West Street Counselling & Psychotherapy Centre "Therapy for Life" In the Heart of Fareham

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One to One Counselling/Psychotherapy For Adults

Clients come to the practice for many reasons and with a variety of issues, including depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, relationships under strain or breaking down, bereavement, bullying, work related stress and abuse. We support the client in resolving the difficulties which are holding them back from living a positive, fulfilling life.

Therapists Providing One to One Counselling/Psychotherapy For Adults
For more information about each therapist, please click on the hyperlink to their individual websites or profile:

Dr Julie May (Practice Manager), Adrian Francis, Cathy Lawn, Clare Sherratt, Debbie Green, Del Atkins, Heather-Blake, Helen-Jane Pott, Helen-Melissa Crew, Julie Clayton, Lucy Gatland, Lynda Currie, Marie Rae, Marilyn Lush, Natalia Hallam, Natalie Wilcox, Nicki Figgins, Peter Barty, Sinead Mitchell, Simon Halford, Susie France.


Couple Therapy

Couples can experience relationship difficulties, including communication issues, loss of intimacy, the impact of infidelity, becoming parents and of bereavement. Working with couples is a specialist skill, requiring additional training.

Therapists Providing Couple Therapy
For more information about each therapist, please click on the hyperlink to their individual websites or profile:

Adrian Francis, Debbie Green, Helen-Melissa Crew, Lucy Gatland, Marilyn Lush, Sinead Mitchell, Simon Halford, Susie France. Thelma Ellison


Individual Counselling/Psychotherapy for Children and Young People

Support for children and young people is offered at the West Street Counselling & Psychotherapy Centre, by two members of the team. For more information about each therapist, please click on the hyperlink to their individual websites or profile:

Clare Sherratt works with children from 6 years
Debbie Green works with young people aged from 13 years
Helen-Melissa Crew works with young people aged from 14 years
Susie France works with young people aged from 14 years


EMDR ( Eye Movement Desenstitation Reprocessing)

Eye Movement Desensitisation Reprocessing is a powerful psychological treatment method, developed by an American clinical psychologist, Dr Francine Shapiro, in the 1980s. Traumatic memory can remain unprocessed in the brain, causing the person to re-experience distressing events, as if they were occurring in the here and now. EMDR can facilitate the processing of this trauma memory, by using bi-lateral stimulation, similar to that experienced naturally during the Rapid Eye Movement (REM) stage of the sleep cycle. EMDR can be used to treat anxiety, panic attacks, phobias, addiction and low self esteem.

Practice Manager, Dr Julie May, is a member of the EMDR Association UK & Ireland and has completed EMDR (Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4) training. She would be happy to arrange an assessment appointment. Please call Julie on the practice landline 01329 827121 or email Julie May

Del Atkins has completed Part 1 and 2 of training and can be contacted via his website atDel Atkins


Psychosexual (Sex) Therapy

Simon Halford aims to provide a safe environment and practical solutions for exploring and addressing sensitive sexual and relational problems for individuals and couples. The issues he treats include erectile dysfunction, pain during intercourse, loss of libido (sexual desire), sexual addictions including Internet pornography addictions, relationship difficulties and the impact of serious illnesses including cancer, strokes and cardiovascular issues on sexual function and relationships. More information about Simon and the services he offers, can be found at www.halfordtherapy.co.uk


Deafness & Disability Counselling

Adrian Francis provides a specialist counselling service for the deaf, deafened and hard of hearing (including Usher Syndrome), using British Sign Language. He is available for GP/CCG referrals, and can provide an outreach service throughout Hampshire and the South West by arrangement. Adrian works with both individuals and couples and more information can be found on his website www.thedeafcounsellor.com


Supervision

Clinical Supervision is an ethical requirement for counsellors and psychotherapists, to ensure ethical standards of practice are maintained and for professional development. Two trained supervisors work within the team at the West Street Counselling & Psychotherapy Centre.

Dr Julie May (Practice Manager)
Del Atkins
Simon Halford


Chiropractor

Dr Graeme Rasmussen, works at the centre offering McTimoney chiropractic treatments. Graeme is an experienced, professional chiropractor and information about the services he provides, can be found on his website Graeme Rasmussen Please contact him directly by calling 07795820657 or email [email protected]


Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy can be useful issues, including; weight loss, gastric bands, smoking cession, fears/phobias, managing exam stress, improving confidence and self esteem. More information about the services of hypnotherapist Helen Phyall, can be found at Hypnotherapy Works Hampshire


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