My aim is to provide you with a welcoming, safe and supportive environment where you can discuss your clinical work, explore your continuing professional development needs and if appropriate, gain support in building and maintaining a thriving counselling private practice.
I qualified as a counsellor in 2008 and have run a successful private practice ever since. I received accredited status with the BACP in 2015. As well as working in private practice, I have counselled in GP practices, and provided counselling for health insurance companies and for local businesses.
In addition to being a counsellor, I'm also a qualified hypnotherapist and integrate this into my counselling practice. I'm a published author, having co-written the book 'The Art of Solution Focused Hypnotherapy: A Collection of Case Studies' with colleagues, and I'm also published in a peer-reviewed scholarly journal. In 2021, I obtained a First Class Honours Degree in Professional Development in Mental Health. I am also a visiting lecturer on the Foundation in Solution Focused Therapy course run by Livewell Southwest and University of Plymouth.
£60 per hour.
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