Moya Chase MBACP (Accred) UKCP

Psychotherapy, Therapeutic Counselling, Psychodynamic Supervision

 

 







YOUR THERAPIST

Training, Qualifications & Experience

I have been counselling individual adult clients for 20 years, and young adults for 15 years.

Post-Graduate Diploma in Counselling and Psychotherapy (Advanced Diploma) 2004. Westminster Pastoral Foundation, London, (University of Surrey, Roehampton).

Post-Graduate Diploma in Psychodynamic Counselling (2000). Southampton Pastoral Counselling (Westminster Pastoral Foundation Affiliate)

Post-qualification Diploma in Working with Young People (2005) Westminster Pastoral Foundation.

Working with Adolescents (2008) Tavistock Clinic, Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust, (University of East London)

Psychodynamic Supervision (WPF Certificate in Supervision, 2011)

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre)
Cruse Bereavement Care.

Registered with Counselling Directory

United Kingdom Council for Psychotherapy (2007): Psychodynamic Psychotherapist; Therapeutic Counsellor (UKCP)

British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (2005) Accredited Member (BACP)

UKRC Registered Independent Counsellor (UKRC)

My training is psychodynamic, which is a way of understanding ourselves and others by making links between the past and the present. Psychodynamic counselling is a therapeutic process that helps people understand and resolve their worries and problems through a process of exploration of thoughts, feelings, memories and dreams.

Areas of counselling I deal with

Abuse
Addiction(s)
Anger
Anxiety
Bereavement
Bullying
Childhood Trauma. Survivors of Childhood Abuse
Child Related Issues
Couples
Depression
Eating Disorders
Low Self-Confidence
Low Self-Esteem
Post-natal Depression
Relationship Issues
Sexual Issues
Sexuality
Stress
Termination/Abortion/Miscarriage
Trauma
Work Related Issues

Other areas of counselling I deal with

Loss of meaning in life
Redundancy
Family issues and relationships
Divorce
Refugee support
Alcohol and Drug issues within family
Adolescents
Loss and change
Life changing illness
Mid-life crisis
Loss of a sibling


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