COUNSELLORS & PSYCHOTHERAPISTS

Please note that the following practitioners rent rooms at The Wellbeing Rooms and all practitioners have their own individual businesses. Please click the professionals link to contact them directly for information or to book an appointment. The Wellbeing Rooms holds no responsibility for each practitioner in terms of their business, clinical practice, or booking or cancelling appointments.

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FIONA WILSON

Person Centred Counsellor & Systemic Therapist

(CHILD, ADOLESCENTS & ADULT 12 years +)

Qualifications: Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling, Family & Systemic Practice

Regulatory Body: BACP Register of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (107214)

Fiona originally trained in Occupational Therapy before finding her way into therapy. She is now a trained Person Centred Counsellor and Systemic Therapist with over 12 years of experience in supporting young people and adults with a range of issues which impact their mental health, everyday living and relationships. 

Fiona offers a non-judgmental and safe space to work collaboratively to help you with whatever struggles you may be facing. Informing and underpinning all of Fiona’s work is the therapeutic relationship, alongside therapeutic approaches including: Person-Centred Counselling, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Solution Focussed Therapy, BRIEF Therapy and Systemic Therapy. Fiona has experience of working in many settings: sexual trauma centre, eating disorder units, GP surgeries and schools.

Fiona would be more than happy to answer any questions through email or speak with you on the phone prior to starting therapy.  She fully understands the importance of finding the right person to work alongside and would welcome the opportunity to explore this with you.

You can contact Fiona via email: fcwcounselling@gmail.com or on the phone: 07900991336

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KATIE THOMPSON

Person Centred Counsellor & Psychotherapist (ADOLESCENTS & ADULT 16 years +)

Qualifications: Post Graduate Diploma in Psychological Wellbeing, Counselling and Psychotherapy

Regulatory Body: BACP Register of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (00847325)

Following a long career in education Katie is now a qualified person-centred

psychotherapist who works with young people, aged 16+ and adults, on a one-to-one basis. She has experience of working with a range of issues including anxiety, bereavement, self-esteem and trauma.

As a person-centred therapist, Katie offers a safe and confidential space where you can talk about the issues that are affecting you. With empathy and without judgement, she will help you explore your ways of thinking and being, and support you to find ways to live your life in a way that feels right for you. Rather than giving you answers or advice, she will help you shine a light on repeating patterns of behaviour or thinking that may be holding you back, helping you to find your own direction and a greater sense of inner peace.

Katie understands it can be daunting to take the first step into counselling and is

happy to offer a free of charge initial phone call to answer any questions and to establish if she can provide you with the appropriate support. She can be contacted by email or telephone. If she is not available, please leave a short message and she will get back to you as soon as possible.

You can contact Katie by email, text or phone.

Email – contact@parkgrovecounselling.co.uk

Text/Phone – 07735 555 423

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EMMA JANE LA ROCHE

Counsellor & Psychotherapist (ADULT 18 years +) 

Qualifications: BA (Hons), FdA, Humanistic Counselling based on Transactional Analysis, BWRT (Brain Working Recursive Therapy) Practitioner.


Regulatory Body: British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP-

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Do you often feel overwhelmed by your emotions or that you are going round in circles feeling lost and confused? Do family and friends offer you their opinion about how you should feel or behave when in fact they may sometimes be the cause of your anxieties?


Emma Jane's aim is to offer you a warm, empathic, non-judgemental and confidential space where you can share what’s on your mind and feel listened to, validated and acknowledged. Expressing your feelings and trying to make sense of your emotions is an important part of your therapy. Counselling isn’t just about listening though. Emma Jane will teach you techniques and give you tools to help you grow whether in your personal or professional life. Sessions may also include exploring your past to check out old coping mechanisms and strategies which may not be appropriate or helpful in the present. A particular strength of Emma Jane's is in helping you to identify these old habits and together work towards putting the skills you’ve learned into practice!

Emma Jane enjoys helping people to discover they have choices and options using a variety of therapeutic approaches and to help realise change is possible! Emma Jane offers both short-term (6 week) sessions and long term therapy and has particular experience working with :

Anxiety

Depression

Bereavement - Loss, Grief, Redundancy, Pet loss, Loss of relationships.

Improving communication skills and relationships.

Adults with ADHD

Living with the menopause and other life changes.

Low self-esteem

Stress and worries – work, exams

Hurt and Anger

Life changes and decision making

Phobias

Emma Jane has worked for several years with Mind Matters offering counselling through the NHS, in GP surgeries and running her own private practice. She also has experience working in youth counselling and with the visually impaired. 


To book an appointment please call 07834 765144 or

Email:enquiries@emmajanelaroche@gmail.com

You can also contact Emma Jane through her website www.emmajanelaroche.co.uk

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LAURA BEECH

EMDR and integrative psychotherapist (adolescents and adults)

Qualifications: MSc EMDR therapy, PG Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy

Regulatory body: BACP Accredited member (88395)

​Are you in distress, consistently unhappy, or stuck in self-defeating patterns? Do you feel like past events are affecting how you cope with life today? Are you having trouble getting to sleep or staying asleep? Are you constantly worried or depressed? Do you keep repeating the same negative patterns in relationships? Alternatively, are you ready to make the most of a new phase of your life?

Laura is an experienced psychotherapist and counsellor who works with couples and individuals and can help you with issues such as anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties as well as single events, and multiple events traumas. This could be rape and sexual violence, bullying, stress at work or home, addictions, accidents at work or on the road and even difficult childhood memories. Anything that is bothering you to the extent that it affects your daily life. Her approach is collaborative, working alongside you to understand your difficulties so together you can create change and process painful events and memories.

Laura specialises in EMDR therapy which is effective in treating terrifying events such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (CPTSD) and Complex Trauma, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), phobias, depression, anxiety, Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES), neglect or abuse, and ongoing traumatic stress. 

Psychotherapy and counselling involve exploring your feelings, paying attention to what you are doing, and challenging your thinking. In this way, we can take responsibility for ourselves and have more options and resources for dealing with difficulties. Our issues are very often symptoms of deeper layers of trauma, loss, or wounding. Laura can support you in this process in a respectful, compassionate, and creative way to work at these more profound levels of healing.

A note on EMDR Therapy:

The EM in EMDR stands for Eye Movement which is how this form of therapy was discovered, however, it is now acknowledged that any form of 'bilateral stimulation, such as tapping and audio tones works just as well, making it easy to use online. 

The recent findings in neurobiology show that memories are stored differently in the brain depending on whether they have been processed. -Usually 'good' memories are processed and do not cause us any distress. However, 'bad' memories or events, whether it is recent or in the past that cause us distress, are often not processed and these memories can cause depression and anxiety. These feelings can be triggered in the present because the event has not been processed/metabolised by the brain. EMDR offers a direct way to work with those issues/memories by helping the brain to process the events and associated feelings, leaving one feeling happier, more engaged, and fulfilled. You can watch a short video that explains how EMDR works:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bIJZQAr9nQo

Laura offers face to face and online therapy including EMDR to self-funding clients to adolescents and adults and is registered with private health insurers including BUPA, AXA, Aviva, Vitality. She is accredited with EMDR UK and British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and holds membership with ISSTD, ISSTS and Trauma Aid.