|From:||10 A Popes lane, Terrington St. Clement King's Lynn, Norfolk, United Kingdom (UK)|
|Type of session:||Via Skype, Secure Video Call, Secure Text Chat, In-Person|
|Specialty:||Abuse, Anger, Anxiety, Depression, Grief, Relationships, Self - Esteem, Stress|
|Target Age Group:||Adult, Me and my partner|
I am an experienced and professionally qualified therapeutic counsellor working in the King’s Lynn – West Norfolk area.
Providing counselling for just over 15 years, seeing clients privately for 11 years. I have helped with a range of issues offering both short term or long term counselling.
At the heart of almost all of my professional work has been the commitment to help others, working within the public sector (the prison service as a prison officer for 17 years ) and then within charitable organisations these include The Matthew Project West Norfolk, The One to One Project King’s Lynn and Dhiverse Cambridgeshire.
Training, qualifications & experience
Group Facilitation – The Institute of Group Analysis (IGA) London 2016 – 2017
Group Facilitator – Psychoeducational Group local mental health charity 2011- 2018
Professional Certificate of Proficiency (CoP ) 2010
Level 4 Post Grad Adv.Dip Therapeutic Counselling 2004 – 2006
Level 3 Counselling Studies 2006;
Level 3 Counselling Skills 2006;
Certificate in Bereavement 2006,
Leading Structured Groups 2006 (Group Facilitator HMP Service)
Level 2 Counselling Skills 2005; Level 2 Introduction to Counselling Skills
Prison officer within the Prison Service a, Group Facilitator and Staff care team support.
Drugs Support worker for the Matthew Project charity within Norfolk.
Support worker for DHIVERSE a Cambridge based sexual health charity
Life can feel so difficult as we try to navigate our way through all our concerns problems or worries. A conversation where we feel validated can really help you to feel less burdened and less alone. Eventually, our conversations together may create the space to consider circumstances and situations in other ways. Helping empower you to respond and think differently.
It can be helpful to think of counselling or therapy as layers. Sometimes it feels enough to explore the just the top layer of ourselves or, we may be curious to go a little deeper; this is always a personal choice and maybe not always known in the beginning.
Counselling can help to understand and make sense of situations and/or experience’s, why they keep happening to us or within our relationships. Knowing ourselves a little more can provide a deeper insight, and it’s this awareness and understanding can leave us feeling freer to embrace our future.