My work as a Person-Centred therapist was inspired by my own first counselling experience amidst difficulties with my own mental health some years ago.
Client-centred therapy, also known as Person-centred therapy, is a non-directive form of talk therapy that was developed by humanist psychologist Carl Rogers during the 1940s and 1950s.
Put simply, I will work with you in a non-judgemental and accepting way to help you to feel safe and respected. The work we do is decided upon by you and undertaken at your own pace. Call me your quiet companion while you explore your issues in confidence.
" Sarah has personally helped me get to the root of issues I had that I thought I had already dealt with, and helped me to see life in a totally different way. She has a beautiful way of being present with you as a client and really does 'hear' what you have to say. I would very highly recommend this service to any and everyone "
Sarah B, Client review taken from Facebook
The aim is to find the perfect fit when it comes to developing a therapeutic relationship. Therefore, it is important to feel safe to be able to explore your requirements honestly. For this reason, I work closely with some of my fellow Counsellors so that in the event that a conflict of interest occurs, or you would rather work with a different counsellor, I will happily signpost you onward if that suits your needs.
"Sarah has been my colleague for four years now. She has been invaluable to me for support and guidance. I never hesitate to refer clients to her as I have total confidence in her efficacy and proficiency as a therapist."
Billy Signey, Counsellor
"Sarah is a warm, empathic and highly skilled counsellor providing a second to none service. Brimmed with a wealth of experience and expertise, she is my first port of call when referring clients who I am unable to work with myself. I am very honoured to have Sarah as a colleague and a friend"
Lizzie Lloyd, EA Lloyd Counselling
All work is fully insured and complies with GDPR. I am a FdA MNCS (Accred.) counsellor and abide by the ethical framework of the National Counselling Society. I also adhere to Equality and Diversity and Safeguarding guidelines.