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Emma smith counselling

Emma smith counselling

About me Welcome to my profile, I am a fully qualified Integrative Counselling Therapist. My approach to counselling is a very open one; I tailor the work with what my clients need at the time. Counselling is an opportunity for personal growth and self-development. My approach emphasises developing self-awareness within a safe, supportive environment to help you discover the path in life that is best for you. I work on both a short term and long-term basis with adults only. My aim is to provide you with a relationship built upon trust, openness and honesty, where you can feel accepted without judgement. A counsellor will not give advice or offer the answers to your problems but will remain alongside you and help you find your own way forward. Working from a Humanistic approach, we will focus upon what is happening for you in the present; however, past and previous relationships clearly affect our present so these are explored as they arise. I take the lead from my client and work at their pace and challenge when appropriate to facilitate different/new perspectives and to help increase self-awareness. I know taking the first steps to seeking therapy is not always an easy decision, but I hope to make this process as comfortable as I can for you. Along with my private practice I also assist at local hospices and Cruse working with Bereavement & Loss and charity work in Domestic Abuse. If you choose to contact me, we will first arrange for a free telephone consultation, this gives you the opportunity to tell me what you are seeking counselling for and you can ask any questions that may be on your mind. If you decide to go ahead with therapy we can arrange an initial assessment session. What to expect in your first session. The purpose of the first session is to meet each other and decide whether we can work together. Attending the first session does not mean you have to commit to therapeutic a contract with me. I see my first meeting with a new client as an assessment session. I normally ask a number of questions to gain a good understanding of what brings you to counselling and identify your therapeutic needs. This is important so we can identify together how therapy can be useful to you. Additionally, in the first session, I explain how I work (for example confidentiality, cancellations, holidays, fees) and what you can expected from me. The first session is also a good opportunity for you to ask any questions about my role, experience and training as a Psychotherapeutic Counsellor as well as Counselling/Therapy in general. I work in Bury St Edmunds & Sudbury. Training, qualifications & experience AAMET Accredited Certified EFT Practitioner Diploma in Integrative Counselling Diploma in Emotional Intelligence NLP Practice Diploma in Mindfulness Based CBT Diploma in Life Coaching Diploma Child Psychology Access to Higher Education Diploma in Counselling Enhanced DBS Level 2 in Awareness in Bereavement care, the foundation course through Cruse Bereavement Care Certificate of Achievement in an introduction to Safeguarding Children Certificate of Achievement in Safeguarding Children Certificate of Achievement in Safeguarding Children with Disabilities. Courses Understanding ME, CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME & FIBROMYALGIA. How to work with Eating Disorders, Understanding Traumatic Bereavement. Practical Skills in Gestalt, Practical Skills in working with Trauma, Patrick Casement "Knowing and not knowing in the consulting room." Introduction to Mindfulness. Understanding and skills in working with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID), Working with the Inner Child 1: Discovery, Working with the Inner Child 2: Skills, Co-dependency: the need to take care, Conflict Resolution, Mindfulness Practitioner Day Retreat, Working creatively in the counselling room, Foundations of Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy (Windy Dryden and Nicola Martin), Existential Freedom. How to be real and find meaning (Emmy Van Deurzen), Working with Trauma (Child and Adult survivors of complex trauma, sexual violence and domestic abuse) – Christine Sanderson. CPD by COSRT: College of Sex and Relationship Therapists: The Fundamentals of working with Couples. Lottie Passel-Syms. Personal insights into attachment theory with Sir Richard Bowlby. I am committed to my own continued professional development and regularly attend further training to enhance my practice. I am a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and adhere to their guidelines for ethical practice, which ensures client wellbeing and safety. I attend regular supervisory support for my client work and I have been awarded the BACP certificate of Proficiency.

Malcolm Couldridge

Malcolm Couldridge

I am a qualified, experienced and registered psychotherapist and counsellor based in Harpenden, Hertfordshire. I offer face to face, telephone and Skype support on a one-to-one basis. I provide short-term counselling support (e.g., employee assistance) as well as open-ended support for individuals who help in resolving a range of problems and issues (relationships, work, life changes, bereavement and loss, addiction, depression, anxiety, trauma, family problems, low self-confidence and self-esteem, abuse, bullying, troubling childhood memories, etc). I also provide employee mediation support for companies and individuals and a range of training programmes in social care and personal growth/development. I offer an initial assessment for counselling and/or psychotherapy so that you and I can decide whether the service I offer is right for you. I am available Monday to Friday, daytimes and evenings.

Change for Good

Change for Good

Providing Psychotherapy and Counselling to meet a range of needs related to improving emotional wellbeing and quality of life e.g. traumatic experiences, relationship difficulties, addictions etc.

Psychotherapy London E17

Psychotherapy London E17

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Dynamo psychotherapy.

Dynamo psychotherapy.

I offer private and confidential psychotherapy and counselling. I treat depression and anxiety and I work with all ages.

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Example Psychotherapy Barks

What are your therapy needs?

Managing anxiety or stress, Dealing with depression, Improving my life

Do you have a preference for the therapist's gender?

No preference

Which day(s) are you available to see a therapist?

Any

What time(s) are you available to see your therapist?

Evening (after 6pm)

Which type(s) of therapy would you consider?

Face to Face

Any additional details?

Liverpool Street would also be ideal location

Noor

What are your therapy needs?

Managing anxiety or stress, Resolving specific fear or phobia, Dealing with depression

Do you have a preference for the therapist's gender?

Male

Which day(s) are you available to see a therapist?

Wednesday

What time(s) are you available to see your therapist?

Early afternoon (noon-3pm), Late afternoon (3-6pm)

Which type(s) of therapy would you consider?

Online therapy e.g. web chat, Skype, Phone therapy

Any additional details?

I had acute anxiety & depression in my 20s, & have had long periods of being well, my meds help a lot, it's recently that some of the sympto...

Veronica

What are your therapy needs?

Managing anxiety or stress, Dealing with depression

Do you have a preference for the therapist's gender?

Female

Which day(s) are you available to see a therapist?

Monday, Thursday, Saturday

What time(s) are you available to see your therapist?

Morning (9am-noon)

Which type(s) of therapy would you consider?

Face to Face

What type of health plan are you (or your family) covered by?

None

Is this a covered service?

I don't know

Any additional details?

None

Lara
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