Karen received has a BA (Hons) in Psychotherapy and Counselling in 2010. She is a member of the Association of Professional Counsellors and Psychotherapists (APCP).
Karen’s approach is collaborative. She believes that each client is unique. Establishing a trusting relationship is key, her priority is to ensure her client feels comfortable and safe. She believes only when trust is established, can the client work towards overcoming their difficulties, achieving their goals or bringing about the change they would like to see in their lives.
Karen has worked in the Domestic Violence sector for over a decade. She is highly skilled in helping clients to identify unhealthy relationship dynamics. She is also experienced in working with clients who have or are currently experiencing trauma or PTSD.
As part of her continuous professional development she has completed the ASIST skills and suicide awareness training.
Areas of particular interest:
- Domestic Violence
- Work Related Stress
- Workplace Bullying
- Gender Issues
- Anxiety Disorders
- Complicated Grief & Loss
- Pregnancy & Infertility issues
- Self Harm
Area of specialism:
- Domestic Violence and Trauma