Belper Counselling and Wellbeing
My Name is Emma and I am based in Belper Derbyshire. I am an Integrative Counsellor which offers an approach that focuses on your needs throughout, adapting the therapy to your individual requirements and presenting problems at that time. At the start of your journey, a more Person-Centred Approach may be needed. Further down the road, other counselling modes may be appropriate such as CBT to facilitate your recovery, support and wellbeing. The number of sessions required is individual and varies from client to client. I can offer home visits, Skype and telephone sessions to all my clients.
Areas I offer counselling are:
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS/M.E)
Grief and Loss
Personal growth & development
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Belper Counselling and Wellbeing
66 Mill St, Belper DE56 1DU, UK
How important is a healthy diet to someone’s health and wellbeing?
Our overall physical and emotional wellbeing are influenced by many factors, including our diet and lifestyle. Within my practice, I utilise naturopathic techniques to help individuals look at how their diet, current medication, and lifestyle is impacting their lives right now. Looking at and implementing natural changes to diet and lifestyle can profoundly and positively impact the way in which my clients can improve their emotional and physical health. Each hourly session involves integrating dietary advice, support, planning, and assessment.
What do you love most about your job?
I have a passion for counselling and helping others achieve empowerment, growth, and well-being. I love the journey that i take with each client, helping them to nurture and grow as well as seeing them overcome hurdles they thought they never could.
What inspired you to start your own business?
Belper Counselling and Wellbeing was created to enable those seeking support could access a compassionate and professional service knowing their best interests are at heart. I offer services that enable all-around support from counselling and mindfulness to naturopathic dietary support.
Working in private practice enables me to reach as many people as I can, including offering home visits, Skype, and telephone sessions. For me, our emotional and physical health is so important and support should be accessible to all.
Why should our clients choose you?
I have, in my own journey known the powerful value of counselling. This creates such a drive for my passion to support others. I volunteer for a number of organisations working with domestic violence, sexual abuse, trauma, and bereavement. I integrate many modes of counselling to ensure my clients are receiving the most appropriate type of support and therapeutic tools for them.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy - CBT
CBT is a talking therapy that helps you to understand your thoughts, feelings and behaviours, how these interlink, affect each other and the impact they can have upon your life. CBT facilitates an empowering experience as people become more aware and feel more in control. Typically around 10 sessions are required, although more may be needed dependant on the circumstances of the individual. CBT is shown to be effective in the treatment of many areas such as: Addiction Anxiety Depression Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Panic Disorder Eating Disorders Phobias Sleep Problems Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS/M.E)
Person-centred therapy (Talking Therapy)- is a humanistic approach that deals with the ways in which individuals perceive themselves consciously. Facilitating a space in which individuals can explore their feelings, thoughts, and worries.
Compassion Focused Therapy -CFT
Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT) - A type of CBT that focuses on self- compassion for those suffering from high self-critical thoughts and shame. Using tools such as compassionate mind training.
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT)
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) - Designed to help those who experience persistent bouts of depression, it helps people to live and experience things with a more present mind. Mindfulness is a powerful tool in helping those with Stress, depression and PTSD.
Bereavement counselling helps you to be able to access support in your time of grief. It can help both in recent or historic losses by facilitating emotional, cognitive and behavioural aspects of grief that are impacting your life. Grief is a journey and bereavement counselling can help to give you the tools you need to carry onward on your journey both emotionally and practically in your life, with support and space to grieve.
Our overall physical and emotional wellbeing are influenced by many factors, including our diet and lifestyle. Within my practice, I utilise naturopathic techniques to help individuals look at how their diet, current medication, and lifestyle is impacting their lives right now. Looking at and implementing natural changes to diet and lifestyle can profoundly and positively impact the way in which my clients can improve their emotional and physical health. Each hourly session involves integrating dietary advice, support, planning and assessment.
Volunteer Counsellor and Mindfulness practitioner
The Elm Foundation
Currently works here.
Working with survivors and victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse, I provide 20 sessions of counselling for service users within this organisation. I also provide a 6 weeks mindfulness course for service users who wish to learn about and begin to practice mindfulness.
Cruse Bereavement care
Currently works here.
From 2009 to 2016.
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