Qualifications and Experience

Experience

I have been a Relationship Counsellor for Relate Peterborough for fifteen years and a Psychosexual Therapist with Relate for the last ten years.

Having qualified as a trainer in 2010 I delivered numerous Relate courses, such as, “Taking Charge of Your Life”, “Moving Forward”, “Self-Esteem” and “Self-Harm”.

I have worked with Peterborough Relationship Support (PRS) for over four years and have developed behaviour-change programmes for them, such as “Stop the Hurt”, a behaviour change programme for perpetrators of domestic abuse. I delivered this programme for HMP Peterborough, Peterborough Probation Service, Cambridgeshire Constabulary and PCC Children’s Services, as well as private clients of PRS.

Qualifications

Diploma in Psychosexual Therapy (Relate)

Certificate in Marital and Couple Counselling Theory and Practice (Relate)

Level 3 Group Skills: Theory and Practice for Trainers

PACT Training in Perpetrators of Domestic Violence

BACP Certificate of Prophiciency

 

Continual Professional Development Training

Sex Addiction (Relate)

Sex Addiction Part I (Paula Hall)

Sex Addiction Part II (Paula Hall)

Sex Addiction and the Internet

Sex, Health and Relationship Knowledge (Relate)

Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse Part I (Relate)

Adult Survivors of Sexual Abuse Part II (Relate)

Domestic Violence Part I (Relate)

Domestic Violence Part II (Relate)

Domestic Violence / Abuse Awareness and Safety (Relate)

Domestic Violence / Abuse Assessment and Intervention with Couples (Relate)

Child Sexual Abuse: Hope for Healing

Mindfulness

Affairs from a Psychodynamic Perspective (Relate)

Hot, Cold and Painful Sex for Women

Bereavement (Relate)

Mental Health and Couple Counselling (Relate)

Cognitive Behavioural Theory Training

Self-Harm

Working Across Difference, Connecting Practices, Couples and Individuals (Relate)

Co-dependency (Relate)

Life Coaching Skills for Counsellors and Psychotherapists

The Emotional Development of Children

Shame

Compulsive Eating

BACP Research Conference 2017

Dissociation and DID: The Fundamentals