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My Approach

The majority of my counselling training has been in the Person-Centred Approach. Person-Centred Therapy was established by Carl Rogers in the 1950’s and has been studied and practiced around the world since. At its core, Person-Centred Therapy is client lead and based on responding to what each client brings.

My practice of this type of therapy is based on a foundation of empathy and acceptance. I hope that between my clients and myself we can create a space that encourages us to explore all of ourselves without fear of shame or rejection. For some, coming to therapy can be a very uncomfortable thing to do, while for others it is a relief to have access to a place to share, either way, my aim will always be to hold space for every aspect of a person’s experience and to treat what is shared with care and respect.

I spend time and put a huge amount of effort into establishing trust with my clients and their safety and wellbeing is my top priority at all times

If you feel you would like to discuss the therapeutic process more, or have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch below. 

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