Gill Simpson (MBACP registered) qualified from Southport College as a Counsellor in 2009. Although initially trained in the Person Centred approach to counselling, Gill works in a more in integrative way depending on her client’s issues or problems. She is a member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy and is on their Voluntary Accredited Register. She is also a qualified Clinical Supervisor, Couples Therapist and a trained Workplace Mediator.
Gill has worked in the Health & Social Care field for over 25 years and has considerable experience and interest in working with families and relationships.
Counselling is talking together, in a secure place, about your concerns. It enables you space and time to gain understanding and explore issues. The form of counselling practised is “people-centred counselling”. This is a non-directive form of counselling which represents the autonomy of the individual and their ability to find their own solutions, promoting self-acceptance and personal freedom. Counselling is carried out in the privacy of Southport Osteopathy, a multi-disciplinary practice offering a discrete service.
Appointments last 50 Minutes. For more information please check the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy