MBACP Registered Counsellor EFT Practitioner
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Hi I am Sharon, I am a racially diverse counsellor trained in person-centred counselling, and have worked as such for 15 years. I have largely specialised in rape, sexual violence, and domestic abuse.
I am an expert by experience in trauma associated with race in the work place and the impact this has on the individual. Going through disciplinary processes, whistle-blowing and raising grievances as a person of colour has a different impact than for our white colleagues. I can support you, keep you grounded, provide a safe space.
I am also trained in EFT (emotional freedom techniques) often referred to as the tapping technique, which direct clients to tap on meridian points directed by the Counsellor. The meridian points link to negative thinking patterns and helps to dissipate difficult and upsetting memories.
The technique can be used in conjunction with counselling to explore feelings that rise to the surface, and tapping can be a speedy way to get to the core of emotional and physical issues that you are struggling with. EFT is known to be effective to resolve stress, anxiety, PTSD, and further evidence and research relating to this technique can be found at EFT International.
Training, qualifications & experience
MBACP Registered Counsellor, specialising in rape and sexual violence, domestic abuse, with over 15 years experience in this field.
An expert by experience around trauma associated with race, and going through workplace disciplinary and tribunal processes.
British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP)
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Accredited register membership
Accredited Register Scheme
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Areas of counselling I deal with
£45.00 per session
£45 per session all carried out via:
Teams or Telephone
When I work
I have availability most evenings, these can be discussed as part of the assessment process as I am flexible to accommodate the client.
Distance is no object as my sessions are all via video link or telephone.