Whilst the COVID-19 virus is causing social distancing, some of our
counsellors will continue to work online with their clients. This will
be noted against their profiles below.
At the Cirencester Hypnotherapy & Health Centre we offer various types
- Integrative Counselling (Jane Fizor)
Integrative Counselling brings together different elements of specific therapies as integrative therapists take the view that there is no single approach that can treat each client in all situations. Integrative therapy is how the therapist combines elements of different theories to tailor the therapy to the client. This approach can help you by: - Deepening your understanding of problematic feelings and behaviours and where they may originate - Making links between thoughts, feelings and behaviours - Increasing your self awareness - Encouraging you to think more clearly about a situation or from a different perspective.
- Psychodynamic Counselling (Christine Allan) - currently working online
This model is based on an understanding of the unconscious processes which underlie psychological difficulties. One of the main ideas in psychodynamic therapies is that we tend to bury painful experiences (“out of sight out of mind”). Using this style of therapy the therapist helps the client resolve their own conflicts.
- Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT) (Christine Allan) - online
DIT is a brief 16 week psychodynamic therapy targeted particularly at relieving symptoms of depression and anxiety. This therapy aims to help people have a better understanding of the links between their depression and what is happening in their relationships.
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) (Christine Allan) - online
CBT helps clients by identifying unhelpful thinking patterns. It is possible to help with common psychological disorders. When thinking processes are adapted to be more helpful, behavioural change is often achieved, and the individual finds themselves with healthier emotional functioning i.e. they feel happier!
- Emotional Therapeutic Counselling (Carol Welch) - currently working online.
Carol works with adults and children who are suffering emotional turmoil in their lives including anxiety, depression, difficult relationships (including couples), anger, abuse, loss, illness, eating disorders, self harm, persistent unhappiness etc. She uses a range of gentle techniques to assist clients recognize and release painful feelings by working with the emotions rather than the mind.
- Couples therapy (Jacqui Kyne) - currently working online.
Couples therapy offers couples the opportunity to work together to improve their relationship and address the things that are causing tensions and resentments. It gives each of you the opportunity to make sense of what’s going on for yourself and for your partner and explore different ways of relating to each other.
Christine is working online during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Christine has been a qualified psychodynamic counsellor since 2000.
Christine is registered and accredited by the British Association for
Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), and is accredited with the
British Psychoanalytic Council (BPC). Christine is also trained in the
use of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) and Dynamic
Interpersonal Therapy (DIT); both IAPT approved methods.
Christine holds a postgraduate diploma in Consultative Clinical
Supervision – both group and individual supervision can be provided.
Before any counselling is undertaken, a free-of-charge 15 minute telephone assessment is provided. This helps clarify whether the way Christine works is appropriate for the individual, or whether another form of intervention might be more suitable. Following this assessment, a full face-to-face consultation is carried out prior to commencing weekly counselling sessions.
Costs: Initial Consultation for individuals: £50. Individual sessions: £45.
Initial Consultation for couples: £55. Ongoing couples/relationship sessions: £50.
Carol is working online during the COVID-19 outbreak.
With deep personal insight Carol develops genuine, strong and continuous
relationships with her clients. She is insightful, warm and accepting of all
a client’s experiences and feelings. She listens with understanding, without
judgement and helps client’s find solutions from within themselves, and to
develop their own goals with independence.
Carol is empathetic, credible and skilled. With positive regard and gentle
humour Carol aims to foster a safe space to explore deep and difficult
With an Advanced Diploma in Emotional Therapeutic Counselling, Carol is experienced
and works full-time as a therapist. She is a Council Member with the Foundation for
Emotional Therapeutic Counselling (FETC) and has been invited to become a Trainer.
She is a member of The National Counselling Society and included on the Professional
Standards Authority Accredited Register – a list that gives medical practitioners
assurance that safety and quality of care are provided to their patients. She maintain
full Public Liability and Professional Indemnity Insurance and has been CRB checked.
If you are feeling emotionally drained, at your wit’s end, finding it hard to cope with frayed feelings or emotionally traumatised Carol and Emotional Therapeutic Counselling could help you.
Call to arrange a free 30 minute initial consultation. Cost: £45 per session (1 hour).
To contact Carol please call her on 07901552778 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further information: www.carolwelchtherapy.co.uk
Jane has had a long career working in the NHS with life limiting and
life threatening illness. She worked in Oncology for almost 30 years
investigating, planning and delivering cancer treatments. While working
as a Therapy Radiographer she also became qualified as a Counsellor
and offered psychological support to patients, carers and families of people
Jane furthered her Psychological support training by leaving radiography and
working in the NHS in a Health Psychology setting. Here she learned to
support people with many more illnesses, other than cancer. She has worked
with both the NHS, Charities and other organisations that support people with ill health. Jane also has a Diploma in Fertility Counselling.
Not only is Jane a Counsellor, she is also a Hypnotherapist and is qualified to a standard where she can use hypnotherapy on a range of medical and psychological conditions.
With a little psychological help and the right support, Jane believes new ways of coping and quality of life can return and be developed so you can better support yourself.
Cost: £60 per session (1 hour).
To contact Jane, please call her on 01242 371555 or 0771 318 2979
Further information: www.janefizortherapist.co.uk
Jacqui is working online during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Jacqui has been working with couples for the past 13 years. She initially
trained with Relate and worked with them for a number of years. Jacqui
has also trained in systemic family therapy, Imago Relationship Therapy
and is an experienced Family Mediator.
Jacqui offers couples therapy to those who wish to strengthen and refresh
their relationship, who wish to work through major disruption towards repair
or who are making the decision to go their separate ways.
Couples counselling will give you the opportunity to make sense of what’s
going on for yourself and for your partner and explore different ways of relating to each other.
Jacqui can help you to learn skills and give you practical tools to improve your communication. There will be a focus on enhancing the good things of the relationship as well as on exploring the roots of tension or resentments, and the emotional distance between you.
Costs: Sessions are generally 1.5 hours long and cost £70.
To contact Jacqui please call 07842 084531 or email email@example.com.
Further information www.cotswoldcouplestherapy.co.uk
As with all our therapies, you should seek advice from your GP if you feel you have a medical condition.