Lindsey uses an integrative model of therapy with person-centred counselling at its core, but also incorporates other approaches including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). She has experience of working with adults, adolescents and children in both long and short-term therapy, and has developed significant skills in working with young adults in particular. She supports clients with of challenges such as depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, trauma, relationship difficulties and family breakdown. She is experienced in working with abuse, suicidal ideation, self-harm, bullying, despair, stress and anger, with extensive experience supporting clients through bereavement and loss (having trained with Cruse Bereavement Care). Lindsey has worked with Young Offenders in a custodial setting as well as with ex-offenders in Probation. She is also an Approved Counsellor with Victims First specialist counselling service whis is funded by the Office of the Police & Crime Commisioner for Thames Valley. She has most recently trained as a Volunteer Counsellor for Aylesbury Vale & Milton Keynes Sexual Assault & Abuse Support Service. She works from the Room to Talk Counselling Practice in Towcester (NN12 6BX) as well as from the Counselling room at her home (MK18 3PA).
Tel: 07788 597885
Marion is an experienced integrative therapist, working primarily in a person-centred way. Marion draws on several therapeutic approaches to suit the individual’s needs, such as Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) & Transactional Analysis (T/A). Marion works with individuals and couples and has considerable experience in working with bereavement and loss, including child bereavement, stress, trauma, anxiety, depression, anxiety, panic attacks, suicide, relationship difficulties, life changes, workplace challenges and living with chronic illness and disability.
Tel: 07736 066206
Steve has considerable experience working predominately with adults but also teenagers and couples from a variety of backgrounds and offers both short and long term counselling. He works as an integrative counsellor in a predominately person-centred way with a range of concerns including depression, stress, family breakdown, anger, workplace challenges and redundancy. Steve incorporates the principles of other approaches such as CBT in order to help tailor the work to each client’s individual needs. He provides a supportive, confidential and completely non-judgemental space for clients to explore their concerns and make sense of them. Steve has particular expertise in working with issues involving personal relationship difficulties (including trauma and abuse), anxiety, panic attacks, loss, bereavement and low self-esteem. As well as his client work, he has also been a lecturer in Counselling and worked for a number of years as a volunteer counsellor with Mind. In addition, having over 30 years’ experience as a teacher and headteacher, Steve has a particular insight and understanding of the specific pressures of working in education and is well placed to support clients in this field.
Tel: 07549 122463