Mrs Jayne Giles
Member Status: Accredited
Member No: NCS14-01071
Are you experiencing anxiety, stress, depression, loss, problems with relationships, or just feelings that you can’t understand?
Many people come into counselling not knowing where to begin, and that's OK, because that’s where I come in. I am here to offer you support, and help you find the answer to, or acceptance of, your individual experience.
From our first contact, I always strive to help you feel at ease, as I realise that starting counselling can often be quite daunting, and taking that first step to make contact can feel nerve wracking.
I use many different types of counselling depending on my clients needs, one of them is called ‘person-centred’ this means that this type of style is non-directive, and I value your worth as an individual. I am receptive of the way you are as a person and respectful of your beliefs, behaviours, personal choices and past experiences.
My commitment to you is to offer a warm, safe, and confidential environment, where working at your own pace, I will challenge you appropriately, and considerately. Creating a space in which you can be free to express, explore, and reflect on the difficulties you are experiencing, with the sole aim to facilitate your self-awareness and personal development, helping you, become the person you want to be.
Person-centred therapy is widely used in the UK and is known to be very effective: with clients continuing to experience positive change and growth after therapy has finished.
I will be happy to hear from you - 07918963851.
- Qualifications & ExperienceI am a Accredited member of the National Hypnotherapy Society
A Diploma in Hypnotherapy and counselling skills.
A Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling Dip PC
Advanced Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling Ad Dip PC
I am a Accredited member of the National Counselling Society
- What I can help with
- Assertiveness / Self-confidence / Self-esteem
- Bereavement / Loss
- Emotional issues
- Illness and dying
- Panic attacks
- Public speaking: stage fright
- Languages Spoken