An interview with Caroline, person-centred counsellor
We feel very honoured to have Caroline Channon join the counselling team at the Therapy Rooms. Caroline brings a wealth of experience in her work as a person-centred counsellor.
How did you become a counsellor?
I have always had an interest in psychology and after beginning to study this I soon realised that counselling was my passion.
What do you enjoy about your work?
I enjoy working creatively integrating different theories into my practice with clients, because every person is a unique individual who need different things, to be able to grow in the way that enables them to lead a full and happy life.
Who comes to see you for counselling?
I see a variety of clients dealing with depression, anxiety, bereavement, relationship difficulties, low self esteem, cancer, or stress.
What happens during a typical session?
I provide a safe, non-judgmental and private environment for each person to explore their thoughts, feelings and emotions.
What are your five top health and well being tips?
[if !supportLists]* Self care
[if !supportLists]* [endif]Spending quality time with family and friends
[if !supportLists]* [endif]Mindfulness
[if !supportLists]* [endif]Yoga
[if !supportLists]* [endif]Self compassion
What’s next for you?
I would like to do some further studies in Transactional Analysis and to continue to develop and grow in my practice.