Person-Centred Counsellor

Corinna is a person-centred therapist who has worked with a wide range of clients who struggle with issues such as anxiety, stress, depression, bereavement, loneliness, trauma, anger, low self-esteem, difficult relationships, and life transitions. She is also a volunteer counsellor with Saint Francis Hospice.

Corinna's belief is that we all face difficulties in life from time to time and that therapy can provide a secure, private, and non-judgmental setting in which to explore these issues.  She works with her client's to discover new ways of being and to figure out who they are and how they respond to the world today.  She is aware of how difficult it can be for a client to discuss personal issues with a stranger and therefore building trust in the room is very important to her. This therapeutic approach can help in gaining an understanding of the ways in which current difficulties may be influenced by challenging relationships or experiences in the past.  Corinna believes it is through the development of this trusting therapeutic relationship that clients are able to develop new insights, growth and healing.

Corinna provides a warm and collaborative relationship where her clients can explore and challenge unhelpful beliefs, problematic behaviour patterns, and current relationship issues in a safe environment and treats each client with respect, taking into account their unique requirements and points of view.

Corinna is a qualified Therapeutic Counsellor under the Counselling & Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body (CPCAB), has a Foundation Degree in Counselling and is a Registered Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).  Corinna is working towards specialising in trauma.

Fees: Individuals £55

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