Integrative counselling and psychotherapy

Counselling and psychotherapy can be beneficial for personal or emotional difficulties that impact on your life. You may be struggling with a specific problem, have a long standing issue or simply have a sense that something isn’t quite right.

As a fully qualified integrative counsellor and psychotherapist, I have expertise in short and longer-term therapeutic work helping with a wide range of issues, which include:

• Depression
• Bereavement and loss
• Anxiety and panic attacks
• Low self-esteem
• Anger management
• Infertility
• Addiction
• Eating disorder
• Trauma
• Redundancy
• Jealousy
• Adoption issues
• Abuse
• Stress management
• Sexual and relationship issues
• attachment issues

My approach is to foster lasting change and growth in a warm and therapeutic relationship based on trust and respect. Depending on the nature of your presenting issue, I may incorporate elements of different approaches to suit your pace and preferred way of work:

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• Psychodynamic Therapy to uncover unconscious motivations by addressing
  the root cause rather than the symptoms of a problem
• Systemic Therapy to promote change by looking at how each person interacts
  in the couple, family and wider system
• Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with a focus on the present to look at learned
  behaviours and negative thought patterns whilst devising strategies to break
   out of the vicious cycles

“Thank you so much for your help and support over the last few months. You have helped me get my life back on track and words can't help describe how grateful I am. You are fabulous at your job and anyone who has the misfortune in their life will be lucky if they get to work with you on their recovery!"
Miss E, Bicester.

"Jennifer helped me to realise that my issues stemmed from my childhood and that these are not all my doing as they have affected me more than I realised whilst growing up."
Mr. B in Aylesbury.