Individual and Couples Counsellor
Individual and Couples Counsellor, author, supervisor and service manager, Rachel has over 10 years’ experience as a therapist.
Originally trained in the Person-Centred approach, Rachel has gone on to use an integrative approach to counselling with individuals, couples, and families.
Rachel is trained in various modalities to offer a blended approach to therapeutically support a wide range of issues both individual and relational; these include Solution-Focused and Systemic Practice.
She has extensive experience counselling in private practice and within a charitable organisation in a leadership and supervisory role and counselling youth, adults, families, and couples. With experience across anxiety, depression, conflict, poor communication, affairs, family breakdown, financial challenges, alcohol/drug addiction, lack of intimacy, parenting differences, stress, bereavement/loss, career change, abuse, and many others.
Helping individuals to develop autonomy and self-awareness.
Rachel values creating a warm and safe space for a couple to feel heard and share, whilst also maintaining neutrality and respecting differences. She helps couples to improve their communication with each other and their wider systems through exploring new meaning and understanding.
Rachel offers long-term and short-term online counselling and is a registered member of the BACP.