Eugene Doyle (pictured) is a Jungian Psychotherapist having trained at the Guild of Analytical Psychologists. Eugene has extensive experience of the mental health sector having worked previously as a social worker for a number of years. He has also worked in the hospice sector and has helped clients with bereavement counselling. Eugene sees adults for individual therapy and his approach is to focus on the individual rather than the specific problem. He sees clients from diverse backgrounds and helps people suffering from a range of issues including anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, psychological crisis, panic attacks and bereavement.
Eugene describes his practice as having a spiritual component to help clients find meaning to their lives and to their psychological suffering. He works with dreams and drawings to help clients gain meaning to their inner world of the unconscious.
You can contact Eugene on 07531 780 208 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrea Blair (pictured) is an art psychotherapist who offers individual short or open-ended therapy for adolescent and adult clients. Andrea is an integrative therapist and draws upon a range of psychological and creative approaches so that she can tailor the therapy to your needs which may change and develop as the therapy progresses.
Andrea holds a Masters degree in Integrative Arts Psychotherapy from the Institute for Arts in Therapy and Education and a B.Ed. (Hons) degree. She also completed a Diploma in Counselling Children & Adolescents and a Certificate in CBT Skills. A session with Andrea is likely to involve a conversation that encourages curiosity in any aspects of your self that you might struggle to express and where appropriate makes use of the arts, creativity and the imagination to support this journey.
Kirsty Rankine (pictured) is a psychotherapist working with individuals on both a short and long term basis and she is committed to offering a confidential, safe, warm and supportive therapeutic space. She has experience in working with people of diverse backgrounds, cultures and sexual orientations. She works with people suffering from a range of issues including stress, anxiety, depression, panic attacks, eating disorders and experiences of trauma or abuse. She trained in Core Process Psychotherapy at the Karuna Institute and received her Master’s qualification from Middlesex University. She is accredited by the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP) and is also a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). In addition, she is a member of the Association of Core Process Psychotherapists (ACPP) and she abides by the Code of Ethical Practice of these organisations.
Core Process Psychotherapy integrates perspectives and skills from Western psychotherapeutic approaches along with Buddhist understandings of the healing power of non-judgemental awareness and mindful attention. Rather than trying to fix or forcefully change things, Core Process Psychotherapy emphasises the value of embodied presence by meeting pain in a mindful way – through qualities of acceptance, kindness and compassion. As these healing qualities are experienced, greater space and freedom around issues can naturally emerge. Mindful awareness can also facilitate deeper insight into the origins of issues and places of stuckness, and lead to seeing what else is needed for greater healing and transformation to take place. In addition to bringing awareness to thoughts, feelings and the body, when appropriate Core Process Psychotherapy also works with other means of expression and insight such as dreams, drawing and imagery.
You can contact Kirsty on 07570 384 639 or by email email@example.com
Visit Kirsty’s website http://www.kirstyrankine.com
Rebecca Wells (MBACP) is an integrative counsellor specialising in working with young people and their families. Rebecca has 17 years experience of working with young people from newborn right through into adulthood and with a range of complex needs, and with particular experience in working with people with Asperger Syndrome.
For the last 6 years Rebecca has been the Lead Counsellor at a secondary school in South East London, and also has a private practice here at Newlands Park. Rebecca completed her degree in counselling from Greenwich University in 2010, she provides one to one, short term or open ended counselling for young people from 11-25 years old.
Rebecca has trained to use Petruska Clarkson’s 5 stage model which combines Person-Centred, Psychodynamic and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). The integration of different approaches means that therapy can be tailored to each individual client, and to meet a variety of needs and concerns.
Please feel free to contact her to arrange an appointment or for further information on 07533 249 175 or, firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit Rebecca’s website at www.rwellscounselling.co.uk
Noel Bell (pictured) is a UKCP accredited integrative transpersonal counsellor and psychotherapist offering short term counselling and long term therapy for a range of issues including anxiety, depression, addictions and relationship difficulties. Noel trained at the Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy Education (CCPE) in London, the largest transpersonal training institute in Europe. Noel has spent the past 20 years exploring personal growth, inner transformation and recovery from addictions. Noel offers a holistic approach and utilises tools and techniques drawn from Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), Transactional Analysis (TA), Person Centred and Existential. Noel adheres to the Code of Ethics and Practice of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) and the Ethical Code of the UK Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP).
Check out Noel’s interview with Brant Cortright, Professor of Psychology at the California Institute of Integral Studies, on the integrative approach to counselling and psychotherapy.