Vicky Mould: Person-centred/humanistic Counsellor,Hampshire,SO50
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Vicky Mould

Person-centred/humanistic counsellor
Hampshire SO50
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About Me

Counselling may feel scary - especially if you're considering it for the first time, yet it can be a safe and supportive space where you can explore, reflect, and take steps towards a healthier and more fulfilling life. 

Welcome, I'm Vicky, and I offer long and short-term counselling for adults of all ages. I have an established private practice and have worked with people experiencing bereavement, loss and grief, depression, anxiety and other mental health issues, the effects of domestic abuse, confidence issues, stress, low self-esteem, parenting and relationship issues. 

Video, phone or face to face sessions are available, including an introductory session where we can connect with one another, talk a bit about counselling and establish if we could work well together. 

How I can work with you

As a person-centred counsellor, I can be there for you in a genuinely caring, trusting and supportive way, and by creating and providing an environment where you feel safe, accepted, valued and understood. 

I can work with you to explore thoughts, feelings and experiences that may be overwhelming, causing you stress or concern, gain new perspectives and awareness and build confidence and trust in the strengths and inner resources that you have.

Counselling can include the use of art and journaling - sometimes, it's hard to put thoughts and feelings into spoken words. Alternatively, you may prefer a creative counselling approach or wish to experiment with these mediums.  

I am an experienced bereavement counsellor, and I can support you with recent or past bereavement, a loved one's life-limiting or terminal illness. I have received further training in the issues surrounding baby loss - miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal death, sudden infant death, and can work sensitively with you as a grieving parent or parents. 

I have worked with many people affected by mental health issues - in counselling and previous support roles. I can support you in your struggles with depression, anxiety, self-harm, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress, borderline personality disorder, schizophrenia, perinatal or postnatal depression. I can also support you as partners or family members - perhaps you would like to explore the possibility of couples counselling. 

I have personal insight and professional knowledge of domestic abuse, and I can support you in moving forward from past or childhood experience of domestic abuse, or if you would like some time and space to explore and reflect upon a current relationship. 

My goal (and hope) in counselling is to enable you to make sense of your struggles, find a way through them and continue to be the best that you can be. 

You can contact me to book an introductory session or to ask questions before taking that step

If you would like to book an introductory session or ask questions about the counselling I can offer you, please call 07729 193629, email me through this profile or my website.

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First Practice
Azalea Counselling
Wessex House, Upper Market Street,
SO50 9FD


I also provide my services online.

Issues often worked with

Interpersonal relationships
Sexual abuse
Emotional abuse
Physical abuse
Childhood difficulties

Therapy offered

In person
By phone
On video

Client groups



I can offer video, phone or face to face sessions.  

Individual sessions cost £45 for 60 minutes.

Couple sessions cost £60 for 75 minutes. 

I try to make counselling as accessible as possible, so I do offer concessions. Please ask for further details if required. 

Training and qualifications

I have a background in providing emotional and mental health support within the voluntary and public sector organisations, including Cruse Bereavement Care, Local Authority Bereavement Services, NHS Adult Mental Health, Solent Mind and Women's Aid. 

I have been counselling since 2011, and as an Accredited Professional Registrant of the National Counselling Society, I adhere to their Code of Ethical Practice and regularly consult with a counselling supervisor. I am also a Practitioner Member of the Person-Centred Association. 

I hold the following counselling qualifications:

Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling (Dip.PC, with Distinction)

Certificate in Couple and Family Counselling 

Certificate in Grief and Bereavement Counselling 

Certificate of Higher Education in Counselling (Cert.HE)

Centra Counselling Level 1. 

I am trained in First Aid, and have undertaken continuing professional development in the following areas:

Art Therapy 

Autism Awareness 

Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People

Child Psychology and Safeguarding Children

Crisis Counselling

Domestic Violence and Abuse

Meditation and Mindfulness

Moving Your Practice Online - Online Therapy Institute 

Postnatal Depression Awareness

Pregnancy and Infant Loss - Foundation for Infant Loss Training

Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults

Sensorimotor Psychotherapy. 

Verified professional membership

The National Counselling Society

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