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I am a qualified and fully insured Integrative Counsellor.  I am based in the Salisbury area and I am registered with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP Reg. No 393383).  I adhere to the BACP Ethical Framework for Good Practice.

I qualified as a Registered Nurse in 1993 and have worked in the NHS in various roles ever since, before studying for a Foundation Degree in Integrative Counselling. 

 

I have 4 children, 2 of whom are autistic and so I understand the joys, as well as the challenges, of autism.  I have a special interest in supporting carers of autistic children. 

As well as working in private practice, I volunteer for a Dorset based charity supporting victims of sexual trauma. 

 

In addition, I volunteer at a local Hospice, supporting clients with terminal illness, and their relatives.

I suffered with chronic pain for a number of years, and during this time I became very interested in the brain-body connection, and how we can use our bodies to send messages of calm to the brain.  I understand the difficulties chronic pain and chronic illness can cause in everyday life, and the strain it can put on relationships.  There is hope to be found in various coping strategies.  As such, I have a special interest in supporting clients who are struggling with chronic illness and pain.

Main qualifications:

  • Foundation Degree in Integrative Counselling - University of Worcester and Iron Mill College, Exeter

  • Certificate in Psychodynamic Skills and Attitudes - Wessex Counselling and Psychotherapy, Frome, Somerset.

Additional Training:

  • Online and Telephone Counselling

  • Bereavement and Loss

  • Sexual Trauma

  • Neglect and Relational Trauma

  • Theory and practical techniques for including the body in trauma therapy

  • Autism

  • Registered Nurse Training (1993)

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