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Alecia

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Founder of Creating Expressions.

I am a qualified Counsellor and registered member of the (BACP) British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy and operate under their ethical framework. 

I have trained as an Integrative Counsellor which means my training covers several therapeutic approaches, including Psychodynamic approach, Humanistic Person Centred approach and CBT. An Integrative approach to Counselling enables us to explore the causes of the issues you are facing and helps us to focus on moving forwards with renewed meaning and purpose. 

As a Counsellor I am able to achieve a broader understanding of my client and adjust my methods to suit the individual. 

I offer short- and long-term counselling, as well as open ended counselling. This will be discussed as to what suites your needs.

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Pauline

Secretary for Creating Expressions.

Pauline has been a part-time counsellor and mediator for six years, working with adults and young people.

She's an integrative therapist, combining three of the most common forms of therapy.

"No single type of therapy suits everyone all the time."

Being an integrative counsellor means I can be flexible, working in a way that fits your needs".

She also uses creative techniques like drawing and writing, finding that it helps a lot of people to really express themselves. Pauline is passionate about helping people to change or to cope with stresses or traumas in their lives.

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Annie

Annie is a qualified Integrative Counsellor. This means working with elements of the three main theoretic styles of counselling (CBT, psychodynamic, and the person-centred approach) to tailor the experience to one's needs.

In the last 6 years, Annie has worked with both children and adults with diverse needs, including addiction and domestic violence.

"The most important thing for me is to develop a relationship of trust and mutual respect with my clients, and then accompany them along their journey of exploration, resolution and healing," says Annie.

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Pauline

Pauline, as a qualified counsellor, works with varied presenting problems.

She has worked within the Health & Social care since 2001. Pauline gained further qualifications in Reminiscence Therapy, Makaton Sign Language & Neuro-Linguistic Programming, ADHD & Autistic Spectrum.

She skilled herself in these areas to be able to communicate effectively with people within these client groups: Dementia/Alzheimer’s, Hearing/Speech Impediments & Learning Difficulties.