There is good reason to be hopeful we are turning a corner regarding Covid currently. The vaccine rollout is going well and we have a clear roadmap out of lockdown and hopefully back to the new normal later this year. As the dust settles and we begin to take stock around what has happened over the last year I feel it is important to make it clear my practice and support is unchanged. I am still able to see people face to face if required as counselling and psychotherapy are rightly classed as important medical appointments. I am also able to exceed all current Covid safety requirements due to having my own office space that solely occupied and used by myself. If you want more details, I have attached a copy of my Covid Risk Assessment and Covid Individual Risk Assessment onto this page for you to read through. If you do not wish to work face to face, then I am also able to offer appointments via Zoom. If you have any questions or concerns, please just drop me a line.
Hello and Welcome to Elpis
First things first, thank you for visiting my site. Whether you are here because you are curious about counselling or therapy, you are a fellow counsellor who is looking for inspiration for your own site or just looking to nick some ideas, or whether you are at a point in your life when you are seriously considering seeing a counsellor, you are very welcome.
I have listed below the key things that I am experienced in and can offer short or long term support to people around. If you would like to know a bit more about me and go into a bit more depth around my experience, training and skills, please click on the link below which will take you to the ‘Meet Mark’ Section of the website.
MBACP (Accred): On BACP Accredited Register of Counsellors and Psychotherapists
Key areas of Expertise/Training
Counselling and Psychotherapy
- Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
- Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)
- Cognitive & Behavioural Therapies
- Psychodynamic Therapy
- Person-Centred Therapy
- Psychoanalytic Therapy
- Transactional Analysis
- Existential Therapy
Working with People Experiencing
- Generalised Anxiety Disorder
- Panic Attacks
- Family Issues
- Feelings of Sadness
- Bipolar Disorder
- Low Self-Esteem
- Emotional Abuse
- Sexual Abuse
- Domestic Violence
- Eating Disorders (anorexia/bulimia etc)
- Suicidal Thoughts/Urges
- Borderline Personality Disorder
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Separation and Divorce
- Personality Disorders
- Health Anxiety
- Affairs and Betrayals
How to Choose a Therapist? Blogs!
The eternal question of, 'How do I find the Right Therapist for Me?' is, well, eternal I suppose, and also blooming difficult to answer. Every therapist is different and has a set of skills and experience that is uniquely theirs.
I have been 'blogging', since March last year and I think my blogs give a good sense of me as a therapist and also a person. If you are considering me as a therapist I would suggest that if you have a read through some of my blogs they will help you get a idea of what to expect if you choose to meet me and engage with me as a client. The link to my blogs is on the main menu bar above (on the right hand side), or just click on the links below:
I am currently listening to an excellent podthing series based on the work of Oliver Sacks, a neurologist who some people might know from his rather awesome book, ‘The Man Who Mistook his Wife for a Hat’. He was also the person Robin Williams played in the film ‘Awakenings’. That film used Oliver’s work with … Read more
Hullo and happy Monday. Unless you are a Liverpool or Burnley football fan. I would imagine today is far from happy if you are! Anyway, I digress… What has inspired todays, ‘vaguely linked to psychology stuff’ rant today I hear you ask… Well, here I go! I have read a few articles over the last … Read more
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Thanks for the visit,