Psychotherapy and Life Coaching

Karen still a Registered Nurse has undertaken further study to gain accreditation as a UKCP Psychotherapist and Supervisor. She has integrated her approach to practice using, the Human Givens therapy, Neuro-linguistic Programming, and Hypnotherapy as part of the psychotherapeutic skills that she has acquired. She works with clients with emotional health related issues to

  • Reduce anxiety
  • Break the cycle of depression
  • Manage anger
  • Stop addictive behaviour
  • Relieve medical conditions that are stress induced or related
  • Harmonise relationships
  • Phobias
  • Trauma

Her experience when she worked in the NHS included specialising with clients who had experienced Posttraumatic stress and physical injury, Stroke clients and their families and she also has extensive experience of working with clients and families in Palliative care.
Using NLP as part of a life coaching approach Karen can work with anyone who wants to make life changes and develop self-awareness for personal or professional development.

What is NLP?

NLP Therapy is a brief and solution-focused therapy, which helps people to change patterns of thinking, feeling or behaving which are not currently being experienced positively. Many of these patterns are learned outside our awareness and by engaging our unconscious mental resources you can initiate and make changes which help you to become even more of yourself. www.nlptca.org

Training

Karen has developed a number of workshops, NLP Diploma, and NLP Practitioner courses aimed at Health, Fitness and Equestrian Professionals. See web sites

Ethics

I am bound by the strict ethics and codes of practice of the organisations to which I belong. I will always use the minimum number of sessions consistent with your best interests. I do not promise miracles, and if I feel I cannot help you I will tell you at once and I will try to suggest a more appropriate approach. I do not promise miracles and if I feel I cannot help you I will tell you at once and will try to suggest a more appropriate approach. A parent or guardian must always accompany children under the age of eighteen.