Experience, Training and Qualifications

CPCAB - Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling Level 4

CPCAB - Certificate in Counselling Studies Level 3

CPCAB - Certificate in Counselling Skills Level 2

BACP - Certificate of Proficiency

OCN - Certificate in Counselling Supervision Level 5

Continuing Professional Development/Certificates:

National Centre for Domestic Violence information session

How To End Conflict in Relationships

Forgiveness (how to)

Working Therapeutically with Obesity, Binge Eating Disorder & Food Addiction

Stress and Anxiety Management

BACP: Keeping clients at the Centre (research cpd) 

Weight Loss Made Easy 

Psychology & Therapy of Addictions 

Family and Relationship Counselling

Essentials of Couples Counselling

Couples Counselling Toolkit (Counselling Academy)

Eating Disorder Understanding and Awareness

CBT approach to Weight Loss

Suicide Awareness

Zero Suicidal Alliance 

Anger Management

Anxiety & Resilience

Understanding Dissociative Disorder

Rewind Technique for PTSD & phobias 

Facilitating Therapeutic Groups 

OCN/Lisa Mass Certificate in Counselling Supervision

Sexual Abuse & Sexual Violence Awareness

Affiliate Counsellor for Health Assured and Staywell Occupational Health Ltd (Employee Assistance Programmes)

I feel honoured to have been selected as an Affiliate Counsellor for one of the leading EAP providers in the country, Health Assured, as well as Staywell Occupational Health Ltd, from which I receive referrals for clients seeking counselling.  This work is short-term and solution-focussed therapy, where clients receive, usually up to six sessions, funded by their employer.  

I also worked as a counsellor at a Women's centre in Bedfordshire, where I worked with women with a wide range of issues, including physical, emotional, mental and sexual abuse, suicidal thoughts, bereavement, childhood trauma, depression, self-harm, relationship issues etc.

I also have over 15 years experience in the weight-loss industry and understand that weight issues go far beyond simply what people eat. I realise that there are deep, often unspoken, reasons why people have difficulty with weight and body image.

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