How do I work as a therapist?

Client feedback:

"Although I consider myself to be quite a private person, keeping my problems and worries to myself, talking to Julie was easy as she made me feel valid and listened to...She has given me skills and ability to manage my thoughts."

I will give you the space and support you need to explore your thoughts and feelings and to help you resolve your issues. I will provide you a safe space, will listen without judgement, and will work with you to find some insight into how to bring about positive changes in your life and relationships.

I am qualified in Humanistic Counselling with TA (Transactional Analysis) which means I have an holistic approach to my work. I will support you through talking about your life now and how you would like it to change, and can offer some coping skills for those tough moments when things can seem overwhelming.

We will work together according to what you need and our sessions will be focused on what is important to you.

We might sometimes work with EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) which can help with anxieties and other emotion based issues.

I offer either long-term or shorter fixed-term counselling depending on your need or circumstances, and work on a one to one basis. We can either work face to face or online via video conferencing - similar to Skype.

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My qualifications:
  • Post Qualification Diploma in Counselling Supervision
  • BA (Hons) in Humanistic and Integrative Counselling
  • Foundation Degree in Humanistic Counselling based on TA
  • Level 3 Counselling Skills and Theory
  • Level 3 Diploma in Health and Social Care
 
Training:​
  • EFT Emotional Freedom Technique Diploma
  • Expanding vision and practice 
  • TA 101 - Transactional Analysis 
  • Addictions
  • Expanding Vision and Practice
  • Mindfullness
  • CBT
  • Managing Difficult Behaviours
  • Working with identity and self-esteem in young people with eating disorders
  • Working with young people who self harm
  • Working with young people in the LGBT community