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Posts Tagged ‘Integrative Therapy’

Ruth Huntingdon

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Person Centred Counselling
Integrative Therapy

Hello, my name is Ruth and I will offer you a safe and confidential space to share your thoughts and feelings. Working together, we will find a way through the problems you’re currently facing and build resilience to tackle life’s future challenges.

If you’re thinking about counselling, it’s likely that you’re feeling unhappy, stressed, anxious or depressed. Maybe you’re even feeling overwhelmed or burnt out. You might be hanging on to difficult experiences from the past or maybe you’re struggling with making the changes you want for the future. Counselling can offer you an opportunity to explore your feelings and find a way through to increased self-awareness and a more fulfilled life.

I bring to my practice a calm and genuine warmth and will listen to your feelings in a non-judgemental way. I’ll respond to your needs with compassion, respect and empathy, and will use a holistic approach to help you work through your problem to better understand yourself.

I have 7 years’ experience working in the NHS, providing holistic support to patients, families and NHS staff and over 3 years working as a counsellor with Macmillan Cancer Support.

Training and Experience
• Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling (BACP Accredited)
• BSc (Hons) Psychology
• PG Certificate Nutrition

I have additional training and experience in the areas of in anxiety, depression, relationships, menopause, trauma, cancer and bereavement.

I work with individual adults and offer face-to-face, online and telephone counselling. Sessions are charged at £50, with a limited number of half price £25 sessions available to students or those with low income.

If you have any questions or would like to arrange a free, no obligation 20-minute telephone session where we can discuss how we can work together, please get in touch. Thank you.

Laura Dixon

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I am a fully qualified psychotherapeutic counsellor and coach, with a passion for working with people in a supportive and life enhancing capacity.

I can offer therapeutic support for a variety of issues that you may be experiencing including bereavement and loss, change, anxiety, depression, low self-esteem and self-worth, stress, family and relationship issues.

I specialise in change and bereavement and loss and have been working in a supportive capacity for many years, in dedicated organisations and now in private practice. Due to the multifaceted nature of the challenges people face, I work in an integrative way, bringing in a variety of counselling tools and techniques that will best suit your situation. The most appropriate one(s) for you can be discussed at our initial consultation.

I offer face to face counselling in South Manchester. I can offer weekend and evening sessions, as well as telephone and Zoom counselling, to fit around your circumstances. I can also provide therapy outdoors in nature.

I am an Accredited Member of the National Counselling Society. I offer both short and long-term therapy. Whether you are looking to address a single or multiple challenges in your life or are looking to make long term changes to enhance your current situation, I am committed to helping you make lasting change.

Sessions are £50 for each 50 minute session. I also offer a free, confidential 30 minute consultation to discuss what you would like to gain from therapy and how we could work together to achieve this.

Advanced Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling (Ad Dip PC)
Diploma in Counselling Skills and Theory (Dip CST)
Certificate in Hypnotherapy and Counselling Skills (Cert Hyp CS)
ILM Coaching and Mentoring Level 5
Transactional Analysis 101 (UKATA)
Bereavement Support and Sudden and Traumatic Loss
BA Psychology (The University of Manchester)

Motivational Interviewing
Solution Focused and short term therapy
BACP Complex Grief in COVID
Working in Nature

Luke Cahill

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I am a BACP registered counsellor offering individual counselling for adults from an established shared practice in Chorlton, South Manchester. I also work online using Zoom.

Whether you are dealing with anxiety or depression, struggling with difficult life events, or unhappy with aspects of your life or relationships and finding it hard to make changes, counselling can provide a space to explore what’s happening and find a way forward.

I can work with you to more clearly map out where you are and how you’d like things to be different, while supporting and encouraging you to be curious about the nature of your problems and their effect on you.

Working in counselling can involve exploring emotional reactions, paying attention to relationship patterns, considering personal values and meaning, and reflecting on difficult experiences, among many other possibilities.

My counselling meetings are 50 minutes long and I usually meet weekly with clients at a regular time, although flexibility around frequency or timing of meetings can be arranged. Each 50-minute session costs £50, with a limited number of concessionary spaces available for people on low incomes.
My working hours for in-person meetings at Counselling Rooms are Thursday & Sunday daytimes. My working hours for online meetings via Zoom are Monday evenings and Tuesday & Friday daytimes. For currently available times, please check my website.

If you would like to discuss working together or any questions you may have before booking a first session, I offer a 20-minute initial meeting, in-person or via Zoom, without charge. Alternatively, I’m happy to answer any questions by email.

Justine Roberts

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Hello, my name is Justine. Throughout my nearly 30 years of experience in healthcare, school and special needs settings I have become convinced of, and passionate about, the power of talking therapy. I chose to qualify in an Integrated Approach to counselling as I believe that the challenges we face are multi-faceted, and as whole beings we respond better to a holistic approach. My personal style of integration incorporates the Person-Centred Approach, Transactional Analysis and CBT as well as the opportunity of a greater holistic provision of physical exercise (ranging from very gentle chair-based exercises, through body weight and free weight exercise). I also offer approaches through Mindfulness and Assertiveness training.

Although I do not work with children in the Counselling Rooms setting, my ongoing work with children allows me to access and work with the Inner Child that lives in all of us. All this is offered in a professional and confidential manner, as I work to ‘hold hope’ with and for those who are struggling to do so alone.

I value difference and diversity and enjoy working with clients from varied cultures, backgrounds, ages, and minority groups. As a Registered Member of both the BACP and REPs I adhere to Ethical Frameworks that work to ensure a welcoming, non-judgemental, physically and emotionally safe environment in which clients can be supported to work through their personal challenges, fully protected by appropriate insurance and supervision.

The Person-centred Integrated Approach I offer is particularly helpful in dealing with self-esteem, sexuality; loss, bereavement, and grief; special needs (Including Autism & ASD, ADHD and dementia); short and long-term medical and health challenges including cancer and palliative care issues.

Transactional analysis, as I offer it, considers the effects of others and events on our lives, and offers the opportunity to explore, understand, mend and develop healthier relationships with self and others. Attachment and childhood issues are explored, benefitting work, home and parenting effectiveness and happiness.

The value of CBT, as recognised by the NHS, and as I offer it, is that it provides frameworks, skills and tools to work in a very solution focussed way to help manage and make lasting change with difficulties such as stress, anxiety, depression, panic, assertiveness, anger, transitional issues, illness and disability.

Other aspects of my holistic integrative approach allow me to offer all of the above in a way suite to your individual needs, working creatively with metaphor (play), creating a ‘strongbody.strongmind’ personal culture, and benefitting from the soothing effects of Mindfulness.

If you feel that any of the above appeals to you I am able to offer a free, no obligation telephone or face-time appointment of up to 20 minutes via the email link above. If you would then like to work with me my fees range from £25 to £50 for a 50-minute session. I am currently available in The Counselling Rooms on a Friday morning, but can also offer other appointments due to availability.

Lisa Whitehead

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I am an experienced counsellor with over 2,500 post-qualification hours gained through working in the NHS, voluntary sector and in private practice. I am an Accredited member of the BACP.

I have considerable experience of working with people who have experienced trauma including childhood abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault, including working with PTSD. In addition I work with issues such as depression, anxiety, bereavement and loss, self- esteem, relationship issues, and work-related problems.

My core approach is person-centred, but I work in an integrative way. I have completed further training in trauma and work within the 3 stage trauma model to provide safe trauma therapy.

I welcome working with clients from diverse backgrounds and different cultures, sexual and gender minorities and people with health issues and disabilities.

My usual fees are £45 per 50 minute session. I offer a no-obligation 50 minute initial session, which is an opportunity to meet me and explore a little if the therapy I offer is right for you. There is nothing to pay on the day. If you decide you would like us to start working together I’ll ask you to pay for the initial session when you pay for your first counselling session.

I offer a limited number of spaces at a reduced rate of £25 per session for clients who are on a low income or means-tested benefits.

Louise Taylor

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I’m Louise, a psychodynamic counsellor who is registered with the BACP.

My practice is psychoanalytically informed. This has a very here & now focus, looking at the patterns of difficulty we currently experience. We may notice symptoms that are causing distress or just feel something isn’t quite right. The focus is on our ways of relating; how we relate to ourselves and to others. This can be a specific focus or pattern (for shorter term work) or it may be more exploratory.

Psychodynamic counselling can help us to look at our distress in a safe space with an other. This may take us back to childhood, exploring where patterns developed from. Or we may mostly focus upon our current relationships, including the one that forms in the therapy itself. Doing this with a counsellor allows us to have the distress held, so that we can start to think about how things really are for us.

I am currently offering therapy via Skype, Zoom, Facetime and telephone appointments.

Matthew Shah

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Experienced healthcare/social care professional over 30 years including the NHS and in the private sector BACP registered Counsellor/Therapist

Integrated Therapy Person Centred Therapy

CBT Therapy

Relaxation Hypnotherapy

Areas of experience include is;

Counselling individuals from all diversity groups
Self harm/eating disorders
Couples counselling
Relationship Counselling; siblings /families
Drug/Gambling and alcohol addiction
Multiple Sclerosis Counselling and other neurological conditions
Work related issues
Face to Face therapy
Telephone/online considered

Lesley Heath

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I am an experienced counsellor, Accredited member of the BACP and registered with Bupa Health Insurance.

I have experience counselling young people, people with disabilities and health issues, from diverse cultures, gender and sexual minorities.

I have worked and trained with Relate and now counsel both individuals and couples on relationship issues. I also offer counselling to people who wish to end a relationship and want support during this challenging time.

Stress, insomnia, poor concentration and problems with eating can all result from work related pressure, bereavement, divorce and ill health.

I am experienced working with clients in a shorter term way where I help the client to clarify the changes they wish to make and then help them to set goals each session to achieve these changes. This solution focused approach is very helpful to those experiencing symptoms of stress and anxiety.

My full fee is £50 per session and £60 for couples counselling; for those unable to pay this I also offer some reduced rate sessions at £25. I am available in the day time and evening.

When choosing a counsellor I would advise a chat initially; I am always happy to talk with anyone considering counselling.

I am currently offering counselling via video call and telephone appointments.

Anna Daly

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I believe the most important part of counselling, in order for it to be successful, is the therapeutic relationship itself.

I am an integrative counsellor and work with a wide variety of issues. I use a collaborative approach and work in a way that suits each individual client. I have worked with many different issues including, shame, guilt, anxiety, depression, sexual violence, trauma, sexual orientation, gender issues, anger, dissociation, and existential struggles. I have been counselling for just over six years and qualified in 2012. I was a support worker for six years during which time I qualified as a counsellor.

I am a registered member of the BACP and working towards accreditation. I have completed a one year foundation course in gestalt therapy and am hoping to one day complete the three year accredited gestalt psychotherapy training. In the meantime I continue to develop professionally and personally by completing various training courses.

I also work at Manchester Rape Crisis (MRC) and have experience of working with deep trauma. I have been there for five years and continue to develop in my knowledge of trauma and the impact of sexual violence. I have several roles at MRC, including: counsellor, helpline co-ordinator and trainer of the new helpline volunteers.