Emma Bradshaw Person-centred/humanistic counsellor , E18
At times we all feel like something is not right, but we can't make sense of what it is that's wrong.
Or that we know what is going on, but it doesn't feel right to share it with the people closest to us because it might be hard for them to hear, they have their own stuff going on, or that we worry it will change the way they see us.
This is where counselling can make a difference.
As a counsellor, I have worked with a wide range of clients wishing to explore and tackle an array of matters including depression, anxiety, relationship issues, bereavement, anger, poor self-esteem, as well as those wishing to find a space for personal development or self-reflection and exploration.
I offer a space that is safe, secure and confidential to work with you to explore and understand your experiences at a pace that is right for you. I believe my role as a counsellor is to work in collaboration with you, to accompany you in that exploration, and to bring my experience and perspective to that process of help keep focus on the goals you have set.
As a person centred counsellor, it is my belief that you are the expert on your life, and that we all have the potential to develop into the person we want to be, if we have the right support and conditions for growth. It is my job to work with you to understand your world and experiences, with compassion, intelligence and with the outcome in mind of empowering you to make the choices that are right for you.
Training and qualifications
I gained my qualification in counselling in 2010, and hold a Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling and an Advanced Post Diploma Certificate in Person Centred Couples Counselling. In addition I am qualified as a Certified Cyber Therapist. I also have a number of previous qualifications including an MA and BA Hons in English Literature.
In addition to my experience as a counsellor I also have substantial experience in the business and manufacturing sector, having worked in customer service, process and information systems and as a leader and manager.
The normal fee per session ranges from £50 to £60 for individuals and from £75 for couples, depending on personal circumstances. This is payable either in advance or on the day of the session, and can be paid for either in blocks of a month, or on a session by session basis. Payment can be taken by cash, credit or debit card or bank transfer. Missed sessions are chargeable if they are cancelled less than 48 hours in advance.
Couples therapy Person-centred/humanistic Issues often worked with:
Anger/violenceAnxietyBereavementDepressionFamily issuesInterpersonal relationships Availability:
In less than a week Therapy offered:
By emailBy phoneIn personOn video Client groups:
CouplesIndividuals Member organisations:
Forest Therapy Centre
Appointments available 9.30am-8pm Thursday and Friday. Office is located within 5 minutes walk of South Woodford tube station, with plenty of on street parking close by.
Phoenix Counselling Service
Appointments available between 6pm and 9pm on Wednesdays. Approximately 20 minutes walk from Heathway tube station (or a short bus ride of four stops on No’s 173, 174, 175). Parking is just outside, by the green or along Connor Road.