Ruth Barnett

“For nearly 25 years, I have been counselling and teaching counselling using the the person-centred approach with its values of empathy, being non-judgemental and having unconditional positive regard…”

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Peter Frewer

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

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Carol Harmston-Dean

“Since 2007, Carol has been a self-employed counsellor working from home. Her clients have included children, adolescents, adults, couples and families covering a range of issues including: abuse, anger management, anxiety and depression, bereavement, grief and loss, low self-esteem, relationships, self-harm, sexuality and stress. Private practice work has included 1-2-1 counselling both face-to-face and over the telephone…”

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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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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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