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Psychotherapy and Counselling
Relationship and psychosexual psychotherapy
Ethics and confidentiality
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Ethical framework

I work by the ethical guidelines and framework laid down by: The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and The United Kingdom of Registered Counsellors.


All my services are confidential. Your identity, personal details and the information given by you in therapy sessions will be protected and only shared with a supervisor unless you give written permission or I am required to do so by Law. The only exceptions I will make are when I judge that there is risk of terrorism or a serious risk to yourself or others. This also includes disclosure of risk to children by people other than you. In the rare event that I break confidentiality this will be done where possible with your consent and involvement.

I aim at all times to be fair, honest and true, to treat all creeds, genders and orientations with respect, understanding and empathy.

I have supervision as required by The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy.

My aim is to offer a confidential facility in a safe and comfortable environment; to enable you to talk through and explore difficulties, emotional discomfort or situations of crisis with acceptance and support, guiding and accompanying you through a process of regeneration of ‘self’ – a state of mind that allows evaluation, healing and growth.