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Jean Burke Counselling and Psychotherapy

Teddington, Gloucestershire, TW11 8QZ
Phone: 07968722491
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I am a qualified and accredited practitioner providing both short-term counselling and long-term psychotherapy in the Borough of Richmond Upon Thames.

Whilst I work with a wide range of issues common to people seeking therapy such as depression, low self esteem and bereavement for example, I also specialise in two areas. Firstly, I work with people coming to terms or living with long-term or life-threatening health conditions and their friends and families and secondly I support those struggling with work-related issues such as stress, anxiety, career pressures and work-life balance.

My experience includes working for the mental health charity Mind and Royal Holloway University and running a telephone-based counselling service for an EAP (Employee Assistance Programme) provider. I also spent several years supporting those affected by a cancer diagnosis at The Mulberry Centre, West Middlesex Hospital and Maggie’s Centre in Charing Cross Hospital, Hammersmith.

Qualifications and Accreditations

I have an MSc in Counselling and Psychotherapy and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Psychotherapy. I have also undertaken specialised training in CBT, Mindfulness and Coaching. In addition I hold a Masters degree in Business Studies and Bachelor of Commerce.

I am a registered member of UKCP, a member of BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) as well as being an accredited clinical member of the Universities Psychotherapy and Counselling Association (UPCA).

Opening Times

Opening Times: Day time (including early mornings) and some evening slots.

Location Information

Location/Directions Info: I offer appointments in Teddington; my practice is within 10 minutes walk of the station.


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