Katherine works with individuals, couples and 11-18 year olds, and is an accredited member of the BACP.
She has experience of working with a diverse client background both short and long term, and with a wide range of issues eg.
- low self esteem
- depression and anxiety
- sexuality and identity problems
- pressures of work
- feelings of isolation and dissatisfaction with life
She has also been part of a Critical Incident team, responding to traumatic events.
Katherine is qualified in humanistic counselling, which emphasises the personal worth of the individual, and helps with motivation towards better functioning and overcoming difficulties. She also uses CBT where appropriate to identify and challenge negative thought patterns and behaviour, and thus learn a healthier way of being.
Katherine aims to work with clients providing an environment of trust and respect for their uniqueness, so that they feel empowered, more “radiant” and able to move towards growth, wholeness and a better way of living.
Katherine is also a supervisor of both trainee and qualified counsellors, offering this in 1-1 and group format, and caters to various theoretical modalities.
In addition, she has many years experience of supervising domestic violence advocates and also provides support to staff in other caring professions.