Charity no. 1171090

Counselling & Therapy Services

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We have a counselling service in place which provides counselling to cancer patients and cancer survivors, their immediate family or their carers. Our aim is to support anyone impacted by cancer.

 

Our funding in place means we can offer our counselling service at no cost to our clients, our provision is available to anyone in the Coventry and Warwickshire area. Our counsellors are fully qualified, hold professional counselling membership, have DBS clearance and are experienced in working with cancer. 

 

We accept both self-referrals and referrals from any agency who are working with a person who they believe would benefit from counselling. 

If you would like to refer a person for counselling please use our counselling referral form

Karen

Karen is the children and young peoples’ counsellor and has been working with young people and adults since 2004.

 

Karen can work with clients from aged 7 upwards and in a variety of different ways. Her therapy includes play therapy and sand tray work to the clients age and preference. Karen can work with all issues that children and young people bring to the sessions no matter if they seem unrelated to the illness.

 

As everyone is totally unique in both their experiences and the way they interpret them, Karen will therefore work alongside the client in tailoring the therapy in a way that suits them best.

Qualifications and training

 

Karen is accredited by BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) and has completed many training courses for working with a wide range of issues both for young people and adults e.g. Bereavement and loss, anger issues, relationship difficulties, child related issues, eating issues, depression and anxiety, Post-traumatic stress, bullying, and many more.

Juliette

Juliette is the adult counsellor and has been working with clients since 2015.

 

Juliette’s experience began supporting bereaved families in a local hospice and for a local charity for those suffering from mental distress. 

 

Juliette has been working solely with people impacted by cancer since 2017. She has worked with a range of diverse clients whose worlds have been torn apart by such a diagnosis causing devastation to their health, their relationships, their self-esteem and their work.

 

Juliette has experience of working with cancer patients, from newly diagnosed to those receiving treatment and any relative or carer impacted. Juliette also has experience of supporting parents or other family members of children with cancer

Qualifications and training

 

Juliette is a registered member of the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) and has completed many training courses for working with adults to include bereavement and loss, Introduction to mental health, Introduction to cancer, working with cancer, understanding the recovery package, body image and cancer, death and dying and many more.