Working online: During this very difficult time, I will be offering telephone or webcam counselling as a replacement to the usual face-to-face services.
This is a service I have delivered for many years prior to lockdown and know it can be an extremely helpful way to discuss difficult issues and concerns.
For more information, please just get in touch...... Stay safe. Jules
Supporting individuals and couples with concerns such as trauma, loss, anxiety, depression, relationship, sexual satisfaction & compulsive behaviour
Specialist interest in stress, resilience and intimacy
Counselling starts with an initial assessment that lasts 50 minutes
For counselling to be successful, it is essential that you are absolutely sure that counselling is right for you and that I am the right counsellor to help you. Sessions start by letting you explain your troubles in your own time and in your own way. There is absolutely no pressure to tell me everything all at once. The process only moves at a pace that you are happy with.
It can often be the first time you have spoken to someone about what is going on in your life and can in itself be extremely therapeutic. At the end of the assessment, we jointly decide if counselling is the best option for support at this time.
Delivering progress on current research study to delegates. Focusing on the ethical challenges of research into stress and intimacy. .
University of Chester Social Science Symposium 2017
Speaking on the challenges of delivering therapy online. Discussing interventions, transference, boundaries and the disinhibition effect.
Online Counselling Services and Training (OCTIA) 2016
Addressing the types of sexual and relationship problems experienced by soldiers; aetiology, comorbidity, treatment and referral process
BMA - Civilian Doctors Conference
For the last 8 years I have worked with 100's of clients across the UK and Europe supporting both Military and civilian clients to manage personal crisis. Specialist field of interest is sex and relationship therapy although areas regularly supported include, attachment issues, trauma, loss, suicidal ideations and depression.