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I am a fully qualified counselor. I offer a safe space to talk and allow each client to be themselves and accept them for who they are. I listen to each client and explore with them what they are experiencing. Through exploration, each client can understand themselves more.



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Working with people. I have always loved working with people. Prior to becoming a counsellor, I worked in HR in a manufacturing environment. As production and the business changed, the direction of my role also changed so I decided to start a new chapter in working with people, but a different approach.

Following a loss prior to becoming a counsellor, my perspective of life changed. I wanted to be involved in something more meaningful. I completed a basic evening course introducing me to counselling and progressed to a part time counselling skills course. I then decided to swap full time employment to becoming a full-time student and complete my degree in counselling.

Following completion of my degree, I decided to split my time equally between the different parts of my work. In addition to my private work, I have two years experience of providing counselling support to anyone impacted by cancer. I currently provide a free counselling service for a local charity who's aim is to support anyone affected by cancer in the Coventry and Warwickshire area.

I would describe myself as honest and reliable. I have a useful background of working within a HR capacity in a corporate environment so have a good business understanding but have my own personal experience of the pressures and stresses that management and organisations expect of employees. I have also worked in charity settings so have an appreciation of workplaces or settings which are reliant on funding and faced cutbacks.

In addition to my business understanding, I have experience of working with different, diverse clients. I worked with people affected by mental illness when volunteering as a counsellor for the mental health charity Mind. My clients presenting issues were mainly stress and depression, but some client work included those impacted by Bipolar and PTSD. In addition, I joined the volunteering counselling team at a local hospice, my clients were relatives of those who had died from cancer. This introduced me to working with loss and bereavement.