I am a Psychotherapist in York registered in 2000 with the UKCP (UK Council for Psychotherapy) and accredited in 1991 as a Counsellor with the BACP (British Association for Counselling andPsychotherapy). I offer short and long term psychotherapy, counselling and supervision. I have been working in private practice as a Psychotherapist for 14 years and as a Counsellor for 24 years. I see clients from all walks of life and all backgrounds.
UK-CBT is a group of qualified psychotherapists who provide a professional psychotherapy service based on researched evidence, and ethical guidelines. Our experienced therapists are based acrossYorkshire, Teesside and the North East, and have a specific qualification in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy and are Accredited by, and agree to adhere to the Standards of Conduct, Performance and Ethics of the BABCP (British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies).
Counselling/Psychotherapy offers you the opportunity to talk confidentially in a safe space to a qualified practitioner who is trained to listen to you attentively and who will understand and acceptyou without judgement. There are many reasons why people choose to begin therapy. Sometimes they may not be aware of what is bothering them but have a feeling that things just aren't right, often times, someone may be feeling quite desperate.
Betsy is a Certified Transactional Analyst and a member of the European Association for Transactional Analysis (EATA). She is an Associate Member of the Metanoia Institute in London and a Member ofthe International Association of Relational Transactional Analysis (IARTA). She was a Registered Member of the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) between 1997 and 2014. Betsy has over 30 years experience of working with individuals and groups.
My interest in understanding how people live their lives and cope with life's challenges and changes, (my own in the first instance) led me to explore the field of psychology. I initially studied andobtained my Psychology degree in South Africa, working in areas of victim support with the South African Police, increasing my understanding and work with trauma. I also worked within a Hospice working with both cancer and AIDS patients and their families.
What sort of problems can be helped by psychotherapy? Psychotherapy is helpful for those who suspect that their difficulties have an emotional or psychological origin. Everyone experiences emotionalproblems at some stage in life and these are often resolved without outside help. However, sometimes they persist unconsciously and are repeated because current issues stir up feelings from the past and this may adversely affect our ability to cope.
You would like to talk things over with family and friends but worry they might not understand? Perhaps talking to a qualified counsellor with over 10 years experience of providing face-to-facecounselling to individuals and to couples might help? For information about counselling and my counselling practice please read on.
Are you looking for change? Yes? Read on. I offer hypnotherapy sessions in Harley Street, Central London. Hypnotherapy is the therapeutic use of hypnosis, an entirely natural state of relaxation thatyou allow yourself to enter. During this state of relaxation you will gain the guidance, the understanding and the resources that you may need to overcome your problems and to reach your goals.
It was whilst working as a social worker in the field of mental health that I first developed my interest in working with individual psychology. Twenty years later I remain passionate aboutunderstanding what makes us tick and how creatively we manage the vicissitudes of life. Although I am trained in Transactional Analysis, I have a particular interest in the developing field of neuroscience and its impact on relationship based psychotherapy.
Welcome and thank you for your interest in my Psychotherapy and Counselling Service. I am a Humanistic and Integrative Psychotherapist, who is very experienced in assisting people from a variety ofbackgrounds to address difficulties they are experiencing in their life. I offer help with issues ranging from depression and anxiety to abuse and the effects of trauma.
By making an appointment with Counselling Care Services, you'll meet someone, who is respectful, understanding and skilled at creating a safe environment for you to share your vulnerability. The aimof counselling is to provide an opportunity for the client to work towards living a more satisfying and resourceful way. The client is encouraged to explore various aspects of their life, past and present.
Located on the border of North / East Yorkshire, I offer psychotherapy and counselling within reach of the city of York and the towns of Malton, Driffield, Pocklington and Market Weighton. I amqualified as a Certified Transactional Analysis psychotherapist and registered with United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP). I am also endorsed as a supervisor and trainer (PTSTA) by the European Association for Transactional Analysis (EATA).
We are a private practice in Harrogate offering counselling, coaching and wellbeing therapies to individuals, couples, families, young people and organisations. You may be here because you, or someoneclose to you, is experiencing emotional problems and distress, and you are looking for some help. Perhaps you are unhappy, angry, concerned, or frustrated and you want some help or support. Use our website to find out more about who we are, what we do, how we can help and how to get in touch.
As you can see from the picture to the right, it would be difficult to describe myself as a fresh faced newly qualified graduate. It would more likely to be as one who is seen as chronologicallyexperienced! I was born in Barnsley and schooled in Wakefield, West Yorkshire. I was a student in both Staffordshire and Sheffield where I obtained a Master's Degree in Organisational Development.
My name is Kate Nolton, and I am a professional supervised therapist and a proud member of the International Association of Evidence Based Psychotherapists. I can help you to overcome many of theproblems and symptoms that might be holding you back, or stopping you from being the best possible you! There are different options of therapy I can offer you. We can decide the most appropriate course of action for you together in the free, no obligation, initial consultation appointment I offer.
My practice provides a confidential, safe and impartial space where you can talk to a qualified and Experienced Psycotherapeutic Counsellor about the difficult emotional issues that may be stoppingyou from getting the most out of your life at the moment.
I've worked in private practice as a counsellor and therapist, in the Scarborough area, for almost 15 years. I also work one day per week providing counselling for NHS clients via the IAPT (ImprovingAccess to Psychological Therapies) service in Bridlington. I work with individuals and couples, providing both short term or time limited counselling, and longer term, open ended in-depth psychotherapy.
Dr Stephen Bainbridge and Dr Joanne Jordan are York-based NHS chartered clinical psychologists and the clinical leads of York Clinical Psychology Centre (YCPC). They have considerable experience ofworking in the fields of adult mental health, chronic pain and neuropsychology at York District Hospital (North Yorkshire and York NHS Primary Care Trust). Dr Bainbridge and Dr Jordan work with people of all ages who experience psychological and/or physical health problems.
We trust the information contained in the following pages will inspire you to consider using the clinical and/or professional training services of the Scarborough Counselling and PsychotherapyTraining Institute (SCPTI). Our primary aim is to benefit the public welfare, and further the advancement of public education, by developing a range of activities in counselling and psychotherapy.
I'm a York-based chartered clinical psychologist working clinically in the NHS for more than nine years and privately since 2007. Registered with the British Psychological Society (BPS) both as achartered psychologist and chartered scientist, I am also a member of the Health Professions Council (HPC) and an Associate Member of the Society of Expert Witnesses. I gained my first degree at the University of Leeds and my postgraduate diploma with the Open University.