Lorraine is a MBACP and NCS accredited counsellor. She has experience working with families and teenagers, in online and face to face settings. She has experience dealing with crisis situations.

She knows how hard it is choose the right therapist, and so she provides a calm, safe and non-judgmental space for her clients to explore whatever is on their minds, listening and helping them to initiate change.

She encourages clients to view issues from a different perspective, gaining more awareness into their own feelings, thoughts and behaviours. She supports her clients to help them manage their relationships in a healthier and balanced manner.

Lucy is a psychotherapist, art therapist, ecotherapist, photographer and nature lover who lives and works in the High Peak of Derbyshire. Lucy works in a person-centred way with parents who have lived experience of childhood trauma or neglect, who are parenting a neurodivergent child or are neurodivergent themselves, and who are struggling with other issues of illness, bereavement and/or disability. Lucy is able to help you navigate all kinds of complex parenting challenges, sensitively and safely. Please ask about using optional art and ecotherapy techniques in your sessions if you would like to.

Debra is a registered BACP counsellor. She specialises in women’s issues and trauma. She has worked with drug and alcohol misuse for 7 years. She has experience on issues such as domestic abuse, bullying, low self esteem, anxiety, depression, relationship issues, and food issues amongst others. Debra works with different types of therapy, depending on her client’s issues. She is essentially a humanistic counsellor, using person centred modality as well as existential and gestalt. Debra also incorporates cognitive behavioural therapy, solution focused therapy, dialectical behaviour therapy and creative techniques. 

Beth is a Person Centred Counsellor with 6+ years of qualified experience. She has experience in helping clients with different issues/situations including stress and anxiety, relationship issues, family conflicts, & coping with grief and loss. Beth believes in providing you with non-judgemental, unbiased support and believe in treating everyone with respect, sensitivity, and compassion. She will allow you to steer our conversation and make your own decisions alongside her gentle support and facilitation. Beth aims to help you with any doubts regarding your parenting and would like to be a support system in place to facilitate your growth in confidence and offer reassurance. Taking the first step to sign up for therapy can take courage – Beth will do her best to help you grow and move forward with any current issues regarding yourself and your children.

Randa Barnes is a person centred counsellor who has been in practice for over twelve years counselling experience in various settings such as children, adults, couples, ethnic minorities, university students, refugees and asylum seekers. Her great passion is bringing healing to people who have been through a traumatic/stressful experience. She tries to help clients reframe their perceptions of themselves, and strengthen their relationships so that they can know themselves as peaceful and complete whole. The counselling journey is such that not a single approach is effective for every individual. Randa has been trained in a range of modalities including integrative approach, Family Therapy, and CBT. She also have a diploma in counselling children and young people. Her educational background consists of a bachelors in English Language & Literature, a master’s degree in Philosophy, a Diploma in Advanced Therapeutic Skills and an Intermediate Level in Family Therapy. Randa enjoys spending time with her family, travelling, meeting people and volunteering.

Heleen is an experienced parenting counsellor as well as an organisational psychologist. She understands the complexity and challenges of working parents. Working currently as a therapeutic coach in private practice, her specialisations include; bullying, anxiety, emotional development, resilience, parenting through the teenage years and post-separation parenting. Heleen has a strong belief in early-intervention approaches and psycho-education with the aim to be solution-focused in her work.

Heleen is the mother of three teenage boys.

Rosie is a licensed counsellor for both children and adults in the UK. She has many years of counselling and teaching experience. Rosie has experience in helping people with stress, anxiety, relationship issues, family conflicts, trauma and abuse. She also supports children struggling with anxiety in academic studies. Rosie believes in treating everyone with respect, sensitivity, and compassion. As an experienced teacher, with roles in educational leadership and as an additional needs teacher, Rosie has the experience and skills to support both parents and children with the aim to empower them in their life’s journey.

Jo is a MBACP qualified counsellor with 12 years of experience. She has extensive experience working with adults, young people and children on issues such as depression, anxiety, eating disorders, suicide, addition and learning disabilities. Jo’s goal is to support their clients so they can achieve their goals. 

Kasia is a qualified and BACP accredited integrative counsellor with teaching background. Her teaching qualifications and experience equipped her with a comprehensive knowledge of child development and the learning process. Since 2010 Kasia has worked therapeutically with adults, children and young people in school, voluntary settings and most recently, online. In her practice, she draws on theories taken from different modalities and integrate them into a coherent framework. Kasia believes that the focus of integration is the therapeutic relationship and person-centred concepts referring to the quality of the relationship. However, she also values and uses theories and strategies from other counselling modalities such as psychodynamic, CBT, solution focused and creative therapies. Kasia’s work is also informed by insight from attachment theory, polyvagal theory and trauma research. Kasia also has a lot of experience of supporting parents, carers and teachers regarding children’s emotional, social and behavioural difficulties as well as challenges related to neurodiversity and special educational needs.

Kim is a qualified counsellor since 1994. She originally trained at the London School of Counselling and Psychotherapy. She is registered with the BACP and is listed on their approved register. Kim also holds certificates in child care and autism awareness. She has extensive experience working with children, young adults, and couples in various settings. She specialises in anxiety, stress and anger management, and depression, as well as in bereavement and loss, self-esteem issues, separation and divorce, domestic violence, and remaining childhood issues and traumas. Kim works generally in a person centered manner, which is the belief that we can all find the answers and solutions to our problems from within ourselves when offered a safe and trusting environment to explore them. She also draws from other theories and includes a combination of tools and exercises in her therapy to aid in self growth, understanding, and develop awareness.

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