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Colin Neve

Colin has over 33 years of military and emergency services experience, and he is very aware, from personal experience that a uniform is no barrier to poor mental health.

 

Colin says "As someone may be seen as macho and alpha male. , I have personally experienced challenging anxiety-driven low times, and, met many people in the uniformed services who have suffered from everything to depression, low self-esteem, and addiction issues, and therefore a realization that a uniform is no barrier or protection to mental health challenges and illnesses."

 

I primarily in a person-centered way, he has a natural emphatic style and likes to encourage clients that sometimes the best solution to poor or challenging mental health is to focus and fill life space with a positive forward-thinking approach and embrace positive experiences.

 

I am also has a great interest and training in life coaching and taking positive action in our lives can be the biggest weapon, in helping us take back control is coupled with the acceptance that to move forward in life, sometimes we have to ensure that the past is safely packed away and understood.

 

I have extensive knowledge and experience in Trauma Risk Management. Colin is specialised in Anxiety, Depression, Trauma & PTSD, Men’s issues & Suicide and Life Coaching

 

Qualifications & Professional Courses

Level 5 Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapeutic Skills and Theory (CBT)

Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling

Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Studies

BTEC Level Trauma Management

Counselling & Coaching Experience

Private Practice Counsellor - counselling support to Adults
March on Stress - Associate Trainer - providing training on Wellbeing & Trauma Management
Untapped AI - Accelerator - providing coaching and mentoring and supporting organisational leaders
Bournemouth YMCA - Visiting Counsellor - providing support for vulnerable people in the community
Dorset Mind - Counsellor for the Blue Light Project - providing free counselling support for Emergency Services Personnel

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