About Harriet

During our lifetime we can face many difficult moments and events. At these times emotions can feel out of control often making it difficult for you to function at work or home or engage fully in your life. It's not easy to share how you feel with family, colleagues or close friends. This is where I can help.
Counselling provides a safe, confidential space to talk and explore all that is going on in your life. I can listen and help you gain a deeper understanding of yourself and find more appropriate ways of coping. Together, we can work towards finding new ways and strategies that can lead to a more fulfilled life.
Authentic
Client Focussed
Experienced
Passionate
Empathic

Specialisms

Harriet's Rates

Phone

£50.00 (Individual)

Video

£50.00 (Individual)

In Person

£50.00 (Individual)
Harriet

Get to Know Harriet

Why did you choose to become a therapist?

I have always worked in the support and advice sector. One of my previous jobs was in family support for a charity supporting families with children with life threatening illness, previous to that I have been a citizens advice worker and further education advice worker. I believe in empowering ourselves with knowledge to make decisions. I believe in the true power of being heard, felt and connected and all of this can be found in the therapeutic relationship. Training to become a counsellor was one of the most challenging but empowering experiences. I believe that seeking the support of a counsellor can help you work through any challenges that you are facing, it often can be a difficult process but I always feel it is a privilege to work alongside each and everyone client.

Why do you think integrative therapy is the most effective form of therapy?

Integrative therapy uses varied techniques which I feel allows for a tailored approach to each person. I have a particular interest in helping clients understand the neuroscience behind anxiety and depression and helping clients to find ways to bring calm and hope into their lives. The intergrative approach allows for all these therapeutic approaches to be adopted rather than a one size fits all therapy approach.

How would you describe your therapy session & approach?

I am an integrative counsellor which means I incorporate a number of different ways of thinking into my work depending on what you, the client needs. You might not know where to start when you first come to counselling so please don't worry, it is my job to make you feel comfortable. Sessions last for an hour and I offer both short term and long terms counselling. I tailor my support to your situation and can use various approaches including Emotional Freedom Tehnique (Tapping), Psychoeducation on anxiety, a trauma informed approach, Cognitive Behavioural Techniques. However, at the heart of my work is building a trusting relationship and encouraging you to think about what you want to achieve from counselling and work towards meeting your goals.

What are your Top 3 professional achievements so far?

Working in the NHS as a staff counsellor during the Pandemic and adapting our service to meet the needs of our staff. Setting up a private counselling practice. On the journey to become an Emotional Freedom Technique(Tapping) Practitioner