Person-Centered Counsellor (MNRPC)
Dip Social Science-Counseling Major, at Southern Cross University Australia
Member of The National Register of Psychotherapists & Counsellors
Person-Centered Counselling means that the ‘person’ seeking the support is the central focus of each and every session, not a theory or a technique. My role as a counsellor is to encourage the development of a strong, healthy, warm, supportive, congruent, professional relationship so that you can begin to feel the security you need in order to work with me on whatever issue might be present in your life so you can reach a greater sense of self-awareness, self-acceptance and autonomy.
In my practice I incorporate:
• Person-Centered Therapy
• Neuroscience; educating about the effects that trauma and abuse has on nervous system, from various resources such as PODS, Peter Levine's work on somatic experience and much more...
• Non-Violent Communication (NVC)
I offer a range of counselling services:
• Face-to-face sessions at my private office in Dartington (@ the Space) Totnes.
• Face-to-face sessions at Harbour House in Kingsbridge.
• Home visits.
• Phone counselling.
Fees: £40 per hour.
I offer a sliding scale from £25-£40 for students, stay at home parents and unemployed people.
Payment plans can be arranged if needed.