My name is Kat Marlow (pronouns her / she). I am a psychotherapist, coach and clinical supervisor.
I offer counselling supervision online, face to face and by telephone and can work with individuals working in agency or charity settings, in private practice or who are still on their counselling training journey. If you're looking for someone whose practice can support an Integrative and trauma informed approach, where the latest understanding of counselling theory and neuroscientific research is important, and with experience of working with both long- and short-term clients, then we can work together!
I have 2 decades of coaching experience in both a corporate and personal environment and have 4 years’ experience helping people deal with emotional distress and thoughts of suicide through voluntary work with the Samaritans. I currently work with local charitable organizations providing therapy to female survivors of childhood sexual abuse and those who have experienced bullying in a variety of circumstances (work, school, relationships).
Additionally, I have a strong background in the creation, provision and delivery of training material in both corporate and mental health settings, including with Samaritans (to Network rail and in-branch) and the Department of Work and Pensions, and now provide tailored mental health and wellbeing packages to a variety of clients. I am an enthusiastic educator, mentor and coach, bringing a wealth of diverse experiences to my psychotherapy and supervisory practices.
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