In 2011 I opened my private practice where I currently works as an integrative therapist. Whilst I lean towards a Person Centred approach, I draw on multiple modalities depending on presenting issues or areas oof concern. The Person-Centred model of counselling comes under the ‘humanistic’ umbrella along with ‘Existential, Gestalt and Transactional Analysis’. Person-Centred therapy is based upon the therapeutic relationship between the client and counsellor, whereby the counsellor endeavours to uphold a non directive manner within the relationship. It is client lead and provides the client with the space to explore and understand their thoughts and feelings at a pace that is comfortable for them. This offers the client the chance to delve deeper into their inner feelings attached to previous life experiences that may have been suppress and disassociate with the experience. This modality suggests that as a therapist, all that is needed to facilitate a client and bring about a change are three therapeutic conditions, known as the ‘3 Core Conditions’- congruence, empathy and unconditional positive regard (UPR).
Alongside my private practice I works as a school counsellor offering therapeutic play in various schools around South East London offering counselling to both children and parents as well as offering family support services to improve the emotional well-being of children, their families and the whole school community.
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