BACP Registered Remote Psychotherapy – United Kingdom
I believe we are fellow travellers in our striving for self-knowledge and health, and sometimes we need a guide to support our desire to understand ‘why we do what we do’. My approach explores how the past affects what we do in the here and now, identifies inner resources and strengths, as well as teaches simple but effective strategies to better manage feelings, thoughts and behaviour and reverse the cycles of anxiety, depression or low mood we can get locked into.
I trained within adult counselling services including the University of Suffolk, Lighthouse Women’s Aid and Mentis Tree / Acorn. I was employed as a sessional student Integrative Counsellor for the University of Suffolk and my current role is as an NHS Trainee CBT Psychotherapist.
Postgraduate diploma in high-intensity evidence-based CBT
Continued Professional Development:
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: How can therapy help; Men’s Mental Health via NSFT; Safeguarding Children L3 – Adverse Childhood Experiences via CPFT; Working with Older Adults via CPFT; ‘Mental Health Act’ via NSFT; ‘Low-intensity interventions for long-term and medically unexplained conditions’ CPFT; ‘Working with sexual diversity’ with Dr Allan Laville via UEA; ‘Working with interpreters’ with Dr Beverley Costa via UEA; ‘Working Therapeutically with Disordered Eating’ with Professor Julia Buckroyd; ‘Fragile Self: Structure of Narcissistic Disturbance’ Dr Phil Mollon.
Bachelor of Science (Hons) Integrative Counselling
Advanced Diploma Integrative Counselling
Diploma Integrative Counselling
Certificate in Counselling Skills
Postgraduate Certificate in low-intensity evidence-based CBT
I am a registered member of the BACP (No. 247020) and I adhere to their codes of ethics. My registered name is Lesley Caroline Charles (but day-to-day, everyone calls me Caroline).
Counselling training completed with Matrix College of Counselling and Psychotherapy and awarded by Middlesex University, and a postgraduate certificate in low-intensity CBT awarded by the University of East Anglia. I am committed to Continuous Professional Development (CPD) for best practice and the development of my professional skills and knowledge.