Tracey is a warm and compassionate counsellor with more than 10 years’ experience of working with clients that have suffered sexual trauma. She believes that every person has the resilience and strength to bring about positive change in their life. She works in a Person Centred way, which means that the client remains the most important person in a therapeutic relationship.
Tracey qualified as an Integrative Counsellor in 2004. Her work is based on Person Centred, Cognitive Behavioural (CBT) and Gestalt therapies. She is a registered member of the BACP who has also achieved a BSc in Psychology. She currently works within the NHS supporting clients who have been victims of sexual violence.
In addition to working with depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties and low self-esteem, Tracey has also worked extensively with domestic abuse and trauma and is highly experienced when it comes to issues such as self-harm and suicidal ideation.
Tracey believes that each and every one of us has the right to be respected and valued and that by exploring difficult and painful issues together, you will find both the courage and strength to make positive changes in your life and live the life you deserve. She aims to provide you with a safe, non- judgemental space where her role is to not criticise or give advice, but to explore the difficulties you might be facing in your life. We all have times in our lives when we feel sad, lonely and anxious; talking to someone you trust is the first step to recovery.