Beverley Counselling and Psychotherapy is a private therapy practice that was established to provide a therapy service delivered by highly experienced therapists who have expertise in different areas in order to create a holistic service for clients of all ages.
Whilst we are all experienced in working with adults of all ages with many different issues, we are also passionate about helping young people. The transition between childhood and adulthood can be difficult and we all have specific experience and training in working with the younger age group. Some of us have worked with the teenage age group, some with younger children, and some with families.
Caroline is a BACP accredited counsellor and psychotherapist. Having had experience of counselling herself as a young adult she now has over 15 years experience working in a variety of counselling settings with both teenagers and adults. She has a particular interest in working with young adults, eating disorders, anxiety, self harm and depression. Prior to working in private practice she worked as a counsellor at a young people's centre in York.
She is also a clinical supervisor and counselling tutor at a local training college.
Hugh is a UKCP registered Systemic Family Psychotherapist and has many years’ experience working with individual clients, couples and families. He has previously worked as a university lecturer and as a Family Therapist in the NHS. Hugh has particular interests in working with families who have adopted, families experiencing bereavement, and supporting couples who are having relationship difficulties.
Mary has been counselling for nearly 20 years. The majority of this time was spent as lead counsellor at a centre for young people aged 16 -25 in York. Clients came via GPs, or self referred because they were experiencing a range of common mental health issues (e.g. depression, anxiety), together with problems relating to their age (e.g. self esteem, identity). Most recently she is counselling survivors of sexual violence in a York charity using specific models of working with trauma, including EMDR.
Mary has been an accredited member of BACP since 2005. She is a qualified supervisor of counsellors and support workers, with special expertise in young people’s work.
Fiona is a psychotherapeutic counsellor in transactional analysis and is a member of British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP) and United Kingdom Association of Transactional Analysis (UKATA).
She has over 20 years’ experience working with adults and young people in a variety of settings. Fiona works with people who may be suffering from a range of difficulties including trauma, abuse, bereavement, depression and anxiety.
Anna is an NCS accredited counsellor and a member of the BACP and she holds an Advanced Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling and an MA in Counselling.
She has a lot of experience in working with families and young people in a range of settings – prior to her current role as a counsellor she had many years of experience as a youth worker and mediator.
She believes in creating a safe welcoming space for clients and believes in working in a transparent way, using jargon free language to make therapy a down to earth and positive experience.
Lynn is a UKCP & COSRT accredited psychosexual therapist working with a wide range of sexual difficulties inluding problems with sexual function, sexual trauma, out of control sexual behaviour, sexuality, and gender & sexual diversity. She has also works in the NHS as an advanced nurse practitioner/clinical nurse specialist within gynaecological cancer since the late 1990’s.
Lynn uses a bio-psycho-social approach to help clients (individuals & couples) deal with their sexual issues, combining her nursing and psychotherapy expertise to look at the whole problem from a physical, psychological and social viewpoint, in essence offering integrated therapy and sexual rehabilitation. She trauma informed and LGBT sensitive. She regularly writes and speaks on the topics of sexuality, psychosexual therapy and managing late effects of cancer treatments both in the UK and abroad.