Counselling and Psychotherapy
Gill has over 25 years experience as a integrative counsellor and psychotherapist working in Exmouth. She is a senior accredited member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy. She has designed, established and managed a person-centred Diploma in Counselling that successfully gained BACP recognition and has also been a tutor and external examiner for graduate and postgraduate counselling and psychotherapy courses. She supervises other counsellors, psychotherapists and those in the helping professions. She has also edited and co-edited three person-centred books and authored several chapters.
Can counselling and psychotherapy help you?
Its hard to know where to turn to or who to turn to when we’re feeling anxious or overwhelmed. Counselling provides you with a safe place to explore what is worrying you, so you can find a way forward that is best for you.
Gill has the experience to create a therapeutic relationship which is warm and genuine and offers respect and understanding. Within this safe and supportive relationship you’ll be able to fully explore and assess your issues, your aspirations and your challenges. You’ll be able to see more clearly what may have been holding you back and learn the ability to turn your difficulties into new opportunties, making new decisions about who you are and what you want to do.
Gill is a registered senior accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and adheres to the BACP’s code of ethics.
Gill is experienced in many different areas. As an integrative counsellor and psychotherapist creating the warm, understanding, authentic therapeutic relationship creates the container for what you, the client brings. This could be anxiety, depression, abuse, addiction, bereavement, stress, a relationship break up, financial worries, health issues, spiritual questions, lack of meaning, identity questions or global concerns. Within this supportive relationship you can explore the range of issues you’re experiencing and find what has been restricting you, discovering what is possible and choosing a way forward that works best for you.
It’s important to find somebody that feels right to you so give Gill a ring and either make an appointment for an initial appointment or make use of the free 20 mins telephone call that she offers to enable you and her to start to understand why you are considering starting counselling.
Her practice is in Exmouth, where she offers face-to-face, online and by telephone sessions, which ever is best for you. Counselling can be short term or long term.
Fee: £50 per hour
Tel: 01395 276734