My name is Sarah and I am an experienced and qualified practitioner. I am trained in Core Process Psychotherapy which is mindfulness based approach to therapy. Core Process psychotherapy is based on the assumption that at the core of all of every human being is an intrinsic state of health, awareness, compassion, and wisdom.
Some people choose to go to psychotherapy in order to learn more about themselves and enhance their potential for growth. However, Core Process Psychotherapy can also been used to treat a wide range of specific conditions, including:
.What I offer?
I offer both long and short-term counselling and psychotherapy with individuals on a face-to-face basis.
I have a Master's degree in Core Process Psychotherapeutic Practice from The Karuna Institute (Middlesex University) in Devon. This qualification follows the completion of a four year long period of in-depth professional training and clinical practice.
I also trained at the Iron Mill Institute in Exeter where I obtained a Diploma in Integrative and Relational Approaches to Transactional Analytic Psychotherapy.
And, I have a first degree (BA) in Psychology from the University of Wales (Swansea).
My client work:
I have been working with clients since 2008 and since that time I have been built up a wide range of experience working with clients in a number of different settings.
These settings include working with clients :
as part of the IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) Service based in a GP Surgery in Cornwall.
in a Counselling Service based in one of Clay Villages for the benefit of the local community.
at the Gender Identity Clinic in Devon.
attending a specialist service in secondary care based in Truro.
at the Margaret Jackson Centre in Exeter which is a not-for-profit organisation offering low cost 1:1 counselling on a short, medium or long-term basis.
in my private practice based in mid Cornwall and near to Wadebridge, Bodmin, St Austell and Truro
Range of clinical experience:
My experience of clinical practice covers a wide range of concerns including anxiety, depression, shock and trauma, abuse, loss and bereavement, relationship issues, gender identity issues, Asperger's and work related stress.