CBT Therapist. Counsellor for children and adults.
Beth has a wealth of experience working and supporting young people and adults with emotional and psychological difficulties. Beth has been a counsellor for over 10 years working in high schools in Norfolk, voluntary organisations, charities and private settings. Beth treats each client as an unique individual hence aligning the counselling to suit their needs. Counselling is looking at past experiences, exploring these and finding a way of making sense of them, and self. This can encourage a reconnection of values and personal growth. Beth’s approach is proactive and compassionate. Due to development and emotional needs, Beth can work eclectically so working with different types of counselling and creative approaches in order to meet the needs of the client.
Beth specialises in the following: bereavement and loss, bullying, loneliness, identity, self harm, suicidal ideation, and relationships.
Beth is a trained Cognitive Behavioural Therapist and has worked for the NHS with adults. She currently works for an NHS online service and offers therapy to patients UK wide. Therapy involves looking at how thoughts can impact feelings and behaviours, and identifying the unhelpful patterns that emerge. By learning to challenge thoughts and changing behaviours can enable understanding, positive change and increased worth.
Beth has experience of working with the following: Depression, anxiety including health and social, OCD, phobias, panic, and PTSD (trauma).
Beth is registered and accredited with both BACP and BABCP and adhere to working ethically with her clients. She is committed to continually learn and develop in order to enhance her role as a therapist.
Beth’s inspiration for working as a therapist is with the clients she supports. “It’s a priviledge when a client has trust in me and allows me to step into their world. I view myself as being by the side of the client as they move towards self discovery, finding their true self, and making that first positive step”.