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

Person-centred/humanistic counsellor
Online , Eastleigh SO50
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About Me

Online counselling offers a confidential, safe and non-judgemental space where we can work together to gently explore how things are for you and the life choices or changes you may wish to make. 


Perhaps you're feeling overwhelmed, confused or alone with your experience. Or maybe talking to friends or family hasn't proved helpful, doesn't feel possible or appropriate. Or you need more support. 


Hello, I'm Vicky Mould, and I have been a mental health counsellor and bereavement counsellor since 2011. I often work with people impacted by stress, depression, anxiety or other mental health issues, relationship issues or changes, sexual or domestic abuse, loss and grief - including baby loss. If you're struggling, I hope you'll reach out to me. 


Practising online counselling across Eastleigh, Winchester, Southampton and Fareham, I can work over the phone, via Zoom, FaceTime or WhatsApp. And online counselling can be just as effective as face-to-face counselling. You can contact me by email or my practice mobile 07729 193629.

In the counselling space, you will be welcome just as you are, and we can work at your pace. As a person-centred counsellor, my role is to help you feel part of a safe, trusting and supportive relationship.

My style of interacting is down to earth, accepting and attentive so you can talk freely and feel genuinely heard and understood. Together, we can work through thoughts, feelings, emotions and experiences that may be troubling you. I take a trauma-informed approach to my work, so I understand the importance of safety and trust.

Sometimes, it's hard to express feelings and emotions just through words or talk about difficult memories, so we can use creative mediums where this would help you. Tapping into your creativity can be freeing and therapeutic itself, yet ideas and insights can emerge through the process.

As I trust you're the expert on yourself, I don't offer advice or tell you what to do. But I can support and empower you to connect with your inner resources and move forward in a meaningful way. 

I can offer a free consultation over the phone or online using Zoom, FaceTime or WhatsApp.

The consultation can help us establish if we could work well together. It's an opportunity to see if you feel comfortable talking to me and working online - if you haven't experienced online counselling before.

To book a free consultation or ask questions about counselling, you can call or text 07729 193629 or email me through this profile or my website.

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First Practice
Azalea Counselling
SO50 9FD


I also provide my services online.

Issues often worked with

Interpersonal relationships
Sexual abuse
Emotional abuse
Physical abuse

Therapy offered

On video
By phone

Client groups



Appointments can be over the phone or online using Zoom, FaceTime or WhatsApp.

I am happy to explore these options with you. 


A consultation of 45 minutes is provided free of charge. We can use this time to establish if we could work well together - online or over the phone. 


Sessions are 60 minutes long.

It's £48 per 60-minutes session.

A reduced fee for sessions is available in certain circumstances, such as if you're on a low income, classed as a key worker or student, and you are welcome to contact me for further information. 

Payment is on the day of your session via bank transfer (BACS), and I'll provide the details you need.

Cancellation policy

If you need to cancel or change a session, I ask for a minimum of 24 hours notice by email, call or text. Late cancellations and requests to reschedule sessions can incur the full session fee. 

Training and qualifications

I have been a bereavement professional since 2008 - initially as a trained volunteer for Cruse Bereavement Care and now as a bereavement counsellor in private practice. As an Accredited Practitioner of the Foundation for Infant Loss, I have additional training in the sensitive issues surrounding baby loss, including miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal death and sudden infant death.

I have been counselling since 2011 and volunteering for Rethink Mental Illness since 2015. In the past, I have been a Support Time Recovery Worker for Together for Mental Wellbeing and a Support Worker for female inpatients of an NHS psychiatric ward. I've also volunteered for Mind. I have worked with people experiencing depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, schizophrenia and post-traumatic stress disorder.

I hold personal insight into domestic abuse and have been a Helpline Volunteer for Women's Aid in the past. In my counselling practice, I support men and women survivors, including those who have experienced or are experiencing coercive control. 

As an Accredited Professional Registrant of the National Counselling Society, I adhere to their Code of Ethical Practice, am fully insured for my counselling work and consult with a supervisor.

I hold the following qualifications:

Certificate in Online and Telephone Counselling

Certificate in Grief and Bereavement Counselling 

Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling 

Certificate of Higher Education in Counselling

Centra Counselling Level 1. 

I have undertaken continuing professional development in the following:

Child Sexual Abuse: Hope for Healing

Trauma and the Body: Dissociation and Somatisation

Journal Therapy

Moving Your Practice Online

Postnatal Depression Awareness

Art Therapy

Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People

Autism Awareness

Domestic Violence and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Pregnancy and Infant Loss

Mindful Mental Health

Crisis Counselling

Couples and Family Counselling

Sensorimotor Psychotherapy

Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults.

Verified professional membership

The National Counselling Society

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