Psychotherapist – Mrs. Clare Lupton
Clare holds an LLB (Hons) in Law, a BA (Hons) in Community Justice (DIPS) and a Post-Graduate Diploma in CBT. She has worked extensively with individuals of all ages who are experiencing complex psychological problems including mood and anxiety disorders. Having first-hand experience of these disorders she can effectively identify these conditions and understand how isolating and debilitating they can be.
Using proven CBT skills and lessons from her own journey has installed hope about recovery and successfully helped others experiencing similar issues.
In addition to working as a psychotherapist, Clare has been employed in the public sector for the past 17 years. Within this role she delivered CBT based interventions in relation to abusive and violent behavior; the aim is to reduce the risk of causing serious harm to others and the significant ripple effect results from such behaviors.
Counsellor – Mrs. Angie Tulloch
Angie is a qualified registered Counsellor with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP). Angie finds working with young people and adults from different walks of life very rewarding. Each counselling session will focus on you as an individual and the issues you chose to talk about.
The type of approach used will depend on what you bring to counselling. She finds that people work best when they feel comfortable with someone who does not judge them. Building a therapeutic relationship from the beginning is important and will enable you to be yourself. Counselling works best when the environment is one of honesty, hope, openness and respect. Therefore, counselling will empower you and support you in making decisions that are right for you.
Angie’s background is in the National Health Service (NHS) and the Local Authority with children, young people and adults. The route into counselling was a natural step which suits her personality as a warm and caring person. It has given her a better understanding of the varied issues people experience in life, and how trauma impacts your wellbeing and self-confidence.
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