Dr Jacqui Farrants Cognitive behaviour therapy psychologist , CO6





I tailor my approach to individual clients, depending on their particular needs and preferences.  I mainly use Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), however I am a pragmatist at heart, so I will integrate other evidence-based methods in order to do what works best for each client. I use a goal-orientated approach, to ensure that I stay on track with what clients want to achieve from therapy, whether this relates to short-term goals that lend themselves to briefer therapy, or a longer term, more in-depth exploration of long-standing issues. I see therapy as essentially a collaborative, problem-solving relationship and my emphasis is always on promoting a person’s autonomy so they take charge of their life and make the changes they want.

 

So how can psychological counselling help?  While life can often be rewarding, sometimes it can feel less straightforward.   We are subject to fears and worries, external pressures and are often constrained by negative self-judgements, criticisms and self-limiting beliefs. Sometimes we become overwhelmed and lose perspective, and it can seem hard to get back on top of things.  This is when therapy can help. By identifying the problems and the obstacles that get in the way, we learn to develop greater compassion for ourselves and adapt to changing circumstances, finding new ways to manage our lives. 

 

Basically, I value people and I care about them.  My sense of purpose as a professional comes from using my own particular style to help people value and care about themselves.  With renewed confidence in our own strengths, we can become more authentically ourselves, liberated from self-limiting beliefs, and living the life we choose. 

 

 

Training and qualifications

2002                Doctor of Counselling Psychology                 City University London

1997                Post MSc Counselling Psychology                City University London

1996                MSc Counselling Psychology                         City University London

1993                BSc (Hons) Psychology                University of East London

 

 

·         Register of Health Professions Council (HPCP registration no: PYL06631)

 

·         Register of Chartered Psychologists, British Psychological Society, Associate Fellow (BPS membership no:  72589) and accredited member of the Counselling Psychology Division.

 

·         Register of Applied Psychology Practice Supervisors (BPS)

 

·         Register of Chartered Scientists (The Science Council in association with BPS)

 

           Member, BPS Special Group in Coaching Psychology.

 

·         Member, Society for Coaching Psychology (membership no: 226)

 

·         Principal Member, Association of Business Psychologists (membership no: 1309)

 

·         Fellow, Higher Education Academy (HEA) 

 

Fees

For a 50 minute session:

£70 for self-funding clients

 



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Types of therapy:
Cognitive behaviour therapy Integrative Relational Issues often worked with:
AnxietyDepressionTraumaBereavementSexual/physical abuseSexuality issues

Availability:
1 - 3 weeks Therapy offered:
In personBy phoneOn video Client groups:
Individuals Member organisations:
British Psychological Society
HCPC (Practitioner psychologist)

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The Old Chapel
33 Church Street
Coggeshall
Essex
CO6 1TX