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Lucy has a Master's Degree in Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy and is an accredited registered member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP).
Lucy has worked with a whole range of ages and issues. She has worked with adults at several charities which help clients who might not normally be able to afford it to access counselling. She has worked with clients who have anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, agoraphobia and self-harming behaviour. She has an interest in Compassion Focused Therapy which is often used with clients who are very self-critical.
She has worked with primary school children in Nottingham, utilising play therapy to work with issues such as anger management and other behavioural problems which are affecting their school life.
Andy has a Master's Degree in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy and is an accredited registered member of the BACP. He draws on a variety of approaches so that he can meet the individual needs of his clients. He has worked for West Leicestershire MIND and Derby Counselling Centre and as a health worker supporting clients with Acquired Brain Injury.
He has specialist experience working with clients suffering from Depression and Anxiety using techniques derived from REBT (Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy), Compassionate Focused Therapy (CFT), Solution Focused Therapy (SFT) and Human Givens Approach. He also has experience dealing with workplace stress, OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder), Eating Disorders, Addiction(s), Alcoholism, Self Esteem, Assertiveness, Anger Management, Bereavement, Relationship Difficulties and Childhood Abuse.
Trish is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling (Psychodynamic) from Vaughan College, University of Leicester in 2002. This course is accredited by the BACP.
Over the last 6 years Trish has worked within the NHS as a counsellor in a GP surgery in Derbyshire. Her role has involved offering short term counselling to adults (18+), who struggle with issues such as depression, anxiety, bereavement and loss, relationship difficulties, and the impact of childhood sexual and physical abuse. For several years prior to this, Trish offered long term counselling primarily with adult survivors of abuse and with women with low esteem and confidence, in voluntary organisations in Burton and Nottingham.
Using a psychodynamic approach, Trish's work may involve helping to gain insight and to better understand how events from the past can continue to impact on present life and relationships. For example, identifying and working on any unhelpful patterns that get repeated in relationships/within families/at work.
Miricia has a B. Psych degree, an Honours degree in Psychology, and has done postgraduate studies in Sociology (Group Dynamics). She also has a Masters of Science Degree in Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy. She is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).
Miricia has worked as a voluntary counsellor and Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) counsellor in South Africa with clients with diverse issues. She has also worked in the mental health field for the NHS in London. She has diverse experience of working with clients with enduring mental health issues.
Miricia works with many issues, including family problems, self-harming behaviour, low self-esteem, depression and anxiety, trauma and abuse, social issues and addiction. She also has a special interest in working with eating disorders, gender and sexuality, and clients with a psychiatric diagnosis like schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
Gary has a BSc in Humanistic and Integrative Therapy and is a member of the BACP. He is starting a Masters in Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy to add to his wealth of experience in working with young people.
Gary works relationally with his clients as he believes they are the experts on their experience. He offers both long term therapy and short term Solution Focused Therapy for what is best suited to each client’s needs.
Gary works with many issues including anxiety, depression, eating disorders, trauma, neglect, disassociation and anger management. He has extensive experience and is passionate about working with hard to reach vulnerable young people.
Jack has a Master's Degree in Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy and is a registered member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP).
He is an Integrative Psychotherapist combining approaches from Person-centred therapy (PCA) Cognitive Behavioural therapy (CBT) and Attachment theory. He also utilises Compassion Focused Therapy and Schema Therapy where appropriate for the client. Jack has experience working in Education, Private therapy and NHS talking therapies (IAPT).
Jack has worked with (but is not limited to) - Anxiety, Depression, Bereavement, Self-criticism, Anger Management, Relationship issues, Autism and counselling, Self-Harming and Low Self-Esteem.
Luke holds an MSc in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy from the University of Derby, is a registered member of the BACP, and has higher education qualifications in Social Psychology, Development Psychology, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Philosophy.
Luke works as an integrative counsellor, incorporating a Person-Centered approach with Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy and Attachment theory, depending on the needs of each client. He has experience working in a mentoring role with children at a primary school in South Wales, and with adolescents at an English language school in Belgium.
A musician at heart, Luke is also a Grade 8 guitarist and holds a BSc First Class Honours degree in Sound Technology.
Virginia has a Master's Degree in Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy and is a registered, accredited member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP).
The main therapeutic approaches Virginia uses are Person-centred (PCA), Attachment Theory and Cognitive Behavioural therapy (CBT). By using these theories, she aims to tailor appropriate interventions collaboratively with individuals in a compassionate yet professional manner.
She has experience working with individuals who have experienced sexual abuse, rape, eating disorders and drug and alcohol addictions and the complexities these issues may bring. She also has in depth experience and knowledge with working with female offenders within prison settings.
Karen has completed a level 4 Diploma in Counselling Practice and is a member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) and works within their Ethical Framework. The main therapeutic approaches Karen uses are Humanistic, Person Centred, Gestalt and Existential, but she specialises in Psychodynamic counselling.
Karen works with her clients to bring the unconscious mind into consciousness - helping them to unravel, experience and understand their true, deep-rooted feelings in order to resolve them. This approach takes the view that our unconscious holds onto painful feelings and memories, which are too difficult for the conscious mind to process. Karen may focus on patterns of behaviour and attachment theory with her clients whilst working with them to explore how their history is impacting on their present day life.
Karen has 25 years’ experience of coaching and mentoring adults and experience of working with clients of all ages on bereavement, suicide, anxiety, sexual abuse, relationship and family problems.
Jo has a BSC in Integrative and Humanistic therapy and studied at the Sherwood Institute in Nottingham. She is a registered member of BACP and is currently working towards professional accreditation.
Joanne uses different approaches in her work such as Person Centred, Gestalt, Psychodynamic theories and TA. Her work is client led, meaning that she works with whatever issues the client may bring, at a pace that suits them as an individual.
Joanne has an interest in the links between our physical and emotional wellbeing, and illnesses such as ME/CFS, Fibromyalgia and other medically unexplained symptoms.
In her previous career, Joanne worked in Early Years care. This has given her a sound understanding of human development and attachment styles. She uses this as the foundation of her client work, and often uses creative interventions to work with the ‘inner child’.
Sandra has a BA (Hons) in Humanistic Counselling Practice from the University of Nottingham, a Diploma in Person-Centred Counselling and is a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).
Sandra has seven years’ clinical experience working with all ages, individuals, couples and groups. She has extensive counselling experiencing encompassing a range of issues including depression, anxiety, domestic abuse, severe and enduring mental health issues, relationship and grief counselling, drugs and alcohol, suicidal ideation, OCD, PTSD and sexual abuse.
Sandra also practises hypnotherapy and has 4 years’ experience using the Rewind technique for trauma.
Sandra has worked extensively in Nottingham city schools, for charities in Nottingham and within mental health for the NHS.
Sue has a BACP accredited Postgraduate Diploma in Counselling Studies from the University of Nottingham and graduated with an Honours degree in Psychology from the University of Lincoln. In addition, Sue is currently completing a Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). She is a registered member of BACP.
Sue's main theoretical approach is person-centred but incorporates additional approaches such as CBT and solution-focused work to reflect client need.
Sue has worked in prison settings for issues ranging from depression and anxiety, PTSD and substance misuse. She has also worked with women and children fleeing domestic abuse situations when the focus has required crisis management and self-esteem.
Sue has also gained experience as an advocate of working with vulnerabilities and complex needs clients.
Hi, my name is Laura Humphrey. I'm in my final year of an MSc in Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy at Derby University. My background is working in mental health, mainly community based, and I also worked at Derby Royal for some time in the neuro-rehabilitation department. I decided to study the course I'm now doing due to a desire to help people beyond what my work in the community allowed me to do.
I have a passion for helping people to allow them to live a more comfortable lifestyle. I also have an NVQ level 3 in Health and Social Care and two diplomas in Mental Health and Psychiatry. I look forward to my working week at Green Lane Counselling & Psychotherapy, with excellent therapists.
I am an Integrative therapist, working with Person Centred and Psychodynamic approaches and I am a registered member of the BACP. I will offer you the time, space and skills in a safe, supportive environment to enable you to think through and unravel the difficulties in your life. As children we have experiences that teach us how to relate to others and to the world around us. This continues to affect how we think and behave as adults and sometimes these effects can become unhelpful to us in our everyday life. My integrated therapy is based on the values of respect, empathy and genuineness for you, the client, and is centred around your individual needs, in the here and now.
During the counselling process, I will apply the appropriate theory and practice in order to help you facilitate change. I will offer support and understanding during the process of difficult events, including transitions, re-building your self-trust and internal resources, attachment, childhood issues, relationship problems, anxiety, depression and bereavement. For a lot of men and women, taking the first step to seek counselling is often a very difficult one, but once you have taken that step you have started your journey that will lead you on an emotional, mental and physical journey that will empower you to make the changes to manage the situations in your life.
Stephanie has a Master's Degree in Dramatherapy and is a member of the Health Care Professionals Council (HCPC) and the British Association of Dramatherapists (BADTH). Dramatherapy is a psychological therapy that draws upon creative aspects to provide distance and safety for in-depth explorations into personal issues.
Working from a client-led approach, she aims to enable self-expression, self-care and empowerment. Stephanie uses aspects such as stories, objects, masks and art. She has experience working with survivors of childhood sexual abuse, as well as working with children in schools. She has worked with a range of issues including suicidal thoughts, self-harm, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, self-esteem and behavioural problems.
My name is Anna. I am an integrative counsellor, accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and member of the British Infertility Counselling Association (BICA). I hold a Certificate in Couples Counselling.
My professional experience of providing counselling includes work at a Fertility Clinic, Universities, Relate, NHS and IAPT agencies.
I believe that there is real potential for change held in the relationship between psychotherapist and client.
My aim is to offer you a safe, confidential and trusting space where you feel able to explore what has brought you to therapy. I have worked with different groups of clients, from small children through students to adults and couples and Diplomas in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Coaching.
Some of the issues I have helped with are anxiety, depression, fertility and pregnancy-related issues, eating disorders, bereavement, trauma and work-related difficulties.
Hello, my name is Chanel and I am committed to supporting you to overcome the issues in your life and feel better. As an Integrative Psychotherapist/Counsellor I combine CBT, Attachment and Person-Centred therapy. I help clients with all types of issues from anxiety/depression, bereavement to relationships and habits/addictions.
After seeing me, clients often say they experienced a safe, accepting and confidential space to explore their issues along with just the right amount of challenge to move forward and progress.
With other professional qualifications and experiences you will be in the hands of an effective therapist. These include - a degree in Psychology, Hypnotherapy, Mindfulness, NLP, Life Coaching, Yoga, Massage and Sign Language. In addition, I am working towards an MSc in Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy.
David is a BSc (Hons) Psychology graduate and is currently undertaking his Masters in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy at the University of Derby. He is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). David utilises techniques from three different counselling modalities; person centred, cognitive behavioural therapy and also attachment theory, allowing him to be able to utilise and integrate these skills with each individual client, whatever they may bring to the session.
David has previous experience working in various substance and alcohol misuse services in Derby and has been working with people recovering from substances and alcohol for the last 4 years.
Hello, my name is Gemma. I have Post Graduate certificates in Dyslexia and Counselling Skills, and Integrative Psychotherapy. I am currently working towards an MSc in Integrative Psychotherapy at the Sherwood Psychotherapy Training Institute in Nottingham and am a student member of the UKCP.
Psychotherapy can help you better understand yourself and your relationships with others. Unconscious feelings, motivations and behaviour can be brought into your awareness with the belief that insight can unlock greater understanding and help promote change.
My approach is to provide a safe, welcoming space where you can explore your feelings, emotions and experiences, helping you come to your own understanding and decisions.
I am very interested in human relationship dynamics, links with development, and how early experiences can shape our lives. I work relationally, meaning that the relationship between myself and my clients is an important aspect of the therapy.
I have experience working with individuals with mental health issues and presenting issues such as anxiety, depression, low self-esteem and trauma.
Of particular interest to me are trauma, shame, and addiction.
Hello, my name is Jenny. I am a BSc (Hons) graduate in Psychology joint with Theatre Studies and am currently working towards my Postgraduate Certificate in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy. I am a student member of the BACP and follow their guidelines and code of ethics.
I aim to combine elements from the Person-Centred Approach, Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy and Attachment Theory to tailor every session to the individual. I will listen to anything that might be going on for you and will work in collaboration with you towards your goals.
Having a background in the arts, I also have a strong interest in working creatively and creating a safe space for everyone to express themselves freely.
I am bilingual and can offer therapy sessions in German as well.
Hi, my name is Sam. I am a BSc (Hons) graduate in Psychology. I am currently working towards an MSc in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy at Derby University and I am a student member of the BACP following their guidelines and codes of ethics.
I work integratively combining the Person Centred Approach, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Attachment Theory, tailoring every session to individual needs. I offer a safe, non-judgemental and confidential environment whereby clients are able to explore their thoughts, emotions and experiences and work towards their individual goals.
I have a working background volunteering at a domestic abuse charity supporting victims of domestic violence. I have also worked voluntarily as a mentor and a teaching assistant supporting disadvantaged and disengaged young people with a range of issues including anxiety, depression, self-harm and family issues.
Louise is Currently working towards her MSc in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP accredited) at the University of Derby. Louise is a student member of the BACP adhering to their code of ethics and practice standards.
Louise has a background in Education, holding a BSc (Hons) degree in Education Studies, with a particular interest in behaviourism.
Working integratively, Louise combines Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, a Person-centred approach and Attachment Theory in order to tailor therapy to suit clients’ needs. Louise believes in offering clients a safe non-judgmental and confidential space through which clients can comfortably share thoughts, emotions and experience in addition to working together to achieve clients’ goals.
Louise has recent experience working in a substance misuse centre with clients who are struggling with addiction and also with clients post-detox. In this context, Louise has gained experience working with addiction, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, suicidal ideation, family issues, bereavement, loneliness and anger.