Integrative Counsellor & Psychotherapist (BACP Individual Member)
Celia is a qualified Integrative Counsellor and Psychotherapist. She is currently in the 3rd year of her MSc in Counselling and Psychotherapy and is busy completing her research project. Celia has experience working as a volunteer counsellor and psychotherapist for a cancer charity and is currently supporting NHS staff as a flexible counsellor and psychotherapist within an occupational health department. Prior to counselling, her background is in Education where she spent many years as a Primary School Teacher. Her passion for mental health developed from there when working with children and adults to support their mental health through mindfulness. Celia has enjoyed running mindfulness sessions for adults and children. It is important to Celia to offer her clients a counselling experience that is non-judgmental, compassionate, and caring. By nature, Celia is a creative person and so her approach offers a creative side when this is appropriate for the client. Celia has a special interest in working with trauma.
Celia has achieved:
- PG Diploma in Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy
- PG Certificate in Integrative Counselling & Psychotherapy
- Professional Development Training in Autism, Safeguarding Level 3, Information Governance, Harassment and Bullying, Polyvagal Theory, Dementia, Bereavement, Suicide, Supporting Infant Loss, Race Culture and Antidiscrimination, Trauma: The Body Keeps the Score Conference
In line with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy ethical framework, Celia undertakes regular supervision and professional development. She holds a current enhanced DBS and is an Individual Member of the BACP. Celia practices from her home studio in Rothley which is private and confidential, where she provides 1:1 counselling and psychotherapy to young people 16 + and adults. Therapy is offered by telephone, online or face-to-face.