Philosophy and style of working:
Emma practices psychodynamic counselling which offers her clients a non-judgmental, supportive and confidential environment in which to explore whatever issues they wish to bring to counselling. Emma’s psychodynamic training enables her to help clients consider underlying reasons for present difficulties and offers the opportunity to change unhelpful patterns of behaviour.
- Registered member British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy
- Diploma in Psychodynamic Theory and Counselling
- Currently undertaking a post-qualification specialist training in working with adolescents and young people.
Training and Experience:
Emma is experienced in counselling individuals in the voluntary and charitable sectors, in addition to working in private practice. She offers both short and long-term counselling to adults and adolescents aged 14 and older.
Emma has been working as a counsellor with Time to Talk in Newbury since January 2018.
Emma holds a diploma in psychodynamic counselling which is accredited by the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy and validated by the British Psychoanalytic Council. She is a registered member of the BACP and follows their professional and ethical codes of working.