At the core of our business we aim to help individuals regain power over their lives, facilitate growth and build resilience. We do this by providing a professional, yet realistic, down to earth service.
Our passion lies with working alongside individuals to access their potential and help them build tools to become the best version of themselves. As such, we think our name speaks for itself.
About Virginia Brailsford MSc MBACP (Accred)
Virginia has a Master’s Degree in Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy and is a registered, accredited member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP). She has experience working with individuals who have experienced trauma, in particular sexual and domestic abuse and the complexities these issues may bring. Her passion is helping individuals recognise their strength and build their confidence.
She has in-depth experience and knowledge with working within prison settings and alongside emergency services.
The core approaches Virginia uses are Cognitive Behavioural therapy (CBT), Person-centred (PCA), Attachment Theory and Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR). By using these theories, she aims to tailor appropriate interventions collaboratively with individuals in a compassionate yet professional manner.
About Alice Yendle-Parsons MA MBACP (Accred)
Alice is an experienced and qualified integrative psychotherapist/counsellor, clinical supervisor and lecturer with a Masters Degree in her field. She is also an accredited registered member of the British Association of counselling and psychotherapy (BACP).
She is qualified to work with clients of all ages in individual, couple and family therapy.
Alice uses an integrative approach to therapy drawing on her qualifications in Psychodynamic, Systemic, Person Centred, Solution Focussed Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. She has extensive experience of working with clients with issues of abuse, mental health, suicidal thoughts and feelings, self-harm, relationship difficulties, affairs, betrayals, religion, culture, anxiety, stress, depression, loss and bereavement, life stages, sexuality/gender identity and substance misuse.