The two partners of Fleet Counselling were Tricia Brinton and Wendy Morris, however due to health problems, Tricia has now retired and Wendy continues to provide the service.
I am a fully qualified and experienced counsellor/psychotherapist of 19 years practice.
I am a Senior accredited member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and work within their Ethical Framework. I am also a member of the United Kingdom Register of Independent Counsellors (UKRC).
I work either briefly or longer term, depending on your needs. The initial session is always an exploratory session to determine whether you consider that counselling may be a way forward for you and there is no obligation for you to continue. If you do decide to continue I would recommend that we meet weekly, if possible, so that we can build a good rapport.
I can offer you a non-judgemental, individual and confidential counselling service in which you will find:
TIME - Regular time and space to explore your thoughts and feelings
FREEDOM - To resolve your personal difficulties
SPACE - To discover who you are and what you need for yourself to activate growth and self awareness within safe boundaries.
I am not here to give you advice but to help you find a new perspective or way through your difficulty, whatever that may be, in this increasingly turbulent world. No problem is too trivial for me to help you with and I offer the greatest respect for anything that may be troubling you.
Fleet Counselling Service has been established since 1983. I offer a variety of approaches, tailored for the individual, which are all based on a humanistic philosophy. I offer counselling for:
- young people
I am also a supervisor accredited by BACP and offer supervision for:
- counselling trainees
- others involved in the caring professions.
I receive regular consultative supervision to ensure that I am working helpfully and ethically with my clients. I also continue in my own personal therapy.