You are not alone
"Its never too late to become the person you are meant to be". This quote started my journey as a psychotherapist.
Previous to becoming a psychotherapist I worked in the creative industry and ran my own company for many years.
This experience has given me an interest in issues surrounding stress, anxiety, creative and motivational blockage.
These negative elements can unconsciously impact all areas of our professional and private lives if not dealt with.
I am a Psychotherapist in the final years of training with the Bath Centre for Psychotherapy and Counselling studying for a MA in Humanistic & Integrative Psychotherapy at BCPC, accredited by the UK Council for Psychotherapy and Middlesex University.
Can I trust a trainee?
It takes around seven years to train as a fully qualified psychotherapist. The training on a UKCP accredited programme, such as the MA in humanistic psychotherapy at BCPC has many stages.
Following a thorough theoretical grounding, and a sustained period working within a placement agency, BCPC trainees are ready to set up in private practice. This practice is developed slowly over time and is closely supervised by a UKCP registered supervisor.
BPCP is a professional body with a Code of Ethics and Practice to which I adhere.
I am also a trainee therapist member of UKCP (UK Council for Psychotherapy .