Person-centred counselling and humanistic therapy
Person-centred counselling is based on the belief that the person is the expert on themselves. You gently work with the therapist to together to heal past and present issues in a way that is unique to you by discovering and encouraging self-awareness as well as self-worth, through talking and reflecting in an empathic, non-judgmental and confidential way.
Julie Hurst is a Humanistic therapist who uses a Person–Centred approach to develop a strong and healthier sense of self.
Julie is an an experienced counsellor with who is able to help with a number of issues from depression, social anxiety, trauma, and lack of confidence. Julie is a member of the BACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists).
To make an appointment call Julie on 07940 745649 or message her through her facebook page JKA Counselling.
Caroline Channon is a person-centred counsellor who provides a safe, non-judgmental and private environment for each person to explore their thoughts, feelings and emotions.
Caroline is experienced in working with people dealing with depression, anxiety, bereavement, relationship difficulties, low self esteem, cancer, or stress.
Caroline came to counselling after studying psychology. She has a Foundation Degree in Science in Person Centred Counselling from the University of Brighton and Diplomas in Childhood & Adolescent Psychology and Abnormal Psychology from Birbeck University London. Caroline is a member of the BACP.
To make an appointment with Caroline then please call her on 07736 925773 or email her at email@example.com.