Caroline Hewitt - Counsellor
I am a qualified counsellor and have studied and work with a Person-Centred Approach. This means that my practice is based upon developing a relationship with you that has professional boundaries, within that I will be genuine and hope to understand who you are as a person and what it is like to be you, I will listen and explore without judgement in order to create a safe space where you can just be you.
Sometimes in this fast paced life we lose track of who we are and what we genuinely want for ourselves, it's easy to become overwhelmed and stuck. In my practice it is my aim to offer you a space where you can begin to unpick what is happening for you. Though I know it often doesn't feel like it, I believe that each person is unique and has an innate ability towards healing and in my role as a counsellor I will endeavour to journey alongside you as you discover this for yourself.
Working ethically is important to me and I aspire at all times to work within the BACP Ethical Framework for the Counselling Professions.
I have been working with clients within a variety of placement settings for many years and have experience of supporting people with issues such as: depression, relationships, historical abuse, bereavement, loneliness, life transitions, student support.
Sessions are 50 minutes long and are usually weekly, though we can discuss this.
How I can help
- Abuse, including physical and emotional
- Affairs and betrayals
- Anxiety / Stress / Work-related Stress
- Attachment disorder
- Autism / Asperger's Syndrome
- Bipolar disorder/Manic depression
- Carer support
- Chronic fatigue syndrome/ME
- Domestic violence
- Family issues
- Learning difficulties
- Low self-confidence and/or self esteem
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
- Pregnancy and birth / post-natal depression
- Relationship issues
- Seasonal affective disorder (SAD)
- Self-harm and feeling sad
- Separation and divorce
- Sexual abuse
- Suicidal thoughts
Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 6pm
- 17 to 25 years old
- 26 to 64 years old
- Mental health
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