Warm, welcoming, honourable and compassionate best describes the therapeutic space I hold. My practice emphasises facilitating a partnership to support clients in an exploration of themselves, a course of treatment that can bring change, growth and healing. You may have defenses that you have grown quite attached and accustomed too, I’m not here to tear them down but work with them to support subtle shifts.
I work in a creative way incorporating; Mindfulness, Art therapy, Guided visualisations, Valuing and Transpersonal transformative practices in a safe non- judgemental environment.
I have over 10 years’ talking therapy experience, having worked for Westminster Mind, Fresh Start, The Caravan and NHS SLAM and developed my private practice Feel Supported.
My additional experience includes working in retail, corporate finance and social care. Having this varied work experience allows me to relate to individuals from diverse backgrounds. I have received awards for my outstanding community contributions, which have been motivated by an innate approach to meeting and treating individuals in a compassionate and respectful way.
I formed the Feel Supported counselling service to create a safe and supportive space for people to receive professional help to initiate a transformation in their lives. You no longer need to feel alone and isolated with your problems, come and Feel Supported.
My direction towards self-development as exposed me to deep and wonderful values. I now understand that feelings don’t need to be avoided or feared, they just are. I know that all people are inherently creative and that given the right environment of empathy, non-judgmental and unconditional positive regard everyone can find their way. As a fully qualified Psychotherapist and registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy I demonstrate an attitude of professional boundaries and conduct towards clients which has helped me carefully adhere to their Ethical Framework for Good Practice. My professional journey started with a foundation certificate in counselling theory, before being awarded a Degree (Hons) in Counselling and Psychotherapy accredited by the United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (UKCP).
During my studies at the University of Roehampton I was actively encouraged to engage in Psychotherapy as it’s an integral requirement to first experience what it means to be a client while exploring one’s own issues and promote emotional growth. This has been a deep and extensive journey into myself which has supported me, not only in my work, but also in personal my life. As a commitment to continued professional development I achieved my postgraduate qualification through the Universities Counselling and Psychotherapy Association (UPCA), and since then has completed further training in sexual, emotional and psychological abuse, suicidal ideation skills and post tramatic disorder,
I am an integrative Therapist which means I work eclectically in Psychodynamic, Cognitive Behavioural therapy and Humanistic with an emphasis on Existential Phenomenology. These skills I have refined throughout my 10 years clinical experience practicing both in the public and private sector. Such experience encompasses working at the Samaritans, the National Health Service and in GP surgeries specialising in bereavement and loss. I have worked in Community engagement with Turning Point substance misuse service and also spent four extremely rewarding years working as an addictions practitioner at Phoenix Futures Adult Residential Rehabilitation Centre during which time I received training in psychopharmacology.
Currently I am studying to achieve Qualified Teacher Status qualifications in Post Compulsory Education which will enable me to facilitate training programs and or lecture in my faculty of expertise.
Tracey is currently working with Feel supported to develop their business model and online social media strategy.
Tracey Meyer is an online course designer, e-course consultant and strategist. She is passionate about helping entrepreneurs and small businesses create visually engaging online courses that get their students results, get them more referrals and sales in their business. You can check out her course design blog here. When she’s not blogging or creating courses, she can be found sipping chai lattes, walking on the beach or running after her adorable toddler.
Noel Bell is a UKCP accredited clinical psychotherapist in London who has spent over 20 years exploring and studying personal growth, recovery from addictions and inner transformation. A graduate of CCPE, Noel is an integrative therapist who draws upon the most effective tools and techniques from the Psychodynamic, CBT, Humanist, Existential and Transpersonal schools. The five year postgraduate diploma programme is accredited by the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP). The CCPE is also a member of the (UKCP). I abide by the UKCP Ethical Code of practice.
Noel provides one to one individual counselling and psychotherapy as well as couples counselling in Sydenham London SE26 as well as at London Bridge, SE1. He also offers online counselling from the comfort of your own home.
He maintains a blog on psychological well-being http://noelbell.net/psychotherapy-blog/ and interviews leading experts on a range of clinical areas https://www.youtube.com/user/NoelBellBlog/videos
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BA (Education), Grad Dip Counselling.
After gaining her Bachelor Degree in Education, Laura completed her postgraduate studies in counselling. As an Italian who migrated to Australia during her undergraduate studies, Laura became particularly interested and conducted projects and research on the cognitive processes of being bilingual. As part of her Bachelor course, she wrote a thesis on the cognitive advantages of raising children bilingual.
Laura has worked in the education sector for over 7 years and after completing her counselling qualifications in 2013 she started working as Welfare Officer at a Australian University where she is currently employed. She counsels and case manages both local and international students attending the University who are experiencing hardship and personal issues. Laura is very passionate about supporting individuals in their daily struggles, overcoming fears and embracing change.
Laura’s approach to the therapeutic process involves working collaborating with individuals by offering a tailored approach. During the counselling sessions Laura implements a wide range of flexible, creative and evidence-based psycho-therapeutic interventions that aim to improve well-being and mental health, to change or resolve unhelpful behaviors, beliefs, thoughts, emotions, addictions and to improve relationships and social skills. Person-centred, cognitive behavioral, psychodynamic and mindfulness are the main therapeutic approaches that Laura adopts to promote self-awareness, acceptance and strengths in her clients.
Laura is a very empathetic therapist, who is culturally responsive with a great understanding of cultural diversity and enjoys the privilege of supporting individuals through counselling.
Please contact me via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Feel Supported works with a unique psychological model called ‘The Bubbles of Separation’. This model looks at parts of the psyche that has been alienated or disconnected. Practitioners work with clients to reconnect to these alienated parts and support integration.