Committed to good proper practice. Using experience and knowledge, with a mixture of modern approaches and ideals, all our therapists are professionally qualified to practice and have a moral obligation to work within the ideals and ethics of their relevant professional bodies.
Therapists and clinical supervisors at the practice are trained in a range of counselling modalities from solution focused to psychoanalytical. With all modalities giving them the skills they require to help those struggling with anxiety, stress, depression and day-to-day mental illness.
Each therapist belongs to a registered professional body and keeps up to date training in their modality and specialism.
Specialialisms include addicition therapy, family therapy, couples therapy, art therapy, group work, trauma focused counselling, PTSD, complex mental health and bereavement. Please see the therapist bios for more information.
I am an experienced pluralistic psychotherapist specialising in addiction. I have been working in the counselling field for ten years for the NHS, residential rehabilitation centres and community charities. For the past six years I have worked as a private counsellor before setting up Springfield Therapy Practice three years ago.
My aim is to provide a counselling service that promotes a warm loving environment by which clients can find themselves, and the joy of life again, by working through a wide range of issues including depression, self esteem, work stress, relationship/family breakdowns, anxiety and lots more.
I am also a fully trained clinical supervisor that offers individual and group supervision to counsellors and other healthcare workers meeting their needs and the standards of their professional body.
I am a psychodynamic counsellor who has been involved in the counselling field for 15 years. I work in both my private practice and for a local hospice. Although I don’t have a specific specialism I do have extensive experience dealing with loss, depression, anxiety and trauma.
I offer a confidential and safe space for you to speak openly and freely without fear or judgement. Together with compassion, respect, and through a mutual working relationship, we will aim to understand how things are for you now and how to move forward into a brighter and more positive future.
I am a qualified humanistic therapist and a registered member of the BACP. I graduated into counselling in 2011. The majority of my therapeutic career has been working with individuals suffering from one addiction or another in both a rehabilitation setting and private practice. Underneath these addictions are the struggles and issues that affect many people.
I offer a safe and caring space for you to talk without judgment and truly open up with whatever is going on for you, maybe for the first time in your life. My aim is for you to find your truth. To resolve the internal conflicts troubling you mentally, emotionally and spiritually, or any life experiences that you find difficult to deal with.
I am a psychodynamic counsellor. I am experienced in working with a range of emotional difficulties including low self-esteem, anxiety, depression and relationship problems. My speciality is working with adults who experience emotional or physical abuse as children. Together we can explore how you feel, think and behave. Bringing understanding to your past experiences and how they affect you in the present.
I have a relaxed and friendly approach to my work and I believe that the most important aspect of our work together is the quality of our relationship. My aim is to offer you a space where you can speak without judgement and in confidence. I will be accepting and respectful of your thoughts, feelings and beliefs. We will work at a pace you feel comfortable with, supporting you in finding your own solutions.
I am a fully qualified art psychotherapist and a UKCP accredited integrative psychotherapist. I have been working in this field for over five years. I work mainly psychodynamically and I have worked in a variety of settings including the NHS and in drug and alcohol rehabilitation centres.
I am a specialist in art therapy and am passionate about the arts, and how they can support healing and provide an avenue of free expression. The arts are also cathartic and give us the ability to gain insight to parts of ourselves, which may be out of our awareness. They are also great at supporting in-depth healing and insight. As an integrative psychotherapist I adapt and tailor my approach to suit each client and therefore at times also work without the arts.