About Gill Goodship mbacp
Counsellor & Psychotherapist
Welcome, and thank you for pausing to read my profile.
My name is Gill and I guess the reason why you are reading this is because something is not right for you at the moment? Maybe you have some thoughts and feelings that are impacting on your daily life and you just can’t seem to leave them behind? – something like a loop of recurring thoughts?
When something’s not right talking to an impartial counsellor may be of benefit by allowing you time and space to work out what is best for you. I would like to help you understand why you feel the way you do and how to move towards being more at ease with yourself. I often work long term with clients where we explore past and present relationships and experiences – looking at sticking points for you, discovering where triggers originated for you and helping you to take the power out of these thoughts for where your life is right now.
You will be provided with a completely confidential space to explore and understand why your thoughts may be holding you back in the past. Together, we will talk through your concerns without fear of judgement, and allowing you to recalibrate* your approach to your own life.
I have experience of working with adult clients from a range of; ages, sexuality, backgrounds and cultures and have been privileged to share in the undulating emotions and experiences of their lives. We will metaphorically ‘walk and talk’ about where your life has taken you and why you feel as you do now.
If you are interested in discovering what it might be like to work with me as your therapist, please do get in touch on the number provided or email. We can arrange an initial session to find out whether the support I offer would be useful to you.
*Recalibrate – In therapeutic terms; finding a sense of balance between family, work and life and knowing when to focus on self-care is something that therapy can help you understand.
I am a registered member of the British Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP) and abide by their Ethical Framework. Part of working within this framework means that I undertake regular professional supervision which ensures that I am working ethically and safely.
Registered member of BACP Private Practice Division
I attend regular Continuing Professional Development (CPD) training to keep my skills and knowledge up to date.
BACP Certificate of Proficiency
Professional Liability Insurance
Working towards BACP accreditation
I work with adult clients (over 18 years old) from a range of; ages, sexuality, backgrounds and cultures and have supported clients with some of the following concerns;
Anxiety and panic
Isolation and rural life issues
Bereavement and grief
Trauma and childhood trauma
Depression and low mood
Difficulty relating to others
Guilt and shame
Low self esteem
Stress and burnout