Hayley Baron

“Hayley is a fully qualified counsellor who works with her clients Humanistically, while employing a variety of other techniques, to tailor the work towards the client’s individual needs…”

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James Bickerdike

“James is a qualified counsellor, who completed a BACP accredited degree in Theology and Counselling, and as such holds the BACP code of ethical practice in mind in all the work he does. 

He works in a Person Centred method, whilst drawing on elements of CBT, Gestalt and Psychodynamic Theories to best help each individual client.  He strongly believes that he is there to help and the only expert in the room is the client themselves….”

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Peter Frewer

“Peter uses an humanistic approach to his counselling, which incorporates person centred, Gestalt, existentialism and the psychosynthesis approach. He has also studied counselling for children & young people, working with adult survivors of sexual abuse in childhood…”

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Tim McCreadie

“Tim uses an Integrative approach, which combines the three main traditional models of counselling to provide a safe, non judgemental and confidential space for the client to explore any issues they may be experiencing.  Identifying and drawing upon resources that sometimes you do not realise that you possess during those times when life seems to have more faith in your ability to cope than you have in yourself…”

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Sally-Jane Papworth

“In 2010 Sally-Jane qualified to work as a Registered Counsellor, she follows the Psychodynamic approach, integrating other approaches as and when she believes useful….”

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Lauren Speller

“Lauren is a fully qualified counsellor who works with her clients using an integrative counselling approach. Her approach centres around working Humanistically which ensures the client and counsellor build a safe and trusting relationship, and focus on the clients self-development and personal growth. However she also uses a number of different approaches and techniques tailored to suit each client’s individual needs…”

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Mark Welsh

“I really value the importance of building a trusting relationship in a safe environment in which clients feel free to explore their issues, experiences and feelings. Every client is different and so I tend to work integratively adapting to the unique needs of each client…”

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Brian White

“Brian is an integrative counsellor who is trained in a number of approaches including humanistic, cognitive behavioural and psychodynamic therapy. He aims to employ any technique that helps the client grow in a warm, safe and non-judgemental environment…”

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Barbara Wibbelmann

“Since qualifying as a counsellor, Barbara has worked short-term with homeless clients and long-term with clients with mental health problems.

She mainly works according to the person-centred model which means that she aims to relate to her clients rather than diagnosing them or interpreting their experiences. It is her belief that every person has within themselves a deep reservoir of resources to deal effectively with life’s challenges and can find their own inner truth when it comes to decision-making and dialoguing with others.”

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