I am an experienced Counsellor and Psychotherapist, fully accredited with the BACP. I offer both short-term and long-term counselling and psychotherapy for adults and teenagers. I’ve helped peopleresolve a wide range of issues including depression and suicidal thoughts, anxiety and panic attacks, stress, anger, low self-esteem, relationship and family problems, bereavement, separation and divorce, work-related issues, trauma and PTSD, terminal/chronic illness… and many others.
I am a UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) therapist in training in integrative psychotherapy at the Welsh Psychotherapy Partnership (WPP). I offer low-cost therapy on a long or short term basisthrough WPP's Affordable Therapy Service. I provide a safe, confidential and compassionate space in which together we explore the issues you bring to therapy; my approach is informed by several psychotherapeutic models to meet the needs, intentions, circumstances, and histories of individual clients.
Counselling is a process by which clients are invited to look honestly at their behaviour and lifestyle and make certain decisions about how they want to modify the quality of their life. In thisframework counsellors provide support and warmth yet care enough to challenge and confront so that clients will be able to take the action necessary to bring about significant change.
As a therapist, I believe in the healing power of talking to understand the issues and difficulties we face as human beings. This can be used to identify positive steps to enable greaterself-acceptance and confidence to work through the concerns that are causing anxiety and distress. To do this, my aim is to create a safe and supportive environment in which we can explore experiences, thoughts and relationships which may have led or contributed to your present feelings.
Lyn Jones : I am an Integrative Counsellor and incorporate aspects of a number of theoretical approaches to psychotherapy and counselling, including CBT, Solution Focused, humanistic, narrative andpsychodynamic models. I am a Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and I am an accredited member of the National Counselling Society (NCS); indicating that I am on Accredited Registers that have been accredited by the Professional Standards Authority (PSA).
Our professionally trained and experienced practitioners cover a wide geographical area, helping to ensure that individuals are seen in a location of their choice with counselling appropriate to theirneeds. All our counsellors abide by the codes of practice of professional bodies such as the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP).
Eryl is an accredited Counsellor, and supervisor of counsellors with the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists. Since its foundation the partnership has delivered counselling,training and supervision to areas as diverse as Individuals, Couples, Young People, Secondary Schools, Universities and the Welsh Assembly Government. The partnership can offer counselling, bespoke training, mentoring, mediation and supervision to meet a range of client needs.
I am professionally trained and qualified, and, as a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP), follow their ethical framework (www.bacp.co.uk). This includesattending regular supervision sessions and undertaking Continuing Professional Development Programmes. My therapeutic approach is integrative, working within a Relational framework. I draw on ideas and techniques from the cognitive (CBT), humanistic, and psychodynamic "schools" of therapy.
Counselling and psychotherapy are talking therapies that can help you explore areas of difficulty in your life in a way that may not be possible with friends and family. Conwy Counselling provides aconfidential and relaxed environment and I welcome clients whatever their background, orientation or issues. I work both with individuals and couples. My approach is integrative meaning that I integrate ideas from various theoretical models of counselling in my work.
Although I offer general counselling and can therefore work with most issues I have several areas of specialist interest including depression, abuse, trauma, relationships, life changes, and workingwithin the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) community.
My name is Dr. John Plowman. I am a hypnotherapist based in South Wales with a private practice in Newport, Gwent and a clinic in Cardiff. I help people deal with many different problems throughhypnotherapy, psychotherapy and counselling. I treat a lot people with anxiety and depression and also handle blushing, shyness and problems with presentations. I help people to control their drinking and smokers who wish to become non-smokers.
FAR Psychology is a Cardiff-based independent provider of highly specialist clinical psychology assessment and treatment services to children, adults and families. Dr Lucie Robinson is the founder anddirector of FAR Psychology Services Ltd. Lucie is a BPS registered Clinical Psychologist and a HCPC registered Practitioner Psychologist. She has three degrees, namely B.Sc (Hons) Psychology, Ph. D. Neuro-psychiatric genetics, and a Doctorate in Clinical Psychology.
I spent a number of years working in different corporate environments in different parts of the world before completing a degree with honours in Psychology and an advanced diploma in childdevelopment. This then progressed into me becoming trained as a hypnotherapist and counsellor. I continually stay abreast of all the latest ideas and developments through constant personal self-development.
Many people find therapy with a therapist in training rewarding and life changing. Some people explore self-development issues whilst others choose to explore historical issues that impede dailyfunctioning. The cost of sessions may be negotiable with individual therapists, but the normal payment rate is £25 per 50 minute session, rising to £30 - £35 per session for senior trainees.
I offer a holistic psychotherapy that, while secular, is informed by Buddhist understanding. I believe the strength of my work lies in how its engagement with both body and mind enables clients tomake their own discoveries. I also enjoy working with the extraordinarily intuitive power of the imagination. I see my personal involvement as being essential to the work, enabling me to support and guide my clients' enquiry.
I am a registered psychotherapist working in Penarth. I am easy to reach from Cardiff, the Vale of Glamorgan, Barry, Pontypridd, Bridgend and Cowbridge by car and there are frequent rail and busservices to within 5 minutes walk of my address. Unrestricted parking is available on the road. I offer a confidential psychotherapy and counselling service to individual adults. I also offer supervision to practitioners.
As a BACP Accredited therapist, Kirsty aims to provide a therapeutic experience characterised by acceptance, genuine warmth and understanding within a safe and confidential setting. A gentle approachwhich pays close attention to your individual story, allowing you to explore your difficulties whilst experiencing sensitivity, respect and valuing.
I have had 10 years experience of working as a psychologist in the NHS with a variety of clients, including adults, older adults, young people and families. For the past 5 years I worked withchildren, young people and families on the Wirral with a wide range of different problems. I currently work in Denbighshire Child and Adolescent Health Service providing complex neurological assessments. Alongside my work in the NHS I have been working in independent practice for the past 3 years.
I am an experienced counsellor and psychotherapist with appointments available in Leominster, Hereford and Presteigne. I offer both short term counselling and longer term psychotherapy withindividuals. I also offer couple counselling, having previously worked for Relate for 10 years. I have had experience of working with individuals and couples from a wide variety of backgrounds. Please contact me in complete confidence for further details, and perhaps to arrange an initial exploratory session.
These normally take place at Hope Clinic, but home visits can be organised at home by special arrangement if necessary. Mike was previously employed as a psychologist in NHS psychology services from1994 onwards. He then lectured at London School of Theology (LST). Since 2007 he has run a successful private practice. Mike is a registered psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and is chartered by the British Psychological Society (BPS), of which he is an Associate Fellow.