My name is Amy; thank you for taking the time to look at my page. I am a counsellor with therapeutic experience working with clients across a range of issues in both the charity and private sectors. I specialise in bereavement and loss counselling and have over ten years experience working with children and young people in therapeutic and educational settings.
I am passionate about the long-term benefits of early therapeutic intervention. No matter your age, stage of life or issue, I aim to provide you with the time and space required to explore whatever is troubling you.
As a specialist in bereavement support I am experienced and trained in issues relating to grief and loss and dedicate much of my personal development to ongoing training in this area.
I am available for school or work-based therapy for students and staff following a sudden death, trauma or loss. I also provide training for schools on the impact of bereavement and loss on children and young people and the ways to support and manage this effectively within the school context.
I am a registered and accredited member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy and work in accordance with their Ethical Framework for Good Practice. I ensure ongoing professional development by attending courses and workshops and receive regular and ongoing clinical supervision.
I hold a current Enhanced Disclosure and Baring Service Certificate (DBS), formerly known as a CRB certificate, and private indemnity insurance.
All appointments that take place in my therapy room are charged at £40. If you would like me to work with your child at their school (with the prior permission of the school) then the fee is £45 per session plus travelling costs charged at 45p per mile.
Payment can be made via cash or bank transfer. Please note that I operate a late cancellation policy where the full fee for the appointment must be paid for if cancelled 48 hours or less beforehand.
Please get in touch for further information.