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Claire Crocker

Somerset

Is there something on your mind?... Are you feeling uncomfortable about something in your life? Maybe you would like to talk about it… There are many different reasons why you might want to come to therapy with me: You might: be feeling anxious or depressed have issues in your relationship or with your family be facing stressful life changes thinking through your sexuality and/or gender have difficulties with handling angry feelings have problems stemming from unhappiness in childhood, or other difficulties in the past have experienced trauma from abuse or violence, or being in a controlling relationship. One or more of these might be familiar to you. On the other hand, you might simply have a sense that there is something wrong in your life, but you’re not sure exactly what it is, and you’re looking for someone to work with you and support you as you begin to explore this. Please contact me on 07521 609038 or email me if you have any questions, or to arrange an initial appointment. I really look forward to hearing from you. REVIEWS Therapy is a unique and confidential process between each individual client and their therapist. I abide by the ethical standards of my professional body, the UK Council for Psychotherapy, and my training body, the Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling, and therefore do not ask for, nor publish reviews from my clients.

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What do you love most about your job?

Over the years I have been honoured to work in depth with clients facing a wide variety of challenging issues. I thoroughly respect and admire my clients’ courage and willingness to share their difficult feelings with me.

What inspired you to start your own business?

After a degree in literature, I took a Master’s degree specialising in equalities issues. This gave me an appreciation of the great variety and complexity of the challenges different people face. My studies naturally led to an early career in organisations dedicated to improving the lives of people at work.

More recently I have been a family support worker at a centre which works with families and people facing complex problems including domestic abuse and poor mental health.

I am now in the final stage of a lengthy and thorough professional qualification in psychotherapy through BCPC. My private psychotherapy practice is a natural extension of my work to date.

Why should our clients choose you?

Difference

Sometimes we can be aware of differences between ourselves and other people which can make us feel uncomfortable and make communication feel difficult. For me exploring these kinds of differences and how we experience them can be an important part of therapy.

I warmly welcome working with clients of all kinds of different backgrounds, wherever you might see yourself to be on the spectrum of sexuality, gender identity, class, racial or cultural background and heritage, and ability/disability.

Individuality

For me psychotherapy is about supporting each client as an individual, with their own unique circumstances and experience, hopes and fears. It is not about applying a set of categories, diagnoses or abstract principles in a generalised way.

Listening

For me good listening is based upon mutual trust, patience, acceptance, empathy and tolerance. Silence also has a place - sometimes it speaks as loud as words. Our relationship is not a relationship between ‘expert’ and ‘patient’, but between two people working together.

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