About Emma Inman
Counsellor & Psychotherapist Nuneaton Town Centre.
How can you help me?
My hope as a counsellor and psychotherapist is to help you find a language to explore your current situation. With therapeutic support I hope to enable you to make sense of your experience’s and emotions which may be affecting your quality of life and relationships. I offer a safe space to be heard confidentially without judgement for adults and teenagers.
I am a humanistic and integrative counsellor and psychotherapist. This means that I work humanistic principles valuing the clients’ uniqueness therefore I integrate theories to tailor my approach to suit the clients’ needs. My approach looks at the client as a whole; cognitively, emotionally and psychologically. I work to reintegrate these parts of self and help the client value their own experience, their uniqueness, identify their needs and to fulfil their potential.
I believe our psychological health reflects the relationships and environment we are in; therefore, the vision we hold of ourselves can be distorted by others. I use techniques to help explore significant relationships and their known and unknown impact on our development; to enable insight, discover unmet needs and to promote growth, healing and change.
I fundamentally believe no man is an island, even if you are feeling alone right now. We are born out of relationship and flourish best when we enjoy good quality relationships. Therefore, it is with the therapeutic relationship that I believe you will find the vehicle for change and healing.
I trained at the Sherwood psychotherapy and training institute gaining a first-class honours degree in counselling and psychotherapy.
I am a member of the British association of counsellors and psychotherapists (BACP). I am currently working towards accreditation.
I adhere to the ethical framework of both the SPTI and BACP to ensure safe practice.
I attend regular supervision and continuing professional development (CPD).
I have a DBS check.
Professional liability insurance.