Humanistic Integrative Counsellor
Diploma in humanistic integrative counsellingCall Now
Born in France, I moved to the UK permanently in 2004. I first trained in foreign languages and retrained as a counsellor at the Wealden Institute of Psychology and qualified in 2018. I am a mother of two, I enjoy the outdoors and what it brings to be in nature. Ultimately, I am aiming to include animal assisted therapy to my practice.
Why come to see a counsellor? You might feel unsettled, something is bothering you but you cannot quite pinpoint what it is. Or perhaps you know what it is you would like to deal with and change. Whatever it is, I believe that anyone will benefit from counselling, even if it is to find out you do not need it! I have trained in humanistic integrative counselling. Humanistic means I believe that every human being can change or adapt given the right circumstances. Integrative describes that I draw from different theories of psychotherapy, in my case Person-centered approach, Gestalt and transactional analysis.
In the past I have worked in customer services and in education in various admin and support roles. I have experience working in the charity sector, volunteering with rough sleepers outreach team and drug and alcohol support settings. My journey in counselling started because I often felt overwhelmed or enraged about many things. I had outbursts, one of these caused me to hurt myself and that made me realise I needed support. I needed to talk.
- Gestalt Therapy
- Person Centered Therapy
- Transactional Analysis (TA)