My working background is within the Military where I have worked in the Royal Air Force for 15 years. I became interested in this field after completing A levels along with the Trauma work undertaken in the RAF.
The way I will work with you is, by offering a confidential place to express any problems or difficulties you may be facing at this current stage in your life and together we can look at how to recover from this and resolve these issues.
I am a naturally caring person and I will provide non-judgmental assistance to you. I am committed to delivering client-centred support that empowers you and enables you to make informed decisions.
My way of working is integrative, where I may use tools and techniques from other modalities alongside the Person-Centred approach.
I became interested in counselling in 2009 after achieving A levels in Psychology and Sociology.
I completed all of my counselling training in Swindon and achieved the Therapeutic Counselling Diploma.
I also undertook Cruse Bereavement training and achieved a certificate in Bereavement and Loss
Below are the qualifications and awarding bodies.
Level 2 ABC - Bereavement and Loss
Level 2 CPCAB – Counselling Studies
Level 3 CPCAB – Counselling Skills
Level 4 CPCAB – Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling
Level 5 CPCAB - Diploma in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
Level 7 ICS - PGDiP Trauma & PTSD / CPTSD (still in training)
I have experience with working in a school setting where I supported children ranging from ages 11-16 who were facing issues ranging from exam stress to anxiety and self-harming.
I also work for Cruse Bereavement where I support people through the loss of their loved ones and I aim to understand what they are going through by offering relational support.
I have worked with clients who have experienced relationship breakdowns, financial worries, work stress, bullying & harassment, anxiety and other difficulties that life may throw at us.
I adhere to the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapist (BACP) ethical guidelines as well as the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP).
I am committed to working ethically, safely and confidentially with all of my clients.