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Counselling

Dave Woodall

Dave Woodall, counsellingFurther to an engineering background David qualified with a Diploma in (Rogerian) Person Centred Counselling from the University of Warwick in 1997. He subsequently worked as a telephone counsellor for an international counselling support provider and went on to coordinate a voluntary counselling service at the same time as expanding his private practice.

David works both from his own rooms and as a joint practitioner at the Rugby Osteopathic Centre, where he has worked since 1997, with adults and young people in both short term and longer term therapy. During that time he has received referrals from local employers and GP surgeries in addition to self-referral arrangements made privately. Issues that have been presented  include bereavement, relationship breakdown, loss, stress and anxiety, anger and work related difficulties.

As part of his commitment to growth and development David has gained a Post Diploma Certificate in Counselling Supervision and in 2007 gained a Master’s Degree in Counselling Studies at University of Nottingham. David says “I have a core belief that with the right conditions growth, development and constructive change can and does take place. I value everyone’s unique experience as individuals and the importance of that individual being heard and recognised."     

He is a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy BACP and adheres to the Ethical Framework for Good Practice. In addition, David has a strong commitment to the Person Centred modality of counselling and to that end also has membership of BAPCA, British Association for the Person Centred Approach.

Sue Woodbridge

Sue Woodbridge, counsellingMBACP (Accred)

Sue qualified as a counsellor in July 2010 and completed a First Class Honours Degree in Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy at the University of Warwick in 2012. 

Sue is an accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), listed on the BACP Register of Counsellors and Psychotherapists, and is bound by its Ethical Framework. Her aim is to enable clients to explore their difficulties within in a safe, non-judgemental and trusting professional relationship.

Sue has experience working with a wide range of clients including children, young people and adults. She is able to work with all issues a client may bring to therapy including work related issues and relationship concerns. Sue has additional specialist training and experience in working with clients who have experienced sexual abuse and with clients who experience difficulties following bereavement.

Sue’s previous qualifications include BA(Hons) Chemistry (University of Oxford) and  PGCE (University of Exeter). Prior to becoming a counsellor Sue was a teacher in the UK, teaching in primary schools and later running classes for parents and carers. She also worked in Bhutan as an advisory teacher for two years as part of Voluntary Services Overseas.

Sheena Carroll

Sheena Carrol, counsellingMBACP BA(hons)

Sheena qualified as a Counsellor in July 2011 completing a BA(Hons) degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy at the University of Warwick.

Sheena is a Member of the British Association for Counsellors & Psychotherapy (BACP), she is listed on the BACP Register of Counsellors & Psychotherapists & is bound by the Ethical Framework. Sheena aims to work professionally with each client in a non judgmental and accepting way enabling clients to explore their feelings in a safe environment.  

Sheena has a wide range of counselling experience working with adults, children & teenagers in varying settings including education, hospices, GP surgeries and in private practice. Sheena has had additional specialist training in depression & anxiety, sexual abuse, domestic violence and bereavement.  

Sheena is committed to improving her knowledge & experience through personal development as a way to help others who are experiencing emotional difficulties.  

If you would like to discuss anything further or would like to make an appointment, you can contact Sheena by e-mail sheenajane@hotmail.co.uk or by telephone 07860870158

Louise Dunphy

Louise Dunphy, counselling

MBACP BA(hons)

Louise studied Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy at Warwick University, qualifying in 2013. As a commitment to her professional development, Louise decided to enhance her qualification by then successfully completing her BA (Hons) in 2014. This qualification provided  an extensive knowledge of working creatively in therapy as well as working with alcohol and drug addiction, abuse and mental health issues. 

Through her work within a sexual health setting since 2005 Louise has experienced presentations of rape, sexual abuse, as well as coming to terms with life changing illnesses.  

Since 2011 Louise has been working as a counsellor at West Leicestershire Mind,  working with a variety of issues ranging from depression, anxiety, stress, abuse, relationship difficulties, addictions, rape, bereavement, work related issues and low self- esteem. 

Louise is a member of The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), and as such adheres to their ethical framework, which promotes a safe non-judgemental environment in which clients are able to explore any difficulties they may be experiencing.

Fiona Burton

Fiona Burton, counselling MBACP  

Fiona is a qualified counsellor and psychotherapist, with a Degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy from the University of Warwick. As a member of The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) Fiona adheres to their ethical framework, which promotes a safe non-judgemental environment in which clients are able to explore any difficulties they may be experiencing.      

In her work as a counsellor, Fiona has had experience of supporting people with a wide range of issues such as anxiety, betrayal, emotional abuse, depression, relationship issues and low self-esteem. She has also had further training in and experience of supporting, both men and women around pregnancy issues, particularly: miscarriage, baby loss, infertility, post-natal anxiety and depression, and diagnosis of disability.  

Fiona says, “It may be hard for you to believe that things can be different. I understand that considering counselling can be daunting, but it can also be life-changing. As a trained person-centred counsellor and psychotherapist, I believe that you are the expert in what is best for you and I can help you make the changes and shifts in behaviour that will help you feel less anxious and have more control in your life. I help by focusing on the relationship between us, and bring the way you relate to yourself-and to others-to your awareness.”    

Qualifications:
Degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy – University of Warwick
Certificate in Psychology- University of Warwick  

To answer any questions you may have, or to book an appointment, Fiona can be contacted on:

Tel: 07988 354 635
E-mail: fiona@newinsighttherapy.co.uk
Website:
Psychology Today - Fiona Burton

 

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