Gill Simpson

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Information

Speciality Counselling

BACP accredited voluntary register mark

About Gill

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

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.

Couples Therapy

Couples can get into difficulty for a number of reasons. Examples are constant bickering or arguing, the breakdown of communication, debt or substance misuse or lack of trust following disclosure of an affair. When a relationship is at breaking point it can often make you feel exhausted and depressed. Talking to a Relationship Counsellor can help you get to the heart of your conflicts. The aim is to give you a safe environment in which to talk about your relationship issues so you can improve your communication and gain confidence in self-expression as a couple. It can also help you discover how you negotiate and compromise with one another so you can discover ways of moving forward.

Appointments last 50 Minutes. For more information please check the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy or our Counselling page.