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Summer Therapy

‘20 Certificate of Excellence

I provide counselling for depression, anxiety and stress. Bereavement and loss. And coaching for anyone who wants to make lifestyle changes, gain focus and motivation and explore what's next on life's journey. I work holistically using traditional counselling methods as well as meditation, mindfulness and creative visualisation. I have also worked with Relate for 10 years as a Relationship Therapist and Clinical Supervisor. Supporting couples, both together and separately, to help them through all relationship difficulties. During this time I have worked for the NHS for 6 years as a Mental Health Practitioner supporting people to find coping strategies and to full recovery. I have been working privately now for 7 years.

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What do you love most about your job?

I love providing a confidential space where my clients - sometimes for the first time ever - feel listened too and understood. Where they can freely express themselves and find confidence to talk about difficult issues and find resolution through conversation. I love seeing people grow and develop. Helping them find new coping skills, and make changes that they have previously thought were impossible.

What inspired you to start your own business?

My own marriage went through difficult times and eventually ended very amicably thanks to the relationship counselling we had which helped us put our differences in perspective and maintain a very healthy co-parenting relationship by putting our children's needs before our own. I wanted to provide this service for others so trained and qualified as a relationship therapist to support people before, during and after divorce.

Why should our clients choose you?

One of the concerns I had after I had had a period of counselling was that, although I had developed a good understanding of why I felt the way I did and did what I did I hadn't really been given the tools to move my life forward beyond the divorce. It is really important to me that my clients gain insight and knowledge of how they came to be where they are right now but also have the opportunity to explore what's next and how to get there so I also trained as a life coach. Coaching is a great way to make changes when the counselling has been successful and the client is ready for a fresh start. Sometimes counselling is enough on its own as is coaching, but the two combined make for a very holistic experience.

Can you provide your services online or remotely? If so, please add details.

I work on Zoom, Facetime or Whatsapp video. Although physically not in the same place I have not found any difference or difficulty in being able to build raport with clients and create a strong therapeutic relationship.
Working remotely also gives the advantage of seeing couples at the same time when they are physically in different places!

What changes have you made to keep your customers safe from Covid-19?

I don’t see face to face clients. Working remotely works just as well as being in the same room.

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