Jan Baker Transactional analysis psychotherapist ,
I work from a comfortable non-clinical setting in a North Lincolnshire village, offering easily accessible and affordable services.
I have many years’ experience as a counsellor and psychotherapist, meeting people from all walks of life, supporting them through difficulties towards reaching their goals. I recognise the importance of attending regular supervision to support me in my work and protect you, the client. I also engage in ongoing personal therapy myself.
I have a particular passion for working with people who have dyslexia and supporting them to harness their creativity.
Counselling is a process which enables you to develop awareness, options and skills for problem management and personal development in daily life through the enhancement of your strengths, resources and functioning. Its aim is to increase autonomy in relation to your social, professional and cultural environment.
Alternatively, working with you in the Psychotherapy field aims to facilitate your capacity for self-actualisation, healing and change, enabling you to recognise and change archaic, self-limiting patterns – dealing with the pain of the past in the present so that you are freer to live your life in the future.
TA is a humanistic philosophy. This means we, (Transactional Analysts), focus on each individual’s potential and stress the importance of growth and personal development. We fundamentally believe that people are innately good and that mental and social problems result from deviations from this natural tendency.
Transactional Analysis (TA) offers ways to explore, clarify and understand emotional, psychological and behavioural problems and experiences and how they develop, with the aim of helping people to access their own ability to make positive changes.
Find out more at: https://therapyworks4u.co.uk
Training and qualifications
Certified Transactional Analyst (P)
Dip. TA Supervision
Couples therapy Integrative Person-centred/humanistic Relational Transactional analysis Issues often worked with:
AngerAutism/Asperger'sBereavementCarersCouple relationshipsDepressionDissociationFamily issuesFinding meaningInterpersonal relationshipsSexual abuseSocial anxiety Availability:
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