Counselling and Therapy in Wokingham, Finchampstead and Eversley
WHO AM I?
I am Karen Warriner, a professionally qualified counsellor with a Foundation Degree in Humanistic Counselling (FdSc.). I am also a registered member of the British Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapists (MBACP).
I am a therapist who works with both adults and children in private practice, schools(Therapy in Schools) and the voluntary sector in Crowthorne, Bracknell, Finchampstead and Wokingham. I counsel clients presenting with issues such as anxiety, depression, self-esteem and relationship difficulties. I also work in a hospice supporting terminally ill patients, their families and the bereaved.
In addition, I have experience of supporting individuals with language and social communication difficulties, autistic spectrum, learning and behavioural difficulties and can work to meet individual needs.
When working with children, I also incorporate the language of play and creativity, using therapeutic resources to support the counselling process. I work with children as a counsellor from my private rooms in Wokingham and through our schools' service ( Therapy in Schools).
You can view my personal profile here (Counsellors' Profiles)
Counselling and Therapy in Wokingham and Finchampstead
WHO AM I?
I am Sara Thompson, a professionally qualified counsellor with a Foundation Degree in Humanistic Counselling (FdSc). I am also a registered member of the British Association and Counsellors and Psychotherapists (MBACP).
I love my work in private practice; every client is unique, bringing their own personal experience on life and meaning they attach to it. I can work short-term (although recommend a minimum of six sessions), or long-term, giving my clients as much time as they need to really explore patterns of behaviour and finding new ways to lead their lives to be as fulfilling as possible. As well as my private practice, for the last few years I have been part of the team at the counselling department at Royal Holloway University of London, working with young people whom may present with such issues as anxiety and depression, self-harm, exam stress and relationship difficulties to name but a few. I also have experience of working long term with adults of all ages through my work as a therapist in the voluntary sector at an agency serving Bracknell, Crowthorne and Wokingham.
Here are just a few testimonials from past clients; "I honestly believe that without your help, that my Christmas would have been so different as I would have been suffering from anxiety and depression again. For that I am so grateful".
"I would never have imagined I could feel so happy and comfortable in my own skin, or that I could respect and like myself as I do now .... so thank you".
"I appreciate your attentiveness, and I feel you have helped me during difficult times ...."
To see my personal profile, click here Counsellors' Profiles and go to the second paragraph.
WHAT DO WE OFFER?
We work as therapists in private practice together, conveniently based on the borders of Surrey, Hampshire and Berkshire, covering a wide area including Camberley, Bracknell, Crowthorne, Finchampstead, Wokingham and Reading. Coach House Counselling offers face-to-face counselling with both daytime and evening appointments available.
We are trained in Humanistic Counselling, offering a holistic and integrative therapeutic approach, using our core models of Person-Centred, Existentialism and Gestalt. As qualified professionals, we adhere to the BACP Ethical framework and it's values and principles.
From our private, counselling rooms in Finchampstead and Wokingham, serving surrounding areas of Bracknell, Crowthorne, Camberley and Reading, we offer a safe and nurturing environment, to explore your life challenges and experiences. Building a unique therapeutic relationship, enables you to develop your self-awareness and understanding. Through personal growth and self-trust, we believe you will find the resources and resilience within to cope with and adapt to situations. This in turn, will empower you to recognise and identify patterns of thinking and behaviour, to bring about positive change.
WHAT TO EXPECT
The first session will be an opportunity for you to explore with your counsellor what you wish to achieve from counselling. Your therapist will discuss your relevant history which may include; life experiences, previous counselling, family background and significant relationships, as well as your overall health and well-being. Further sessions will allow for exploration to develop deeper understanding to effect change and growth. Together we can agree on timescales for your counselling journey, be it short-term solution focused, or open-ended long term counselling.
ISSUES WE CAN HELP YOU WITH
We are experienced in helping clients who are finding it difficult to cope with:
* Relationship issues
* Low self-esteem
* Serious illness/ life limiting conditions
* Panic attacks
* Family break-down
These are examples of common issues, it is not intended to be an conclusive list. Please contact us with any other issues you may be experiencing to see if we can help!
FEES AND TERMS & CONDITIONS
£50 per session (50 minutes) for daytime appointments (8am-5pm) Monday to Friday.
£55 per session (50 minutes) for evening appointments (6pm-8pm) Monday to Friday.
Payments are by cash or by BACS transfer 24 hours in advance of appointment.
Please provide a minimum of 24 hours' notice of cancellation to avoid a 50% cancellation charge.
There is large pay and display car park opposite the Wokingham premises, rates at time of writing are £1.20 for two hours. Free parking is available at our Finchampstead premises.
Please email, text or phone for more information or any questions you may have. We aim to respond to client enquiries as soon as possible, normally within 24 hours.