Simon Campbell (MBACP Accred)
Simon Campbell (MBACP) is a qualified integrative counsellor working with adults, children and young people. In recognising that each person who comes to counselling is unique, and has different needs, Simon has a client-led approach. This means that he works with each person on their own terms in an equal, open and collaborative way. He sees the client as being the expert on themselves, while he has experience of bringing meaning and awareness, power and control back to people’s lives.
Simon’s fees are £45 per session. Concessionary rates available depending on the financial situation of the client.
Please feel free to contact Simon directly if you need more information at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0754 969 8050.
After 8 years experience working with children and young people I have now been working as a counsellor as well for two ½ years. I have particular experience in working with anxiety and self-esteem issues; abuse; domestic violence; LGBT; bereavement; personality disorders and self-harm.
As a counsellor I specialise in creative approaches, using whichever method of expression works for you. I am person-centred and always aim to put my clients first. I am working towards BACP accreditation.
Jillie Hewitt, MBACP, (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy), Certificate in Shamanic and Creative Arts Therapy, Certificate in Hypnotherapy.
WOMEN, YOUNG PEOPLE, GAY, LESBIAN, BI AND TRANSGENDER ISSUES, CONFIDENCE AND SELF-ESTEEM, PANIC ATTACKS AND ANXIETY.
My approach (Person-Centered) puts you at the heart of our time together and allows you to work at a pace which is comfortable for you. I use other methods and tools when appropriate, including individually designed creative and resources and information to support you on your journey.
Children and young people receive therapeutic support through creative and play therapy to promote their emotional well-being.
I am experienced at working therapeutically with women with a range of emotional health difficulties from bereavement, through sexual, emotional and physical abuse and relationship problems to low self-esteem and lack of confidence
I work with men and women on issues such as anxiety, panic attacks, depression, lack of confidence, stress, relationship difficulties, bereavement and more.
Supporting self-esteem, confidence and a clearer recognition of your unique worth as a human being is central to my approach.
‘It is my belief that the best wisdom for ourselves comes from within us, and that truly meaningful change comes from knowing, understanding and accepting ourselves and finding answers which are meaningful for us.’
‘My vision is to promote emotional well-being, which I define as accepting, understanding and loving all parts of ourselves, being comfortable within our world, having rewarding relationships with others and having inner strength, resources and resilience to cope when life is challenging.’
Sean Lowden (BA degree in Counselling & MBACP) worked for over thirty years in the marketing sector, both home and abroad, before becoming qualified as a Counsellor in June 2013.
His extensive experience and person-centred training enables him to establish an immediate trusting and transparent relationship with clients. Once a working alliance is established and clients feel understood and heard, he then works on developing a therapeutic alliance to allow clients to explore themselves on a deeper psychodynamic level, or for some, it may be on a cognitive level to dissipate irrational thoughts and behaviours. His interaction with clients is professional, friendly, highly relational and hopeful.
Welcome and thank you for taking time to read about me.
I am very passionate about listening, understanding and supporting people, non-judgementally.
I am a member of the BACP (British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy) and I abide by the ethical
guidelines they provide. I am a person centred counsellor, with an integration of gestalt into my practice.
My previous experience is:
Two years volunteering in a charity based in Sunderland
Two and a half years in three GP surgeries across County Durham and
Chester le Street
I work currently in two school settings with children from 7-10 years old
I have volunteered in a secondary mental health charity for 8 months
in which I provide counselling and training.
I have worked on an emotional support line also dealing with various
issues for one year.
I am working with the IAPT in Newcastle supporting to develop
emotional support for individuals with the condition of diabetes.
Areas I have experience and work with are:
Trauma, domestic violence, depression, anxiety, stress, rape, torture,
bereavement (in every various way), anger management, suicide, work
stress, long-term illnesses and palliative care.
The age range I have worked with are from the ages of 7 to 100 years old.
I have a degree in BSc Psychology & Counselling, Teesside University, and an MA in Counselling from Sunderland University
Carole Courtnadge ( MBACP) is a qualified Person Centred Counsellor. She has worked in the caring profession for the past 40 years. Carole works with adults, children and young people on many issues and truly believes that when working together in safe, effective, non-directive ways, the client and counsellor can find a way to the healing process.
Carole has had many years experience in supporting those clients who are on the autistic spectrum, their partners, parents and extended families. This includes group work with young people on the spectrum. Carole gives in depth presentations to other counsellors and professionals on the importance of raising the awareness and understanding of the autistic condition.
Victoria Neil (MBACP)
The main focus of my training and my work with clients comes from the principles of the Person-Centred approach and Gestalt Therapy. This means that I look at you as an individual, I don’t try to fit you into a box or label. I tailor the therapeutic work to the client, supporting you as you endeavour to make the right decisions for you.
I work with both adults and children. My work with adults involves exploring emotional and psychological difficulties an individual is experiencing for example depression, anxiety, bereavement & loss, stress ,trauma, low self esteem, relationship problems and more .
Working in a school for a national children’s charity, I aim to provide emotional and therapeutic support for children aged 4-11, who have been identified as needing support to build and maintain friendship, suffering from bullying, low self-esteem, family breakdown, witnessed or survived violence and abuse. I also have experience of co-facilitating therapeutic group work for young children of primary school age, working with children around attachment, self- esteem and managing emotions.
In addition, I have experience of coaching individuals living with mental health issues and can bring aspects of coaching into the therapy room if a client chooses.