CPsychol, AFBPsS, UKCP, MBACP
She has over nineteen years of clinical experience working in two NHS primary care settings, with a focus on alcohol and substance use and co-occurring mental health and relational issues.
Caroline’s training in the existential-phenomenological tradition underpins a CBT and solution-focused approach that aims to raise awareness into the dynamics involved in co-dependent relationships using mindfulness strategies. She incorporates commitment and behaviour strategies, to promote maintenance of change and recovery from addictive behaviours. Additionally, Caroline works independently in private practice with couples and individuals who have relationship issues and/or who are struggling with separation and divorce, phobias, panic attacks, suicide attempts, domestic violence, depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder, sexual abuse, bereavement and loss, work-related stress, redundancy, retirement and anger management. She is a trainee group supervisor.
Caroline is chartered with the BPS and is a full member of the Division of Counselling Psychology. She is registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) and has a post-MA diploma in existential counselling psychology.
She is a UKCP-accredited existential psychotherapist, a member of BACP, and also a BPS accredited supervisor.
Caroline sees clients face to face, on Skype, Facetime, Zoom and WhatsApp.
The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) is an association for UK-based counselling professionals. It supports practitioners, enabling them to provide a better service.