Diane Salisbury Counselling

  • 67 Stour Street, Canterbury, Kent CT1 2NZ.
  • 07534199880

About Diane Salisbury Counselling

My background is in psychology, sociology and personal development. I have a degree in Psychosocial Studies as well as a diploma in counselling. I am a registered member of the BACP.

I have also worked as a Doula and have assisted many families on their journey into parenthood. Through this work I have developed a deep understanding and interest in women’s health.

I am also very interested in the transitions we face in life. Be it leaving home, relocation, career changes, adulthood, midlife, parenthood, marriage, relationship changes or loss.

More details can be found at my website www.dianesalisbury.co.uk

I have a private practice based in Canterbury Kent and also North London, at North London Group Therapy and at Spiral.

About Counselling

Counselling is a talking therapy, which allows a person to talk about their problems and feelings in a confidential, safe and non-judgmental space.

A counsellor has been trained to work with difficult feeling and thoughts. Having the support and insight of a counsellor enables a person to explore things that have happened in the past, what is happening currently and what might lie ahead.

Integrative counselling offers an opportunity to use different techniques and theories; alongside talking these include working with dreams, drawing, mindfulness exercises, other forms of self-expression and self-exploration. This means that what is included in the sessions depends on what works for the individual.

Counselling can be used to address a variety of different issues including

Anxiety
Depression
Bereavement and loss
Abuse, such as bullying and sexual abuse
Relationship issues
Addictions
Eating disorders
Self-esteem issues
Creative blocks
Feelings of being ‘stuck’ or powerlessness.

Training, qualifications & experience

I undertook a 3 year training at Re-Vision

Where I gained a diploma in Integrative Psychosynthesis.

I also have a degree in Psychosocial Studies BA (hons) from UEL.

I am a registered member of the British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) and as such abide by their ethical framework

I regularly attend conferences and CPD (continuing professional development) courses.

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Diane Salisbury Counselling

  • 67 Stour Street, Canterbury, Kent CT1 2NZ.
  • 07534199880

About Diane Salisbury Counselling

My background is in psychology, sociology and personal development. I have a degree in Psychosocial Studies as well as a diploma in counselling. I am a registered member of the BACP.

I have also worked as a Doula and have assisted many families on their journey into parenthood. Through this work I have developed a deep understanding and interest in women’s health.

I am also very interested in the transitions we face in life. Be it leaving home, relocation, career changes, adulthood, midlife, parenthood, marriage, relationship changes or loss.

More details can be found at my website www.dianesalisbury.co.uk

I have a private practice based in Canterbury Kent and also North London, at North London Group Therapy and at Spiral.

About Counselling

Counselling is a talking therapy, which allows a person to talk about their problems and feelings in a confidential, safe and non-judgmental space.

A counsellor has been trained to work with difficult feeling and thoughts. Having the support and insight of a counsellor enables a person to explore things that have happened in the past, what is happening currently and what might lie ahead.

Integrative counselling offers an opportunity to use different techniques and theories; alongside talking these include working with dreams, drawing, mindfulness exercises, other forms of self-expression and self-exploration. This means that what is included in the sessions depends on what works for the individual.

Counselling can be used to address a variety of different issues including

Anxiety
Depression
Bereavement and loss
Abuse, such as bullying and sexual abuse
Relationship issues
Addictions
Eating disorders
Self-esteem issues
Creative blocks
Feelings of being ‘stuck’ or powerlessness.

Training, qualifications & experience

I undertook a 3 year training at Re-Vision

Where I gained a diploma in Integrative Psychosynthesis.

I also have a degree in Psychosocial Studies BA (hons) from UEL.

I am a registered member of the British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) and as such abide by their ethical framework

I regularly attend conferences and CPD (continuing professional development) courses.

Location Information

Concorde House Stour Street Canterbury

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