Phoebe FullerCouples & Individual Counselling & Psychotherapy

Background experience, Approach, Training

I have over 30 years experience of working therapeutically with people both in organisational and private practice settings. I started working in community mental health, then spent seven years working with staff and students in the health service, three years with students in further and higher education and 12 years working with staff in the private sector which included Post Traumatic Incident Counselling. I have enjoyed working with a range of people; gay and straight, young and older and from different cultural, religious and ethnic backgrounds.

My Theoretical Approach

My psychodynamic training underpins my current integrative approach which incorporates systemic and transpersonal models within an attachment-based framework. My experience has enabled me to adapt my approach to what will be most effective for a particular client.

Professional Training/Qualifications

  • 1987: Diploma in Advanced Psychodynamic Counselling (WPF)
  • 1985: Intro & Part 1 Family/Marital Therapy (Institute of Family Therapy)
  • 1986: Clinical Practicum - Family/Marital Therapy (WPF)
  • 1990: BACP Accreditation Awarded
  • 1993: Group Work - Foundation Year (Institute Group Analysis)
  • 1995: Time Limited Counselling/Psychotherapy (Westminster Pastoral Foundation)
  • 2003: BACP Senior Accreditation Awarded
  • 2004: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (Westminster Pastoral Foundation)
  • 2016: Diploma in Transpersonal Couple Counselling and Psychotherapy (CCPE)

    Areas of Specialism

  • Relationships and Couple Counselling/Psychotherapy
  • Working with people who have experienced chronic or life threatening illness such as cancer.

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