Dermot CoxIntegrative counsellor
I offer space for people who wish to explore fundamental issues. Some are driven to counselling by a current crisis that means they need support. Others have been managing perfectly well but decide that repeating destructive patterns or underlying dissatisfaction now deserve attention.
I hold a Diploma in Integrative Transpersonal Counselling from Re-Vision. This is 'counselling with a soulful perspective'. The strongest influence in the training is Jung. In this perspective, times of real difficulty or despair are seen as holding a potential for change and growth.
In our work you will be heard and witnessed. You will be able to share as much as you choose about your difficulties and the pain you may feel.
For three years I worked in the student counselling service of my local university. One theme I noticed is that many people are still deeply affected by the divorce of their parents.
Being connected to nature is important to me. I live in the Chiltern Hills in Buckinghamshire. My home consulting room is in my garden, with views over fields and woods. I can work with clients outdoors in nature.
Before becoming a counsellor, I worked as a marketing consultant in professional and financial services. I’m familiar with the tension this world creates between business success and personal life. I know the pressure it puts on building and sustaining relationships.
I will continue to offer sessions online for those who prefer this method or are unable to travel to the locations where I work face to face.
I welcome clients of all cultures, genders and sexual orientations.
I offer a free half-hour phone or video call to meet me and discuss the possibility of working together.
Issues often worked with
Types of therapy
Online and in person at my home consulting room in Buckinghamshire: £60
Sessions are 60 minutes
Training and qualifications
Diploma in Integrative Transpersonal Counselling from Re-Vision
Member of BACP