Rachel's Approach to Counselling

Rachel works therapeutically with both adults and children and her private practice is available for clients aged 5 years and above. Her counselling practice is situated in a central point of the traditional three counties. As well as private practice, Rachel also works for a specialist charity organisation, working with children and young people who have experienced rape and sexual abuse.

Rachel's counselling approach is Person-Centred and also encompasses Cognitive Behavioural techniques. Rachel believes in the power of the therapeutic alliance, in that you must feel comfortable and trust your therapist in order for counselling to be beneficial. Rachel also utilises Cognitive Behavioural techniques, if appropriate, as she feels these can really build on any changes you would like to implement in your life.

About Rachel

Rachel  is a registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.

Rachel has worked with clients offering time-limited and long-term Counselling  to adults, children and young people. She also has experience as a Pastoral Support Worker within a primary school setting supporting children with additional needs.

Rachel has worked in the charity and voluntary sector supporting survivors of rape and sexual abuse since 2014.

Rachel is passionate about Counselling and is working hard to ensure that the service continues to offer high quality Counselling to all clients.

Qualifications

  • FdSc Counselling
  • Exploring Psychology (OU)
  • Counselling: Exploring Fear and Sadness (OU)
  • CPCAB Counselling Studies
  • CPCAB Counselling Skills