Collaborative, individualised and compassionate psychological assessment and therapy with children, adolescents and adults to reduce distress and enhance wellbeing. Areas of specialty include trauma,physical health issues, and emotional wellbeing. Jenny qualified as a Clinical Psychologist in 2003, and has worked since this time in both independent practice and NHS services in East and West Sussex, including: adult mental health, occupational health, neurology and long-term pain.
Many people seek help at some point in their lives. Sometimes life can become overwhelming causing people to feel unable to cope. When this happens people can feel particularly vulnerable and usuallyjust want someone to talk to who will listen. Sometimes family, partners or friends are not enough and individuals may feel the need to talk to an independent therapist.
One key focus of this approach is that it will help you focus on what is important to you and give you skills to move towards your goals. Coaching is a process that helps you to set goals and achievethem. In just a couple of sessions you will learn essential life skills that can help you reduce stress, move beyond the blockages that have been holding you back, and gain clarity and confidence as you start to make better choices, overcome your fears and reach your goals.
A very warm and friendly, confidential counselling practice in Brighton-Hove specialising in women's well-being, sexual health, career counselling, marriage & family counselling, child & adolescenttherapy and testing, special needs support as well as offering Supervison. Medico-legal reports aquire within. Offering face-to-face consultations as well as sessions online within the comfort of your own home.
Cognitive behavioural therapy is a psychotherapeutic approach to solving and understanding emotional problems, cognitions and behaviour through a goal orientated process. The interplay betweenthoughts, feelings, behaviour and physical symptoms is carefully explored to enable clients to make changes especially with regard to challenging negative automatic beliefs and develop appropriate coping strategies to improve quality of life.
My approach is psychodynamic with the psychoanalytic understanding that some of our emotional life is not easy to be in touch with, and can only gradually be revealed. The relationship with thetherapist is an important context in which we can explore some of the less conscious feelings that arise, and dreams also, can be a significant part of the process. I will also help you in this collaborative process by offering a safe space with empathy and vigilance to your sensitivities as a person.
Genevieve Picquart is a senior accredited Counsellor, Psychotherapist and Clinical Supervisor, in the Sussex area, and has been practicing for over 26 years in private practice and working for variousEAP organisations and the NHS. Genevieve specialises in both long and short term issues and with first time comers as well as people who have experienced counselling / psychotherapy before.
If you are troubled or in crisis, we provide a non-judgemental space, based on respect and empathy for you as an individual, in which you can explore where you are in your life. From our team ofprofessionally qualified, experienced counsellors and psychotherapists, we will find the most suitable person to work with you, to make sense of your world and effect positive change, in the security of a confidential, caring therapeutic relationship.
I am Lorri Craig, an experienced registered counselling psychologist, practising counselling and psychological therapies in Brighton and Hove in the UK. I have been practising psychology for over 30years now. I am UK born, but was raised in Australia, where I did my training, so I am registered in both countries [HCPC & AHPRA].
I am fully qualified, highly experienced and a registered member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (MBACP). I offer both short term and long term work, and specialise inrelationships, men's issues, self esteem, anger management, stress, loss, and sexuality. I work face to face but also offer work with Skype and telephone counselling, which offers flexibility to those who may not be able to attend face to face sessions.