Dr Kirsten Kitson is a Counselling Psychologist who is chartered by the British Psychological Society (BPS) and holds full membership to the BPS division of Counselling Psychology. She is registeredwith the Health Professions Council (HPC), a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and holds a doctorate in Counselling Psychology. She also has honour degrees in both Psychology and Criminology & Fine art.
At Essentia Counselling & Psychotherapy Caroline Evans-Gözen provides a range of proven therapies to individuals, couples, families and teenagers who are seeking an empathic, supportiveprofessionally qualified and experienced practitioner. She provides a bespoke service in elegant consulting rooms in the centre of Cheltenham. Caroline is a full member of the BACP and holds a Diploma in Humanistic and Integrative Counselling and a Diploma in Hypnotherapy.
Therapy is tailored to each individual. I work collaboratively and creatively with clients, guiding and supporting progress towards their aims. The content and nature of my therapy is tailored to eachindividual, I seek to understand each clients' situation, adopting ways of working and a pace to suit them. We discuss and review the therapy together. Some people find the confidence they want, often recovering a sense of their 'old self', in just a few sessions.
Helen Herron Counselling Cheltenham is a Counselling and Psychotherapy Practice based in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire. Helen Herron BSc (Hons) is an accredited Counsellor and Psychotherapist, agraduate member of the British Psychological Society (MBPsS) and also a general member of the British Psychological Society's Division of Counselling Psychology (DoCP), conforming to the code of conduct and ethical guidelines set out by the British Psychological Society.
I am a highly qualified, experienced UKCP registered psychotherapist based in central Cheltenham where I offer psychotherapy or counselling to both individuals and couples. I have a particularexpertise in the field of complex trauma and dissociative disorders and alongside my Private Practice, I also work as a Consultant Psychotherapist with the London based Clinic for Dissociative Studies. What sort of problems might therapy help me with?
Established in 1981 the Cheltenham Holistic Health Centre is a leading clinic for complementary therapies in Gloucestershire, offering around twenty five different well-established therapies such asAcupuncture, Allergy Testing, Osteopathy, Hypnotherapy, Homoeopathy, Nutritional Therapy, Reflexology and many more. All our practitioners are fully qualified, fully insured and registered with relevant professional bodies.
Not sure how to cope, going round in circles, feeling weighed down, feeling stuck, not knowing when and if things will change? Counselling sessions offer an opportunity to explore any issues in asupportive and non-judgemental environment. The counselling process can challenge negativity and engender positive change.
There are many different approaches to counselling and psychotherapy. The Person Centred Approach is based on a deep respect for the person and a recognition that you are an expert in your own life.It is you who have the capacity to heal yourself and change. This process may be facilitated within the safety of a therapeutic relationship.
I am accredited with the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists and registered with the United Kingdom Register of Counsellors. I am also an associate member of the Royal Society ofMedicine which enables me to keep abreast of new research in my areas of interest.
Appointments are arranged on a weekly basis for 1 hour. It is an opportunity to talk and think about a wide range of feelings and issues both past and present. How can counselling help you? Helpingyou to improve your relationships and help you to realise your own answers to decide a way forward which is right for you. Cognitive techniques to help change negative thoughts in to more positive, which empowers you to live your life better.