Suzanne Whiteman (DipHE, Bacp, Acc, Astac, Cpcab)

Suzanne Whiteman (DipHE, Bacp, Acc, Astac, Cpcab)

Hook
Hants
RG29

07786 274573, 07763 449141 / 07712 522681

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Hook
Hants
RG29

07786 274573, 07763 449141 / 07712 522681

About me

Working with all ages

Offering a range of approaches depending on your needs and what you discover to be most helpful throughout the time we spend together.

I have worked a lot with parents that have been separated from their children and have experience of working with children that have been separated from their parents and also reunited families.

I am knowledgeable in substance misuse and the complex way that this can become a part of people’s lives and have experience of the effects that this can have on individuals and their families.

My own understanding of recovery, be it emotional or otherwise, is that when space is created for someone to be able to feel heard and they will come to a place of self-understanding and discovery and will find a way forward for themselves.

I hope to inspire client autonomy in sessions and assist you with your options and choices.
I am trained in Secular and Christian counselling, and have experience with Mental health, Emotional conflict, physical illness and dealing with compulsive behaviors and sex addiction.

I have a personal interest in complex family dynamics and the unseen relationships that can occur and influence behaviour.

Training, qualifications & experience

Diploma of higher education-Counselling. (Level 5) 2014-2017. (BA Hons, course, continuing in Sept 2018) Waverley abbey college. (University of Roehampton Awards and progression board)

Related training:

Bereavement Care Awareness. Care for the family. Sat 17th March 2018.

ACC "Working with Domestic abuse". 2016.

Hampshire constabulary, North East Hants Domestic abuse forum: Honour based violence, Forced marriage, Female genital mutilation, Witchcraft awareness. 5th Oct 2017.Thames valley initiative: Working with personality disorder KUF awareness level. 2016.

SAdAS/Catalyst: Working with substances in counselling, Working with mental health in counselling, Working with friends and families in counselling. Feb/March 2014.

Level 5 DipHE (Current study) The therapy institute S.Palin. Sex addiction. 2017-2018.

Member organisations

BACP

Areas of counselling I deal with

Other areas of counselling I deal with


I have worked a lot with parents that have been separated from their children and have experience of working with children that have been separated from their parents and also reunited families.


I have knowledge of substance misuse and the complex way that this can become a part of people’s lives and am experienced with the effects that this can have on individuals and their families.

I have been trained in Secular and Christian counselling and have experience with addiction recovery, Mental health issues, emotional conflict, physical illness and dealing with compulsive behaviours and sex addiction.

Fees

Please feel free to make contact without obligation, to ask any questions you may have, or if you wish to book an initial appointment.

(50 minute sessions) £50 per session.

Prices negotiable for student counsellors.

Further information

I am currently training as a Genesis process counsellor: Read more here:

https://www.genesisprocess.org/

Have a look at my website for more info:

https://suzannewhiteman.wixsite.com/website

Linked In profile:

www.linkedin.com/in/suzanne-kim-whiteman-30a0297b

Facebook Profile:

@Synergiccounselling

Definition

When something is Synergistic, it means various parts are working together to produce an inhanced result. If youve just heard a Synergistic symphony, the musicians must have played very well together.

(https://www.vocabulary.com)

Relevance,

I have experienced this with counselling, That in the right environment change can happen and peace can be found. Whatever has happened in your life that has caused you to seek support. I admire your strength.The fact that you are looking means that you are already aware that there has to be a different way through this.

Maps & Directions

Hook, RG29

Type of session

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

Practical details

Sign language: No
Other languages: No

Accessibility

Wheelchair access: Yes

I have rooms locally, please see below, https://www.hartvolaction.org.uk/services-for-residents/the-annexe-counselling-rooms-odiham/

Availability

Current availability Wednesdays 7 pm onwards, Friday Evenings and Weekends. Telephone counselling available from 9 pm onwards.

Types of client

Children
Young people
Adults
Older adults
Couples
Families
Groups
Organisations
Employee Assistance Programme
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