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North West London Counselling & Training



Next Courses

18/09/17

A 10 week course giving you a basic introduction into counselling and the basic skills we use.

ICSKL2

22/09/17 - Fridays

The Level 2 course runs over 15 weeks and gives candidates counselling skills, knowledge and practical experience.

CSKL2

23/09/17 - Saturdays

The Level 2 course runs over 15 weeks and gives candidates counselling skills, knowledge and practical experience.

CSKL2

 

 

 

 

 Siobhan Clift 

Since qualifying as a Counsellor in 2006 Siobhan has used her training and skills to provide counselling and training across London and Hertfordshire. She has worked as a Counsellor & Family worker within Schools and other agencies since 2006, supporting parents and children to address some of the difficulties that all families can face in life including bereavement, depression, self-harm, anxiety and the changes that occur as life progresses.

After qualifying as a Supervisor in 2010 she has been able to extend her experience by supporting counsellors in training and beyond to deepen their practice and empathetic ability to help clients to resolve their issues. Her training work has seen her running 10 week parenting courses, supporting parents in finding new ideas on how to tackle some of the troublesome issues we may face as parents. She worked at Bexley College, teaching level 2 & 3 CPCAB, Counselling courses,  Positive Images courses, Effective Communication Skills & Motivational Interviewing techniques to students and health trainers. Siobhan is currently studying for a Psychology degree.

Tracey Burke-Taylor

Tracey qualified in 2005 having spent her training hours at Wembley Centre for Health and Care and St Mary's Hospital in Paddington. Her teaching experience was gained at Brent Adult & Community Education Service and Westminster Adult Education Service where she headed up the Counselling and Alternative Therapies provision. Tracey has taught counselling and personal development courses in Adult Education and within the voluntary sector, designing bespoke course to fit with organisational needs and budgets. She has practiced privately as a counsellor since 2007,  having an absolute belief and conviction in the power of open communication to enhance understanding, thereby promoting effective, satisfying relationships and resolving conflict. Tracey provides clinical support and supervision to a small team of counsellors in a voluntary setting and is accredited by the British Association for Counsellors and Psychotherapists.