Debra Lui MSc CBP, MBACP, Adv. Dip Couns

Habitat Counselling & Psychotherapy

  • Holyhead Road, Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 2DP.

About Habitat Counselling & Psychotherapy

Are you having issues with food or worried about your eating habits? Are thoughts about food taking over your life and you feel every day is a constant struggle? Whether you are experiencing binge-eating disorder (BED), bulimia nervosa or anorexia nervosa. Habitat Counselling & Psychotherapy is here to support and help you work through the everyday challenges you face with food.

Whether you have struggled for years or a few weeks, Habitat Counselling & Psychotherapy can help you improve your relationship with food and enable you to start living the life you hope for. Having an eating issue can feel like every day is a constant struggle. By attending counselling or psychotherapy sessions, there is someone you can turn to, someone who cares and understands your difficulties.

Habitat Counselling & Psychotherapy specialises in eating disorders and body image. Counselling sessions are offered as either a guidance for adopting a healthy food relationship or to gain a clearer understanding of your eating norms. Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy (CBT) may be more suitable for persons presenting symptoms or diagnosis of binge-eating disorder (BED), bulimia or anorexia. At Habitat Counselling & Psychotherapy, help is available and the path to recovery is possible and achievable.

 

When it comes to your emotional health and overall psychological well-being, it’s important to have a fully insured and knowledgeable professional you can turn to. Over the years, I’ve provided counselling and psychological services to clients throughout Greater Manchester and North Wales. My expertise covers a broad spectrum of mental health services, and I’m happy to share my experience and qualifications.

I have had an enhanced check and assessment by the Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) as being suitable to work with vulnerable adults. I am a registered member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy) and attend monthly supervision to ensure I not only carry out my work ethically but provide a service that is in the best interest for clients. As a member of the BACP, I attend Continued Professional Development (CPD) to ensure that I am up to date with current research and fully informed, to ensure that my clients gain full benefit from my support.

I hold an MSc in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy (University of Salford) and an Advanced Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling (The Manchester College). Below describes all my specialised areas and examples of work:

Psychotherapist

I am currently working with clients referred from NHS Wales Betsi Cadwaldr University Health Board. I offer short-term therapy for clients presenting with anxiety and/or depression issues. I listen to your problems and may suggest strategies for resolving your issues. This may include assisting clients in altering their attitudes and behaviour. Sessions look at how unhealthy behaviours can contribute to problematic experiences, therefore, clients may be required to actively take part in altering unhelpful thoughts or behaviours to aid recovery.

Cognitive behavioural therapist

Clients were referred from NHS North West Eating Disorders Service. I applied Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – Enhanced (CBT-E) to aid recovery for clients with anorexia, bulimia and binge-eating disorder. Each week, the aim was for clients to move closer towards their recovery. Depending on the presenting issue, an individual treatment plan is created to help shift the client towards change. Therapy may involve maintaining a food intake diary, identifying problems areas and applying strategies to alter food habits.

Substance misuse counsellor

Clients were referred via self-referral, general practitioners or other related services. I applied the person-centred approach to clients who have experienced past or current difficulties with drug and/or alcohol abuse. Therapy was also provided for friends and family members. Sessions involved understanding how drugs or alcohol play a part in your past or current issues and how you can manage this in order to work towards the life you hope for.

Rape and sexual abuse counsellor

I provided victim support and carried out counselling in an extremely sensitive manner. Allowing clients to feel comfortable and safe was paramount. Like all therapy I provide, it is done so without judgements and in strict confidence. Sessions are carried out gently, at a client’s own pace in order to feel fully supported and cared for throughout the process. Work looks at helping clients accepting the painful past and learning how to move forward in life.

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Debra Lui MSc CBP, MBACP, Adv. Dip Couns

Habitat Counselling & Psychotherapy

  • Holyhead Road, Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 2DP.

About Habitat Counselling & Psychotherapy

Are you having issues with food or worried about your eating habits? Are thoughts about food taking over your life and you feel every day is a constant struggle? Whether you are experiencing binge-eating disorder (BED), bulimia nervosa or anorexia nervosa. Habitat Counselling & Psychotherapy is here to support and help you work through the everyday challenges you face with food.

Whether you have struggled for years or a few weeks, Habitat Counselling & Psychotherapy can help you improve your relationship with food and enable you to start living the life you hope for. Having an eating issue can feel like every day is a constant struggle. By attending counselling or psychotherapy sessions, there is someone you can turn to, someone who cares and understands your difficulties.

Habitat Counselling & Psychotherapy specialises in eating disorders and body image. Counselling sessions are offered as either a guidance for adopting a healthy food relationship or to gain a clearer understanding of your eating norms. Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy (CBT) may be more suitable for persons presenting symptoms or diagnosis of binge-eating disorder (BED), bulimia or anorexia. At Habitat Counselling & Psychotherapy, help is available and the path to recovery is possible and achievable.

 

When it comes to your emotional health and overall psychological well-being, it’s important to have a fully insured and knowledgeable professional you can turn to. Over the years, I’ve provided counselling and psychological services to clients throughout Greater Manchester and North Wales. My expertise covers a broad spectrum of mental health services, and I’m happy to share my experience and qualifications.

I have had an enhanced check and assessment by the Disclosure Barring Service (DBS) as being suitable to work with vulnerable adults. I am a registered member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy) and attend monthly supervision to ensure I not only carry out my work ethically but provide a service that is in the best interest for clients. As a member of the BACP, I attend Continued Professional Development (CPD) to ensure that I am up to date with current research and fully informed, to ensure that my clients gain full benefit from my support.

I hold an MSc in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy (University of Salford) and an Advanced Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling (The Manchester College). Below describes all my specialised areas and examples of work:

Psychotherapist

I am currently working with clients referred from NHS Wales Betsi Cadwaldr University Health Board. I offer short-term therapy for clients presenting with anxiety and/or depression issues. I listen to your problems and may suggest strategies for resolving your issues. This may include assisting clients in altering their attitudes and behaviour. Sessions look at how unhealthy behaviours can contribute to problematic experiences, therefore, clients may be required to actively take part in altering unhelpful thoughts or behaviours to aid recovery.

Cognitive behavioural therapist

Clients were referred from NHS North West Eating Disorders Service. I applied Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – Enhanced (CBT-E) to aid recovery for clients with anorexia, bulimia and binge-eating disorder. Each week, the aim was for clients to move closer towards their recovery. Depending on the presenting issue, an individual treatment plan is created to help shift the client towards change. Therapy may involve maintaining a food intake diary, identifying problems areas and applying strategies to alter food habits.

Substance misuse counsellor

Clients were referred via self-referral, general practitioners or other related services. I applied the person-centred approach to clients who have experienced past or current difficulties with drug and/or alcohol abuse. Therapy was also provided for friends and family members. Sessions involved understanding how drugs or alcohol play a part in your past or current issues and how you can manage this in order to work towards the life you hope for.

Rape and sexual abuse counsellor

I provided victim support and carried out counselling in an extremely sensitive manner. Allowing clients to feel comfortable and safe was paramount. Like all therapy I provide, it is done so without judgements and in strict confidence. Sessions are carried out gently, at a client’s own pace in order to feel fully supported and cared for throughout the process. Work looks at helping clients accepting the painful past and learning how to move forward in life.

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Next to Bangor train station

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