Chloe Hedley

Chloe Hedley

Chloe Hedley

Individual Integrative Counsellor

Fees per session: £85

Chloe works within the Individual Counselling & Psychotherapy service at Leone Centre, also facilitator of Leone Centre psycho-educational events and workshops. Her experience in various counselling services offers valuable knowledge and experience to work with her clients.

An Integrative Counsellor (Dip Con MBACP) and a Member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), Chloe has particular expertise in attachment & trauma, co-dependency, power dynamics & relationships, addiction, stress, anxiety and depression with a focus on the underlying causes of the presenting issue including psychological, behavioural, social and psychosomatic dis ease. Driving change in the field, moving away from pathologizing trauma symptoms and healthy relationships for healing rather than medication for cure, Chloe’s clinical practice combines psychosexual, psychodynamic and transpersonal aspects with the core of the relationship at the heart of the work.

Understanding the significant role of culture and society on human development, the rapid transformations of modern society and the digital revolution and its’ wider implications has influenced Chloe counselling practice, where she has a special interest working with young adults age 18-35.

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I am a fully qualified and registered Integrative Counsellor (MBACP) with considerable experience working with diverse client groups, both adults and children. I offer adult one to one sessions at Leone Centre.

I work holistically with the interrelated biological, psychological and social needs of my clients with a focus on the underlying causes of the presenting issue including psychological, behavioural, social and psychosomatic dis ease. 

With a passion for the healing capacity of authentic connection and the power of self-awareness in fulfilment of human potential, I see my role as to help you use the safety of the therapeutic space as an active relationship for insight, healing, empowerment and growth. 

My theoretical orientation is Integrative – I draw on and combine a range of theories and approaches to facilitate my work.  These include Psychodynamic, Person Centred, Transpersonal and Attachment theories, Transactional Analysis and Gestalt Therapy.  

I have a special interest in: Relationships and Loneliness, Addiction and Co-Dependency, Attachment and Early Trauma, Loss and Greif, Anxiety and Depression.

My background and training in the evolution and function of society and human development have given me a solid foundation to continue to explore and work with the interconnection between culture, society and human development and how they manifests on an individual and collective level. The rapid transformations in modern society, the digital revolution and its’ wider implications has influenced my clinical practice whereby I have a special interest working with young adults 18-35.

Training, certificates and qualifications:

  • Level 5 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling – Richmond Adult Community College
  • BSocSc (hons) Degree in Sociology – University of Manchester
  • Counselling Studies – Lambeth College
  • Counselling Skills – Morley College
  • Stabilization with Dissociative Clients
  • From Heroin to Workaholism ‐ A Biopsychosocial Perspective
  • Addiction, Trauma, & Adverse Childhood Experiences: The Neuroscience behind Developmental/Attachment Trauma and Adverse Childhood Experiences
  • Mindfulness, Healing and Transformation: The Pain and the Promise of Befriending the Full Catastrophe
  • Attachment Theory 
  • Hidden Harm, Family Addiction

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