Sean Farrant Dip. Couns MBACP

Sean Farrant  Dip. Couns MBACP


07980 232340

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About me

Sean Farrant  Dip Couns MBACP


Are you feeling down, sad, depressed or even angry?

Would you like to feel better about yourself, have more confidence and generally enjoy life?

Read on and see how I can help.

I offer counselling and support with issues related to: Anger, sexual abuse, sexuality, self-confidence, stress, depression, fears, phobias, work related issues, bereavement, relationship difficulties, divorce and separation. I have experience working with disadvantaged families in an agency setting and specific experience counselling emotional, sexual and physical abuse (both historical and present). Additionally, I provide counselling specifically for the L.G.B.T community having worked in various agencies who provide counsellors who are trained to work in this area. I welcome self-referrals from those who wish to explore issues in counselling.

Supervision: I receive regular supervision from a B.A.C.P accredited supervisor. Supervision ensures I work legally, safely and ethically.
I am a registered member of the BACP, British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy. I am bound by the BACP’s ethical framework for good practice.

Training, qualifications & experience

         Diploma In Therapeutic Counseling (humanistic route)

         Counseling Studies 

         Counseling Skills Certificate 

         Psychology & Personality   

         Counseling Concepts & Theories

         Psychology & Self Development

Way of working: My training was in Gestalt, Psychosynthesis and Person Centred which are Humanistic approaches to counselling. I integrate each approach from a Person Centred base. As a Humanistic Counsellor I work in a way that aims builds trust and genuiness within the therapeutic relationship. Without a solid trusting and safe working relationship then therapeutic change cannot take place. I offer the core conditions of congruence, empathy and unconditional positive regard. Working in a non-judgemental way, I believe that each person has the ability to reach their own full potential and through counselling I aim to foster the right environment to help your development.:

I have experience as a tutor, teaching level 2 and 3 skills on CPCAB recognised counselling courses. I teach students how to develop their skills in listening and understanding clients, and most importantly, how to build a trusting, safe counselling relationship. I encourage learners to develop their knowledge of counselling theory through its application in practice. What do I mean by theory? Well for me, it is about understanding how people are in their world, for example: Do you behave in ways that please others and not yourself (internal & external locus of evaluation) or do you do things because other people have set conditions “I will only love you if………” (Conditions of worth) do you lack motivation? Few goals, dreams or aspirations (self-actualisation tendency)? How do you see yourself in the world? Who do you want to be? Who you are? (Self-worth) this is just a small piece of theory taken from a person centred approach to counselling inspired by its founding father, Carl Rogers. Counselling Theory in practice can help to enhance the relationship between not only counsellor and client but between student and tutor. I believe that it is not just a way of working but who I am, therefore I aspire to the embodiment of the approach. I am a person who has a genuine, empathic and non-judgmental personality wanting to offer my support and help to those who need it.

Research interest: I continue each year with CPD (Continuous Professional Development), by enrolling on counselling related workshops throughout the year which assists me with my knowledge. I experience a continuous learning experience and remain open to different approaches, styles and theories in counselling. Through this I aim to provide the best service I can as a counsellor.

Member organisations


Accredited register membership

Other areas of counselling I deal with

I offer counselling for L.G.B.T Lesbian, gay, bi-seaxual and transgender


£45.00 day time. 9am - 5.00pm

£55.00 evenings 5.00pm - 8.00pm

Each session last for one hour.

Maps & Directions

Rochester, ME1

Type of session

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

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: None


Wheelchair access: No


Please contact me for availability. I offer days and evenings for counselling, working out what is best for both counsellor and client. Sunday CLOSED

Types of client

Young people
Older adults