Relationship Psychotherapy and Counselling
Philosophy and Style of Working:
Jo uses the ‘psychodynamic’ method of counselling clients, which explores presenting issues and making links with unconscious connections and past experiences. We develop many strategies (often unconscious) to help us to manage the complexities of our relationships with others. Difficulties can arise in areas such as; sex, money, parenting, anger, violent behavior, boredom, intimacy, gender roles, sexual identity and many more.
Working with clients who are married, single, co-habiting or separated, heterosexual, gay, lesbian and from differing ethnic backgrounds, she provides a safe and confidential space within they can be heard. Offering an environment where thought, reflection and expression are encouraged so that a deeper understanding and awareness can be reached.
An initial assessment session lasting 1 hour, enables us to open up a dialogue in which we can explore your needs and assess whether regular, ongoing therapy sessions are likely to be appropriate and beneficial to you.
- Accredited Member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.
- Certificate in Psychodynamic Counselling (W.P.F. London)
Emotionally Focused Therapy – Level 1.
Training and Experience:
Jo has been working with couples and individuals over the past 8 years, with a specific focus on their relationship issues. Graduating from the Tavistock Centre for Couple Relationships in early 2010 with over 700 clinical hour’s experience, Jo is now offering her support in her local areas of Newbury and Marlborough.
As an Accredited Member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy, Jo adheres to the BACP’s code of conduct and ethical practices and works within their framework and guidelines.