Keysteps12Certificate of Excellence 2019
Crouch End, Greater London, LondonElite Pro (21 Reviews)
Do you feel as if you have lost control? Is a family member worried about you? Are you struggling to discover what the problem is, or you at a stage in your life when you are ready to look at issues that have been around for longer than you can remember?
Keysteps12 has a passion for helping clients move from painful places to positions of empowerment. Our practitioners are qualified in substance misuse, conflict resolution, counselling, and group work, and have supported clients to gain freedom from:
Drugs and alcohol
Health and well-being
Our service is tailored to suit the individual, or group, and through regular sessions, at our practices in Harley Street and Crouch End, pain and distress can be alleviated, problems and difficulties can be broken through and change and positive progress can be achieved through warmth and understanding.
One-to-one sessions can also take place over the phone or through Skype, meaning location is not an obstacle in receiving this quality service.
Effective counselling and addiction counselling is not about giving advice it is about reducing confusion, making choices, reaching decisions and acting upon them accordingly in a time frame that you are comfortable with.
Keysteps12 founder, Michael Imonroe, is a member of the National Council of Psychotherapists and Member of Federation of Drug and Alcohol professionals.
For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07908 230 088.
What do you love most about your job?
My passion stems from enabling individuals to make informed decisions and healthier life choices.
What inspired you to start your own business?
I had a very difficult childhood and experienced extreme trauma, neglect and negative habits.
As I grew older my childhood experiences played out in my adulthood and I developed low moods, a lack of self worth and indulged in negative habits.
I then went into rehab and underwent therapy which changed my life.
I then decided I wanted to help people in the same way and make a difference in people's lives.
I was once hopeless and thought there was no way out but today I know that is not true.
Why should our clients choose you?
People should choose me and my practice Key Steps 12 because I am not only an experienced practitioner, I have actually been through the issues many clients have experienced and come out the other side.
I put myself into clients shoes and listen with empathy and understanding in order to help you deal with any negative thoughts and feelings you may be experiencing. But I also help clients move on from positions they don't want to be to a more positive space in a time frame that is comfortable to them.
I am passionate about empowering clients and utilise Cognitive behavioural therapy, a person-centred approach, and motivational interviewing therapy to achieve this aim.
I also use natural organic remedies that can support and enhance treatment.
Institute Group Analysis ( Tavistock)
Advanced group analysis
Understand and critically evaluate a range of key group analytic concepts Compare and contrast the group analytic approach with other group approaches such as Bion's 'Tavistock Model' and Yalom Understand the processes of group development Understand a range of methods of evaluating groupwork efficacy Understand group process and dynamics from an experiential perspective Apply key group analytic concepts to a range of contexts Use reflective skills to understand parallel processes Understand the process of group supervision
Counselling and conflict resolution Diploma
counselling and psychotherapy theory and skills training, teachings on Gestalt, TA, Person-Centred therapy, CBT, NLP, existential therapy, transpersonal therapy, psychodynamic therapy.
Diploma in Addiction
Defining and categorising addictions • Who is at risk of developing addictions? • The stages of an addiction • The effects of an addiction • Consequences for the family • The Preoccupation and Impact Scale • Treatment options • The role of counselling in recovery from addictions • Examining the core counsellor qualities • Practicing counselling microskills • Developing effective listening skills
Thames Valley University
Training the trainer/ Coaching
Modules includes Learning Context, Learning Needs Analysis, Designing and Managing Training, Helping People to Learn and Feedback, Assessment and Evaluation.
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