Children/Young Person & Adult Counsellor/Psychotherapist

Louise specializes in working with Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES), Bereavement and Loss, Neurodiverse (Autism, ADHD), Trauma Therapy, Young People

 

Louise has spent 14 years working in education, in 2018, Louise decided to become a qualified counsellor driven by wanting to offer a listening ear and understanding to others. Louise feels a deep connection to herself because of her life journey and healing from childhood trauma,  with this in mind she brings her knowledge and expertise to further support not only children but their wider family.

 

Louise works in a person-centered way where she also adds a sparkle of a more creative approach and offers a creative side to her practice as well as working with my love for the outdoors and nature to include walk and talk sessions for clients.

 

Since qualifying Louise has continued my professional development in Dyadic Developmental Practice as a way of working with significant developmental trauma, based on PACE (Playfulness, acceptance, curiosity, and empathy). This approach has deep roots when working with a Therapeutic Parenting model and Parental Alienation to offer support to families in family court, Divorcing, breaking up, and co-parenting in a positive way that puts the child at the centre of the process and accepts the role of both parents and the wider family.

 

Louise's early career in registered childcare and early years children’s development. Moving through and working with many different and progressive educational settings, providing high-level mental health support, and managing differing behavioural barriers to learning, supporting, and recognizing a diverse and inclusive education for all.

 

Louise is specialized in managing neurodiverse and behavioural children’s education and behaviour support, with an emphasis on supporting the child/young person and enabling the team around the child which incorporates training and working to support parents and carers to further support the whole family approach, within the specialist behavioural academy educational setting.

 

During this time, it was her pleasure to support a varied range of diverse needs and areas including the Attachment focused approach, adverse childhood experience and early trauma, significant trauma, bereaved families, children with cancer, Neurotypical behaviour, and violent tendencies, supporting families and young persons during a process of diagnosis and further support as a specialist teaching assistant but also enabling and supporting mental health and emotional wellbeing as a trained Emotional Literacy Support Assistant.

 

Louise provides therapy to clients exploring life opportunities and experiences, intrusive thoughts, anxiety, low self-esteem, and childhood trauma and children and young people through my private practice and agency setting.

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Qualifications & Professional Courses

Level 5 Cert. Counselling Young People

Level 4 Dip. Theraputic Counselling

Dip. Creative Counsellor

Cert. Online & Telephone Counselling

Dyadic Development Psychotherapy

Trauma & Autism Therapist's Approach

Level 3 Early Years Learning Support Assistant (SEND)

Level 2 Safeguarding Children

Level 3 Early Years & Childcare

Dip. Creative Counsellor

Childhood Bereavement - Mosaic

Working Creatively with Bereavement - Mosaic

Traumatic and Complex Grief - Mosaic

Supporting Teenagers & Young People with Grief - Mosaic

Emotional Coaching

Trauma Work

Elsa Training

Parental Alienation & Resistant Families Disguised Compliance Training

Counselling Experience

Private Practice - Children, Young Person & Adult Counsellor

Leonard Trust - Counsellor

Redlands Counselling Service - Counsellor

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