Gemma Spooner

Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom
Gemma Spooner

Fee per hour: 50.00

Specialisms: Abuse, Anger, Anxiety, Attachment, Behavioural Issues, Bereavement & Loss, Compulsions, Depression, Dissociation, Emotional Issues, Gender, Panic Attacks, Personal Development, Relationships, Self Esteem, Self-harm, Stress, Suicidal Thoughts, Trauma, Work & Career

​In the 15 years that I have been a therapist, I have seen the positive impact that counselling can have. I feel strongly that counselling can be life changing and it feels an absolute privilege to sit with people and support them through difficult times in their lives.

My approach is based on both my training as an integrative counsellor and my intuition. The way that I work with you depends on what you hope to achieve from your time, and I tailor my approach to suit your needs.

I offer sessions via online video or telephone.

My training to become a Humanistic counsellor began back in 2006, and I now have over 15 years experience in working as a counsellor.

​Several of those years include experience of counselling in an educational setting, where I set up and ran a successful counselling service working with young people between the ages of 11 – 18 years old and adults.

I have a number of years experience as an NHS Associate counsellor, supporting a range of staff members in a hospital setting. ​

I started my private practice several years ago, and now offer counselling to individuals and in an EAP capacity to a number of different businesses and organisations.

​I have trained in a number of different areas, including working with self-harming behaviours, anxiety disorders, bereavement and self esteem building.

​Counsellors may use different approaches in their work with clients. Person Centred therapy is the theory that underpins my work, but I use an integrative approach which means I draw from many different counselling models, depending on the individual person and the issues they bring to therapy. I work in a way that suits your needs, and what you hope to get from counselling.

​I am a fully registered member of BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) and I follow their code of conduct in my work as a therapist.

​I engage in monthly clinical supervision with a qualified counselling supervisor which helps me to keep working in my clients best interests, and I regularly engage in continuing professional development (CPD) to ensure that I continually improve and reflect on my practice.

I offer a free, short initial consultation over the phone for those individuals who are ready to start counselling.

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