I facilitate the Eastbourne Person-Centred group which runs monthly. This is a group for trained counsellors/counsellors in training and for anyone who is interested in this approach.
For more information about this group please visit; http://eastbournepcgroup.co.uk
In 2017 I become a tutor for East Sussex College where I taught on the Access Course and for the Community Engagement Team, delivering short workshops and level 1 interpersonal skills. I am currently teaching on the level 2 in counselling skills and the foundation degree in person-centred counselling at Eastbourne.
I work for various different EAP services, such as; Axa, Workplace Options, HELP and Moving Minds, delivering short term therapy.
I am a person-centred supervisor, please go to the supervisor page for more information.
My mission as a person-centred counsellor is to enable you, as the client to feel empowered and comfortable within your own skin.
Every person is different and unique - I do not push you into going faster, everything is done at your pace, which could be starting with immediate problems which can lead onto deeper and more underlying problems. My role would be to facilitate this deeper awareness, enabling you as the client to remain in-control of the content, giving you space to explore and challenge yourself further to reach your goal.
"Can you advise me what to do?"
As a Person-Centred Counsellor, I will not be directing you towards an objective that I may see as 'good' I am however here to facilitate you to determine your own goals, based on your own experiences.
Facilitating your movement towards your own chosen goals, or working on creating your personal goals and enabling you to develop your own ways of thinking about situations.
My Name is Lucy and I am a counsellor at Little Lodge, I am BACP Accredited member, registered and insured.
Issues I have worked with are:
childhood issues, depression, past affecting the present, health issues, relationship issues, loss of identity, purpose or meaning, issues with alcohol, divorce, lack of confidence, separation, panic attacks, feeling afraid, redundancy, stress, anger, abuse, anxiety, OCD, self esteem issues, work problems, suicide within a family, suicidal thoughts, bereavement, loss of a child.
Therapy can aid a person too feel; in-control, accepting of themselves and able to cope more with their problems. This is done by focusing on the clients issues, growing their awareness with a counsellor/therapist that is non-judgmental and accepting of them as a person.
Person-Centred Counselling in Bexhill-on-Sea.
Little Lodge Counselling