Carmen Marin Integrative psychotherapist , L35
Hello! My name is Carmen and I am working as a private practitioner.
I am an extremely, competent, positive and enthusiastic person. I’m the type of person that works well in hardworking environment. I have excellent interpersonal skills and communication; enjoy interacting with people that have different cultures and backgrounds. I like to help other people and feel that one of my strong points is my uplifting personality. The reason I become psychologist is to give people hope. I have 13 years experience working with children, adults, families and couples.
I can offer Person Centered Therapy, Integrative Therapies, Systemic Therapy and Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT).
I am an experienced therapist working in a private practice, with a wide range of clients, issues, situations and circumstances. I worked before in schools, drug and alcohol rehab and occupational health (EAP and assessments).
It never ceases to amaze me, the strength and courage my clients have in taking that first step into counseling.
I absolutely love what I do. I consider it a tremendous privilege to have helped and worked alongside so many people who have undergone personal growth and development, making sustainable changes to their lives for the better.
Training and qualifications
South Liverpool Domestic Abuse Services, Liverpool - Voluntary course on domestic violence and Freedom Program training
NCFE Level 2 qualification for Working in the Health Sector - North Lindsey College, UK
Equality and Diversity Level 2, Selby College, UK
BCS Level 2 Certificate in IT user Skills (ECDL Extra) (ITQ) - UK
Training Course in Couple & Family Therapy (equivalent of a Master degree plus supervision) – Association of Family and Couple Therapy, IASI, Romania:
- 500 hours-duration of theoretical and practical training
- 120 hours– duration of personal development
- 30 hours – duration of educational therapy
- 200 hours supervision
PGD in CBT - University of Salford, Manchester
Master Degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy- Salford University, Manchester - Person Centred Therapy
Graduate Member (MBPsS) and Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC) - The British Psychological Society, UK
Bachelor Degree and Teacher in Psychology - The Faculty of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Psychology - "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University
Counselling Students and Jobseeker (Person Centred or Integrative) : £30 (50 minutes)
Counselling Students and Jobseeker (CBT): £40
Children, Young People and Adults (Person Centred or Integrative): £35 (50 minutes)
Children, Young People and Adults (CBT): £45
Couple: £45 (60min)
Family: £60 (90min)
For children / young people, under 18 years old, a consent form from their parents / carers needs to be completed before the first session.
If the child is between 4 years old and 14 years old an initial meeting with parents / careers (without child) needs to be arranged and will be charged £30 and after I can start working with the referred child / young person. At the end of therapy if requested a review / feedback session may be organised (with the child) for 20 minutes, free of charge.
Cognitive behaviour therapy Couples therapy Family/Systemic Integrative Person-centred/humanistic Issues often worked with:
AddictionAnxietyBereavementCouple relationshipsCultural issuesDepressionFamily issuesTrauma Availability:
Has availability Therapy offered:
In personBy phoneOn videoBy email Client groups:
AdultGroupCouplesFamiliesAdolescentsChildren Member organisations:
Ell's Angel Counselling and Psychotherapy
I do online, telephone and email counselling also.