About Me

Hi, my name is Leeanne, I work with a large range of issues including relationships, burn out, grief, trauma, male and female survivors of sexual abuse, circumcision and domestic abuse. 

I am a trauma informed therapist with over 20 years experience of working with frontline emergency services. In addition to private practice, I counsel key workers, including the NHS, and have supported them through the COVID-19 pandemic.

I also counsel male and female survivors of sexual violence and domestic abuse for a national charity.

 

I passionately believe that everyone has something in them to value and nurture and that no one is beyond help. I believe everyone deserves a chance to be happy and to live a rich and peaceful life. I understand it is not always easy asking for help, however, if you are reading this you have already taken the first step.

My approach evolves from a shared exploration and understanding of each client’s issues, I employ a methodology that places you at the centre of our sessions. I will work with you to design a bespoke therapy that is tailored to meet your needs with the aim of achieving your goal of a better, brighter future.

Practice

I work with therapeutic modalities that suit your specific emotional needs, ranging from Humanistic, CBT, Gestalt, Psychodynamic and Systemic therapy.

Training

Training, qualifications & experience

-MSc in Psychotherapeutic Counselling: Distinction

-Post Graduate Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling: Distinction (training in all core approaches to counselling).

-Post Graduate Certificate in Counselling: Distinction

-BSc (Hons) Psychology and Social Policy 

-Trauma informed training with a national Domestic violence and sexual abuse charity.

-Training in affirmative therapy with people with disability/impairment.

-Working with difference and culture

-Working remotely 

-Member organisations:-
 
registered membership of the BACP.

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