Carly Moore

JJJ

  • Qualified BACP Counsellor
  • Member of the National Counselling Society (NCS).
  • Working with as a Person Centred Counsellor with a humanistic integrative approach to individual clients, that concentrates on the therapeutic relationship to affect change
  • approach focusing on communication and relationships, and a co-creative therapeutic alliance
  • Works with adults and young people
  • All our Counsellors have Professional Indemnity Insurance

Nicola (Nicki) Cartmill

JJJ
  • Qualified BACP Counsellor
  • Member of the National Counselling Society (NCS).
  • Experience of supporting bereaved parents through The Compassionate Friends.
  • Experience of working with grieving families as a funeral celebrant.
  • Experience of supporting vulnerable volunteers with a variety of needs, including mental health, compulsive behaviours, addiction, and domestic violence through working for the British Red Cross.
  • Pluralistic approach focusing on communication and relationships, and a co-creative therapeutic alliance.
  • Integrative learning means I have a range of therapeutic tools to help explore feelings and emotions.

Carole Sinclair

JJJ
  • Qualified BACP Counsellor
  • Completed level 4 diploma training with CCT
  • Registered members of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) working in accordance with the requirements of the Ethical Framework http://www.bacp.co.uk/
  • Use person centred approach.
  • Can work with adults and children.
  • All our Counsellors have Professional Indemnity Insurance

Amanda Jarvis

JJJ
  • Qualified BACP Counsellor, working towards their accreditation.
  • Registered member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapist (BACP) working in accordance with their requirements of their ethical framework.
  • I use a Person Approach to my counselling work, where I believe that you are the expert and my job is to create a safe, non judgmental environment and use empathy for you to explore thoughts and feelings.
  • To find ways to have fulfilling relationships with your self and others.
  • I have experience in working in a short term solution focussed way and also with longer term client work, working with some clients over a number of years.
  • I can work with adults and children and have spent time as a counsellor in the NHS and within school settings.
  • I have experience working and supporting clients with loss and bereavement.
  • I am able to work virtually and face to face.
  • I also have experienced working with clients overseas.
  • I have facilitated group anxiety work and can work with anxiety individually with clients.
  • I have experience working with neurodivergent clients.
  • I am also able to work with clients that are working with their gender identity.

Emma Dagg

JJJ

  • Foundation Degree in Clarkson Integrative Counselling
  • Registered members of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) working in accordance with the requirements of the Ethical Framework http://www.bacp.co.uk/
  • Using the Clarkson approach I explore the relationship within the therapy room to understand patterns in relating. Focusing on the relationship with self.
  • Experience as a volunteer in the Specialist Weight Management Team supporting individuals to make positive changes to their lives.
  • Being integrative I am able to use a plethora of therapeutic tools to explore emotions and feelings.
  • Clarkson’s approach is all about the client, so all sessions are client lead, in a safe non-judgemental space.
  • All our Counsellors have Professional Indemnity Insurance

Marty Chandler

JJJ
  • Senior Accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, working in accordance with the requirements of the ethical framework http://www.bacp.co.uk/
  • Qualified EMDR therapist using trauma informed practice to process past issues
  • Specialising in clients with childhood trauma and complex PTSD and working with clients whom have experienced sexual abuse
  • Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling
  • Qualified to level 6 in clinical/ non clinical supervision
  • Extensive experience working in a generic counselling setting offering a broad range of skills.
  • Parent-Child Attachment Play Practitioner – PCAP provider
  • Extensive experience in long and short term counselling gained from working in the NHS IAPT team and EAP providers.
  • Trained and experienced working with eating disorders with the Christopher Fairburn approach.
  • All our Counsellors have Professional Indemnity Insurance

Sophie Presswell

JJJ
  • Accredited and registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) working in accordance with the requirements of the Ethical Framework http://www.bacp.co.uk/
  • Ten years experience of working within a therapeutic and social care setting, working with clients on a short and long term basis with both adults and children.
  • Extensive experience of counselling primary and secondary school children and young adults.
  • NHS IAPT trained, supporting people who have mild to moderate mental health difficulties, working on a short and long term basis.
  • Parent-Child Attachment Play Practitioner – PCAP provider
  • Experience working with eating disorders using the Christopher Fairburn approach.
  • All our Counsellors have Professional Indemnity Insurance