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Counselling & Psychotherapy

Counselling and Psychotherapy are often considered to be interchangeable therapies that overlap in a number of ways. Counselling, in specific situations, is offered as part of the psychotherapy process; whereas a counsellor may work with clients in a psychotherapeutic manner.
The key difference between the two courses of therapeutic communication treatment lies in the recommended time required to see benefits. Counselling usually refers to a brief treatment that centres around behaviour patterns. Psychotherapy focuses on working with clients for a longer-term and draws from insight into emotional problems and difficulties.
The above has been taken directly from ‘The counsellors guide’ website for more information please visit

Code of Ethics

As a BACPM registered and accredited counsellor I adhere to their ethic and values which are very much incorporated into the work I do.

  1. Being Trustworthy: honouring the trust placed in the practitioner

  2. Autonomy: respect for the clients right to be self-governing

  3. Beneficence: a commitment to promoting the client's well-being

  4. Non-Maleficence: a commitment to avoiding harm to the client

  5. Justice: The fair and impartial treatment of all clients and the provision of adequate survive

  6. Self-Respect: Fostering the practitioner's self knowledge and care for self

For further information on ethics and BACP guidelines, please feel free to look on their website