Trained as an integrative counsellor, I am qualified with an M.A Counselling and am a Registered Member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP).

I work one-to-one with people in the way that suits them most beneficially. This may involve exploring relationships from childhood; it may incorporate CBT techniques such as looking at and changing your thought processes; it may simply be the case that you need someone to listen and give you space to explore an important decision. 

Rachel Flemons, Counsellor

My only aim is to build a therapeutic relationship so that you have that safe, friendly and non-judgmental space to deal with your situation. As well as counselling adults using a combination of psychodynamic, CBT, systemic and person centred skills, I have a specialism in working with children; working with people who have learning difficulties and those on the autistic spectrum, as well as in working with creative media.

Training:

M.A. Counselling 

plus:

Disability Awareness

Client Confidentiality

Using Creative Media in the Counselling Room 

Working with Addiction and Bereavement

Working Creatively

Working with People whose Eating is Disordered

Certified Trauma Specialist

Post traumatic Stress Disorder

Level 4 Certificate Counselling Children (QCF)

plus:

Attachment Theory

Children's Emotional Wellbeing

Helping Children Tell Their Stories

Making Endings with Children

Self and Identity: Breaking Down   Barriers for Inclusion

Working with Children

Working with Difference and Diversity

Working with Looked After Children

Working with Metaphor

Rachel Flemons, BACP Registered Counsellor