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Jo Aldred MNCS (Accred)

  • 30 Grand Parade, Brighton and Hove, East Sussex BN2 9QA.
  • 07970672474

About Jo Aldred MNCS (Accred)

Do you sometimes feel that life is an endless cycle of anxiety, stress or overwhelm? That getting motivated about your day is a struggle? Speaking with a mental health professional in a confidential space can help you navigate through any feelings of concern and begin to understand your mental wellbeing, relationships, behaviour patterns, beliefs or somatic responses on a much deeper level. Therapy facilitates a sense of genuinely relating with others and connecting with all aspects of yourself so you can be more present in your life.

I’m a qualified and experienced humanistic therapist who is passionate about co-creating the therapeutic relationship to facilitate change or increase understanding for clients. My clinical specialism is working the effects of depression/anxiety/trauma and with mothers/daughters – their relationships and transitions into motherhood. An aspect of therapy is increasing self-awareness, becoming more aware of our reactions to situations or people and identifying any connected emotions. I work creatively and collaboratively.

Training, qualifications & experience
Accredited Registrant (MNCS Accred)
BA(Hons) First Class Humanistic Counselling Practice
NCFE Level 2 & Level 3 in Counselling skills & theory
TA101 – Transactional Analysis foundation certificate
As part of my professional development as a psychotherapy practitioner, I’ve been a volunteer therapist at an inner city college in the Midlands working predominantly with an 16+ age group. Seeing clients within this setting has meant an incredibly diverse demographic who have wide-ranging reasons for referral. My work with them often focussed on them finding their own voice, autonomy, feeling safe to express their feelings, their parental relationships and to embrace their vulnerabilities in the face of tragedy.

More recently, I’ve undertaken shorter-term focussed sessions with families and carers of substance users. This entails either agreeing a psychological contract (what they would like to change about themselves or their life) from the outset or working on an emerging contract (where there’s not a specific goal but an exploration to see what’s present for them).

And I’m also a therapist within an NHS service – offering short-term sessions for employees of a large hospital in the South East.

With all therapeutic work, I have an experienced supervisor to ensure I continue to excel with my professional standards and development.

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Jo Aldred MNCS (Accred)

  • 30 Grand Parade, Brighton and Hove, East Sussex BN2 9QA.
  • 07970672474

About Jo Aldred MNCS (Accred)

Do you sometimes feel that life is an endless cycle of anxiety, stress or overwhelm? That getting motivated about your day is a struggle? Speaking with a mental health professional in a confidential space can help you navigate through any feelings of concern and begin to understand your mental wellbeing, relationships, behaviour patterns, beliefs or somatic responses on a much deeper level. Therapy facilitates a sense of genuinely relating with others and connecting with all aspects of yourself so you can be more present in your life.

I’m a qualified and experienced humanistic therapist who is passionate about co-creating the therapeutic relationship to facilitate change or increase understanding for clients. My clinical specialism is working the effects of depression/anxiety/trauma and with mothers/daughters – their relationships and transitions into motherhood. An aspect of therapy is increasing self-awareness, becoming more aware of our reactions to situations or people and identifying any connected emotions. I work creatively and collaboratively.

Training, qualifications & experience
Accredited Registrant (MNCS Accred)
BA(Hons) First Class Humanistic Counselling Practice
NCFE Level 2 & Level 3 in Counselling skills & theory
TA101 – Transactional Analysis foundation certificate
As part of my professional development as a psychotherapy practitioner, I’ve been a volunteer therapist at an inner city college in the Midlands working predominantly with an 16+ age group. Seeing clients within this setting has meant an incredibly diverse demographic who have wide-ranging reasons for referral. My work with them often focussed on them finding their own voice, autonomy, feeling safe to express their feelings, their parental relationships and to embrace their vulnerabilities in the face of tragedy.

More recently, I’ve undertaken shorter-term focussed sessions with families and carers of substance users. This entails either agreeing a psychological contract (what they would like to change about themselves or their life) from the outset or working on an emerging contract (where there’s not a specific goal but an exploration to see what’s present for them).

And I’m also a therapist within an NHS service – offering short-term sessions for employees of a large hospital in the South East.

With all therapeutic work, I have an experienced supervisor to ensure I continue to excel with my professional standards and development.

Opening Times

Mon - Fri 8am to 8pm.

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