Chaneille

Chaneille

Chaneille is currently working towards her MSc in integrative counselling and psychotherapy. As a registered student member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), she adheres to their code of ethics and guidelines for therapeutic practice.

She aims to provide unconditional support to help clients grow and develop a further understanding of themselves. Through utilising the following approaches; Person-Centred, CBT and Attachment Theory, she will tailor these approaches to the client’s needs while providing a safe environment, void of judgement to explore issues being faced.

Kassy

Kassy is a qualified Psychodynamic counsellor and is currently working towards a Post Graduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy. She is a registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). Kassy has experience of working with trauma, depression, anxiety and eating disorders.
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Mandy

Mandy

Mandy Wright is a BACP registered and accredited counsellor with 20 years’ experience, supporting children, young people, and families. Mandy has trained to support those experiencing difficulties with anxiety, attachment, behaviour, bereavement and loss, depression, domestic violence, drug and alcohol use and self-harm. Mandy has worked in areas such as education, health, youth offending, social care, residential care, multi-agency teams, community, and charity projects. Mandy is a qualified counsellor and has a Postgraduate Diploma in counselling and a Diploma in counselling children and young people, alongside a Postgraduate Diploma in systemic thinking and practice. She is passionate to support children, young people and families to explore relationship concerns together, improve communication and decrease conflict. Mandy works in an integrative way to provide an individualised approach to therapy, utilising her training in both Psychodynamic and Person-Centred counselling combined with the tools of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Dyadic Developmental Psychotherapy, Mindfulness and Creative therapies.

Sam

Sam is an Integrative Psychotherapist with a Psychodynamic orientation. This means she works in a variety of ways and ensure that you get the best possible support for the issues you want to explore. Sam has a level 4 Diploma in Counselling Practice and is a registered member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) and works within their Ethical Framework. Throughout her career history, she has committed to researching, tailoring, and applying a multitude of approaches that have been proven to support individuals in overcoming mental and emotional health issues. Several years of practice in the mental health field, has contributed to her firm belief, that we all have the capacity to overcome trauma, and difficult life experiences.

Drawing on theoretical knowledge and practical techniques to best serve the needs of her clients, Sam provides a safe, confidential and supportive space in which a trusting relationship can evolve.

Working holistically, Sam is interested to understand how you feel physically as well as emotionally, since our bodies often hold emotions which we have been unable to express and may use relaxation techniques, imagery and mindfulness as ways of exploring and understanding what you are experiencing.

Sam’s approach aims to ensure that individuals feel comfortable with a pace that feels right for them. Sam is supportive, non-judgemental, and robust enough to contain complex and painful issues.

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Sarah

Sarah

Sarah has worked as a counsellor since 1998 and is a registered, accredited member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) and a registered BAPAM practitioner (British Association for Performing Arts Medicine). She has many years’ experience working in Higher Education counselling university staff and students and has worked in secondary schools, health care, domestic abuse and eating disorders services. She also has specific experience of counselling trainee nurses and medics and practicing creatives, performers and musicians.

Sarah works from an integrative humanistic perspective and is also trained in the Sesame approach (drama, movement and sound in therapy). She has specialist training in working with menstrual cycle awareness, including supporting women through the psychological changes of menopause. She also offers therapy specifically related to climate issues and is a member of the Climate Psychology Alliance.

Approaches to therapy are based on the needs of the client and can range from a short-term practical focus to a creative and expressive exploration. Therapy can be online, by phone or at The Garden, an outdoor therapy centre just outside Derby, where there is the opportunity to work outdoors or ‘walk and talk.’