We are a Team of Deaf and Hearing Counsellors & Psychotherapists
Hazel is Deaf using BSL, SSE and Oral lipreading to communicate. She has a Diploma in Integrative counselling. She has experience in abuse: physical, mental and psychological. She aims to explore thoughts, feelings, self-worth and esteem in order for a person to move forward with their life.
Verity is hearing with years of experience working with the Deaf mental health issues. She communicates in BSL, SSE and Oral lip reading. Her therapy approach is based on an Integrative model offering a variety of therapy styles that are best suited to the client. Verity can work with both adults and young people.
She is a Deaf qualified Transactional Analysis (TA) Psychotherapeutic Therapist . She draws on several models of therapy, she has recently taken an interest in Schema therapy which focuses on borderline personality disorder. She uses BSL, SSE and Oral communication, adapting to the client’s communication needs.
She communicates in ISL, BSL, SSE, ASL and Oral lip reading. She was born Deaf understanding the frustrations of communication. She empowers clients to take control of their life through a vast array of techniques specific to individual diagnosis. Her principle is to allow an individual to take control of their difficulties and to manage their life in a healthy adaptive way.
His theoretical approach or style is based on the psychodynamic model, with a specific focus on relational dynamics. His Background is growing up with several members of his family being profoundly Deaf, he is a CODA, meaning he has grown up using sign language to communicate. He can communicate using BSL, SSE and Oral lip reading.
Wendy was born Deaf, she uses BSL, SSE and Oral lip reading communications. She offers a wide spectrum of counselling methodologies including CBT, Relational and Integrative models. She offers cultural support and help in the comfort of your own space. She works with clients to find a comfortable way forward that’s individually tailored to meet their needs.
Sue was born Deaf using BSL as her first language. She is an integrative therapist with extensive experience working with abuse, physical, emotional and psychological, she specialisis working with clients who have mental health issues including anger, deaf identity, relationships, depression and anxiety. Sue understands from experience specific issues related to deafness.
Jill has worked with Deaf clients for may years, she uses BSL, SSE and oral lip reading for communication. She focuses on what is happening in your life and through this increase your understanding and awareness of your situation. The main basis of her approach is Transactional Analysis (TA). TA can be used as a cognitive-behavioural style approach and a more relational approach with clients.