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Counselling Therapy

Photo of a beach at sunriseKaren Gibb is at trainee integrative counsellor working at The Wellness Centre (Castle Quay). Her therapy sessions are individually tailored to suit each individual client’s needs. As we all experience challenges in differing ways and what one wants and need out of therapy is unique to each person. Karen believes that we can all benefit from having professional support to explore what life brings and to help process this in an empathetic and confidential way. Each therapy session will move at a safe pace to suit the client, and to allow them to explore and process issues that are preventing them living a full and happy life.

  • Karen is in her fourth year of training for her counselling diploma
  • Has completed an Enhanced DBS check
  • Is a BACP trainee member (Counselling & Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body)
  • Is fully insured
  • Has completed basic safeguarding for Adults and Children
  • Holds a first Aid Certificate

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How Karen Works

For the last couple of years, Karen has managed a rape crisis centre and has completed many training courses in this area. She is a person-centred counsellor and works with an integrative approach, which means she pulls from many different theories and modalities to allow her to give her clients a personalised therapy to best suit their needs. Karen sees her counselling work as a privilege, to be trusted with a client’s insecurities, fears and traumas is a privilege she takes seriously and will always work in the client’s best interests, with the utmost confidentiality. Trauma and adverse childhood experiences (ACE’s) can stay locked in the body and mind and affect all areas of our life, with empathetic counselling we will work together to help process and become aware of the choices and decisions that may be affecting your present life and creating a barrier to future peace and happiness.

General Issues when Counselling May Help

Stated below are some of the areas that counselling can help, this list is not exhaustive and there are many other areas of life that can benefit from counselling, too many to list them all.

  • Divorce
  • Bereavement
  • Trauma
  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Relationship issues
  • ACE’s (Adverse Childhood Experiences)

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For more information about our Counselling Therapist, Karen Gibb, please Click Here. For our Counselling Therapy Fees, please Click Here.


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