New appointment: £80.00
Follow-up appointment: £80.00
In her capacity as an integrative therapist, Rachel has a toolbox of several therapeutic techniques. She is experienced in various types, including cognitive behaviour therapy, mindfulness as well as integrative, person-centred/humanistic, psychodynamic and solution-focused therapies. She tailors her therapeutic approach to every patient’s individual needs and does not work according to the ‘one-size-fits-all’ method.
As a women’s counsellor, Rachel provides personalised therapy to women who have or are undergoing domestic violence. She has also worked for a homeless charity organisation to provide individual-based long-term therapy for adult victims of complex trauma. She also set up a 30-day reflective practice group and critical debriefing as and when necessary for the staff of the organisation.
Rachel can be reached for pro bono consultations along with requests to volunteer or to join non-profit boards.
Rachel has spent many years working within a variety of professional settings, creating a therapeutic space and honing a sensitive and considered approach that makes for a welcoming, safe and contained environment. This counselling environment means that, in reality, therapy is much less daunting and scary than one might imagine. She is trained to listen and this practised skill, combined with a carefully constructed environment, means her patients can begin to explore the aspects of their life that they feel are the most difficult.
Primary Clinical Qualification
British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Registered Counsellor and Psychotherapist since January 2015
Other Clinical Qualifications
Master of Science with Merit: Therapeutic Counselling, University of Greenwich, September 2014