I hold a Diploma in Humanistic Integrative Counselling (Wealden Institute, BACP accredited).
My further training includes:
– Transactional analysis
– Trauma and recovery
– Attachment disorder and trauma
– Stress management
– Drug, alcohol and addictions awareness
– Working with concerned relatives affected by drug/alcohol use
– Patient and Families Support training at St Catherine’s Hospice
– Using sand tray in counselling.
As well as my private practice, I offer counselling to students at a local college. Previous experience includes: working for Pavilions Drugs and Alcohol Service in their Families and Carers Team; counselling the bereaved and those anticipating bereavement at St Catherine’s Hospice in Crawley; as a listening volunteer for the Samaritans.
I have experience of working with people on a variety of issues, including:
– anxiety and panic
– bereavement and loss
– dealing with a terminal diagnosis
– coping with change or uncertainty
– confidence and self-esteem difficulties
– work-place problems
I am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and I follow their Ethical Framework to ensure that I work safely and professionally. This means that I have regular professional supervision, I’m fully insured and I am also registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office and comply with their guidance on data protection.