someone who won't judge you. Jo will work together to help you find your own way through and will support you to make the changes you choose. It may also be that some things can't be changed and she can help you to find acceptance. Jo is very interested in relational dynamics and how our early experiences shape who we are today. Sometimes relationship patterns we developed in childhood do not serve us so well as adults and it is those patterns that can adversely affect our psychological, emotional and physical health. She has a special interest in neuroscience and other research showing a correlation between health difficulties and unresolved childhood issues and trauma. Some of the areas Jo can help with include, but are not limited to: anxiety, depression, stress, chronic pain and fatigue, loss and bereavement, relationship issues, family problems, healing of trauma and abuse and learning to cope with emotions that can feel difficult such as anger, fear, sadness and shame. Jo has an MSc in Integrative Psychotherapy from the Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute in Nottingham and is a registered member of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP). She abides by both organisations' ethical principles and codes of professional conduct.
Laura Atkins has a BSc (Hons) in Psychology from the University of Derby and is currently working towards a Master’s Degree in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy. She is a student member of The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and follows their guidelines and code of ethics. She currently works for a charity called SARAC where she has gained experience working with people who have been affected by sexual abuse, rape, child sexual exploitation and unhealthy relationships. She has experience in working with trauma, anxiety and depression. Laura combines approaches from Person-Centred, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Attachment Theory. This means she can tailor therapy to suit your individual needs. Together with you she can identify and work towards your goals.
Robert Hines has a BA (Hons) in Person Centred Counselling from the University of Nottingham and is currently undertaking a Masters in Trauma Studies. He is a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and a registered accredited member of National Counselling Society (NCS). He has 3 years’ experience working with young people and adolescents offering talk therapy or working with play. He gained experience working with young people and adolescents in primary and secondary schools in Nottingham through the organisation Contacts Counselling and Therapy. He has also counselled university students at Nottingham Trent University. In support of his continuing development as a counsellor he has undertaken workshops in working with play, self-harm, bereavement, depression and working with young people. Therapeutically Robert offers support from a person-centred perspective and incorporates both solution-focused and trauma-focused interventions to provide a more broad-based support for clients of all ages experiencing concerns such as anxiety, sexual abuse, depression, trauma, social anxiety, suicide, bereavement, self-harm and academic concerns. He holds the belief that life is a process just as counselling too is a process. Daily life and counselling fused together enriches people with insight and awareness to make necessary changes or see life afresh with newer understanding of self or others. All people deserve to live a life fulfilled in a way they choose.
Katherine Harper is currently working to complete her MSc in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy at the University of Derby. She is a student member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), and adheres to their code of ethics for standard practice in counselling. Katherine also holds a BA in Psychology from Portland State University. Katherine has a background in Education, and has worked in Behavioural settings with both children and adults. This has helped her gain experience working with anxiety, depression, bereavement, addiction, and trauma. Katherine’s comprehensive training in mental health can help individuals with a variety of challenges and goals. Using an Integrative Approach, Katherine combines Person Centred Approach, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and Attachment Theory to best suit her clients’ needs.
Nick Campion is an integrative psychotherapist, with a Postgraduate Diploma from the Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute and he is in the final year of studying for his MSc.Nick’s experience working with clients has led him to be a strong believer in the power of listening with empathy and understanding, and without judgement. Simply having the opportunity to speak freely and honestly without fear of judgement can be transformational in itself. On top of that, he works with clients to understand why they may be feeling as they are and how this might be addressed. He believes our early relationships help shape who we become but also that we all live within the context of our society, community, culture and relationships, so those factors must be considered too. Nick is interested in his clients as people rather than as any diagnosis they may be given. He believes 'What has happened to you?' is a far better question to ask than 'What is wrong with you?'
Manaal Mulla was raised in Dubai and being of Indian origin she has learnt the importance of cultural context in understanding people’s experiences. She believes in providing a non-judgmental and empathic space where her clients can find safety and direction. She is committed to guiding you through life’s struggles and walking with you on the path to healing.
Manaal is currently working towards her MSc in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy from the University of Derby. As a student member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), she adheres to their code of ethics for standard practice in counselling. She is also a BSc graduate in Psychology with Counselling Skills from Middlesex University Dubai. Manaal is bilingual and can offer sessions in Hindi/Urdu as well.
Dana Hartshorn is currently studying an MSc in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy at the University of Derby. She is a student member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and adheres to their code of ethics for standard practice in counselling. She seeks to provide a safe and welcoming space where clients can explore their feelings, emotions and experiences, and collaboratively build understanding, set goals and form a morecongruent sense of self. Dana’s background is American, and she holds a BA in Social Psychology from the Bates College, Maine, USA. Dana has a degree in psychology and has worked with children, adolescents and adults in clinical and educational settings. This has helped her gain experience in working with depression, low self-esteem and anxiety, trauma/abuse, behavioural disorders and other mental health issues. Psychotherapy can help you better understand yourself as well as your relationships with others. Insight and awareness into unconscious feelings, motivations and behaviour leads to greater self-understanding and helps promote change behavioural and mental change. Dana will be using an integrative approach, combining the Person-Centred Approach, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and Attachment Theory to best suit her clients’ needs.
Dawn Rourke is a person-centred solution focused therapist with experience in both privateand voluntary sectors, and a qualified well-being practitioner registered with FHT and offers an array of Well-Being therapies including nutrition and kinesiology muscle testing. She has a BA (Hons) in Counselling and over 10 years' experience working in statutory and voluntary sectors including domestic violence and 4 years working in palliative care providing emotional support working with patients and their families with end of life, bereavement, cancer and illness-related issues. She is Dementia aware and trained. Stress, life changes, bereavements, divorce, addictions, trauma, family/relationship and workplace difficulties can all contribute to low moods, increased anxiety, and loss of energy, focus and motivation. Counselling can provide a confidential space and time to talk, where you can begin to feel supported and heard, and gain the self-insight you need to help you to move forward. Dawn provides a safe space to explore and work through issues that may have become overwhelming to manage, at a pace that suits you.
Aman Johal Aman is currently studying for an MSc in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy at the University of Derby. She is a registered student member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and adheres to their code of ethics and practice standards. Aman holds a BA (Hons) degree in Public Policy and Management and has a background in both public and private sector care. She is also a qualified Holistic Therapist and provides therapy for mental health projects within Erewash Borough and Nottingham City Council. This has helped her gain experience working with various mental health issues, depression, anxiety, stress, low self-esteem, addiction, anger, family or relationship issues and bereavement. Aman has a warm, caring and non-judgemental approach and aims to create a safe, comfortable and relaxed environment, enabling clients to feel secure and confident when exploring any issues or problems they may be facing. She uses an integrative approach when working with clients, combining Person Centred Therapy, Attachment Theory and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, tailoring each session to individual needs. Aman works as an outreach volunteer for the Samaritans and supports in fundraising for homeless charities such as Framework and the Trussell Trust Foodbank network.
Richard Mark-Hansen is currently studying towards an MSc in Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy at the University of Derby, after previously completing a BSc in Counselling & Psychotherapy there. As a student member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), he is obligated to practice in accordance to their ethical guidelines for therapeutic practice. Richard’s mission is to work with clients to create a safe and understanding environment for clients to explore their thoughts, feelings, experiences, and subsequently themselves with the aim of empowering the client and helping them to navigate the difficulties they experience and reach healing and growth. He is also passionate about therapy’s accessibility, and trying to base therapy around the client as an individual, their needs and their goals. As someone who appreciates difference and diversity, he understands the importance of considering these when looking at how people uniquely attribute and understand their experiences.
Lucy Kempster is currently studying towards an BSc in Humanistic and Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy at The Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute in Nottingham. As a student member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), she is obligated to work in accordance with their ethical guidelines for therapeutic practice. Therapeutically, Lucy works with clients from a humanistic and integrative stance. She aims to provide a confidential and safe space in which to work collaboratively with individuals in order to support self-discovery and healing.
Paul Williams has a profound interest in the field of Counselling and Psychotherapy and other talking therapies in general. The reason is he enjoys meeting people and interacting through discussion in face to face or group settings; this gives him the opportunity to listen and understand their concerns within a safe and comfortable environment. Paul is currently working towards his MSc in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy at the University of Derby. His long-term aim is to specialise in Trauma, Bereavement, Survivors of Religious Cults and Human Trafficking. He is also interested in working with the Deaf Community, who have generally struggled to get access to Counselling and other forms of psychological support because of the limited number of counsellors who use British Sign Language. He has done his qualifications in British Sign Language Level 2 and Deaf History/ Culture. He intends to develop his skills in this area in order to support this client group. He has volunteered for ChildLine East Midlands, Cruse Bereavement Care, Marie Curie and Nottinghamshire Deaf Society. In addition, Paul has worked in a hostel with teenagers who were homeless and had been subjected to physical and sexual abuse; they were also dealing with issues such as substance misuse and self-harming behaviours. Furthermore, he has devoted my time to the Divert Trust which was a project aimed at supporting children that had been earmarked for exclusion from school.
Claire Dawson is a student counsellor at Maple Leaf Counselling and Training Centre in Solihull. She is also a student member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and works in accordance with their guidelines. From a therapeutic point of view, she works in an integrative way; this means that she brings together different elements of specific therapies to fit the needs of the individual client. Claire believes that counselling can offer insight and understanding of self through the safe space that can be created for client and counsellor to work together within. It’s through this that a client can heal and discover; explore and grow; learn and thrive.
Karen Chamberlain is currently working towards a Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling and is a student member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. Karen works using a person-centred approach: she will help you to explore your thoughts, feelings and behaviours in a safe, confidential and trusting space free from judgement and will support you in facilitating any changes that you would like to make. Karen has a background of working in a SEN school, specifically with severe ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder). Currently she volunteers for the charity Head High, which offers a safe space at weekends for adults struggling with their mental health to pop in for a coffee and a chat. In her work with Derby County Community Trust, Karen is involved in delivering sessions supporting adult mental health through physical activities, such as football and boxercise. She also delivers a youth group called Tackle It which works together with CAMHS to support 12 to 18 year olds with their mental health by offering a safe space to gain confidence and socialise.
Marlon Blair is in the process of completing his level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling. He works under the guidance of The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) of which he is a student member. Marlon’s aim is to support you in a person-centred way, meaning that you will be the focus of your time together. He will endeavour to maintain a safe environment for you to discuss any issues which you are facing without feeling judged. Marlon has a background in care and has worked in various areas of the care profession and the NHS. He is presently a Health Care Support Worker for an acute mental health hospital and Nursing Assistant for Derbyshire Health Care Trust at Kingsway Hospital. He supports people who suffer with one or more Mental Health Illnesses such as depression, self-harm, obsessive compulsive disorder, anxiety in different forms, personality disorders and some forms of addiction. Over the years, his passion for helping people has developed and brought him to this stage in his life, where he wants to help people through the vehicle of counselling. He is passionate about meeting people in their moment, at whatever stage they are in their lives and helping them to cope with the issues they are facing or work through them together .
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British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy
BACP is one of the UK’s largest professional bodies for counselling and psychotherapy. Therapists registered with the Association fall into a number of different membership categories such as Individual Member, Registered Member MBACP and Registered Member MBACP (Accred), each standing for different levels of training and experience. MBACP (Accred) and MBACP (Snr Accred) members have achieved a substantial level of training and experience approved by the Association.
Registered members can be found on the BACP Register, which was the first register to achieve Accredited Voluntary Register status issued by the Professional Standards Authority. Individual Members will have completed an appropriate counselling and/or psychotherapy course and started to practise, but will not appear on the BACP Register until they've progressed to Registered Member MBACP status.
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Areas of counselling we deal with
Assessment for individual sessions: £20
Fee for individual sessions: £30 per hour maximum.
Fee for couples/relationship counselling: £40
Reduced fee will be offered to those who are on lower incomes, unemployed, students or otherwise suffering financial hardship. More information available at assessment.