Janet Neville - MBACP (Reg) - Dip.Therapeutic Counsellor and Psychotherapist
 Person Centred and Intergrative

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Hi, my name is Janet, I am a professionally trained counsellor and psychotherapist. I work with adults 18 and over.

I am a warm, empathic person and I am committed to listening and understanding your problems no matter what they are.

I will enable a supportive, therapeutic relationship where you will not feel judged, and you will feel safe to explore your problems and share painful or confusing thoughts and feelings.

My counselling approach is Person Centred which holds a fundamental belief that you can grow and find your own answers to overcome your problems whilst being supported to do so in a therapeutic relationship where you are heard and listened to.

I work intuitively and holistically and provide an honest, open, safe, confidential and non-judgemental environment in which we can explore your difficulties. I will walk alongside you and help you to understand aspects of your self so that you can develop a healthier relationship with your thoughts and feelings and so enable you to make positive changes in your life and develop healthier patterns of relating.

About Me

As a Mental Health Advocate in the workplace, I have supported colleagues from a diverse range of backgrounds and gained a lot of experience dealing with mental health problems caused by workplace, family and financial pressures.

I worked as a counsellor in a carers centre counselling carers and people being cared for and I was a carer for my mother who suffered from Lewy Body Dementia, so I understand how ill health can impact mental health and the relationships of all involved.

I counselled people who were grieving, either because of bereavement or because of the loss of the life they had before their illness or caring for someone who was ill.

I have also worked as a counsellor for Place2be with primary school children and their families. I am a great believer that receiving counselling as a child can prevent deeper issues in later life and help a child grow towards being their authentic self who realises they are not what happened to them and do not need to live in the misery of their trauma and take it into their future. My work with adults will explore these childhood experiences either for the first time or by revisiting previous work. I will always ensure I work at a pace you are comfortable with.

I have particular experience in domestic violence & abuse, co-dependency and recovery from narcissistic abuse. I feel passionate that others can experience personal growth through counselling just as I did. I have personally experienced cognitive dissonance and post traumatic stress (PTSD) as a result of trauma caused by physical, emotional and financial abuse and I understand the complexities of these relationships.

I can help you to strengthen your boundaries, gain resilience and feel empowered so that you can experience healthy relationships and a fulfilling life.

Some of the issues I am experienced in working with are:

Addiction

Anxiety & Depression

Anger Management

Bereavement

Co dependency

Coping skills

Divorce

Domestic violence

Mood disorders

Narcissistic recovery

Relationship issues

Self esteem

Stress

Session fees

Face to face £50 - 60-minute session

Phone and online Appointments £50 - 60-minute session

My available days for appointments are: Tuesdays- 9am to 4.15pm, Fridays- 5.45pm to 8pm, Saturdays- 9am to 12.30pm.

 

Qualifications and Training

Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling Person Centred CPCAB September 2015 to September 2017

Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Studies August 2015

Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills February 2015

Mental Health First Aider Certificate MHFA England May 2019

Safeguarding and Protecting children 2019

Prevent training 2019

Play Therapy Place2be 2019

Understanding Developmental Trauma 2019

Understanding Self Harm 2018

Counselling Concepts 2007

I am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) which ensures professional and ethical practice and accountability. The BACP framework can be viewed at www.bacp.co.uk

I attend regular clinical supervision and engage in continual personal development to enhance my knowledge and keep up to date with changes and procedures in accordance with BACP guidelines.

I also have personal liability insurance.

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