Still Waters Counselling

Therapeutic help...

 

In a safe and confidential setting you will be offered time and support to;

  • Explore your thoughts, feelings and concerns
  • Come to terms with accepting things that cannot be changed
  • Be empowered to change what is possible
  • Reach a point of peace in your being

Supervision

For individuals and groups. As a supervisor I work to meet the needs of counsellors as they work towards or maintain their accreditation and ensure best practice at all times.

This would include:

  • Report writing
  • Guidance
  • Telephone support between sessions
  • Case study support

 

Meet The Team

   

Wendy Haslam

BA.ED., BA. Counselling, Dip. CPC.

Wendy is the Director of Still Waters. With a background in education, psychology and theology she has worked in a variety of settings prior to establishing Still Waters as a counselling and training centre.

She has links with other therapists and is able to suggest the best course of action and offers a quick response to all enquiries.

Wendy offers counselling and supervision and leads training days.  She is well placed to help with abuse including historic abuse along with other areas as may be seen on this site. 

 

   

Patricia Hellier

SRN. RSCN., RNCT., Dip CPC

Patricia trained as a nurse and has a breadth of experience in both adult and children's nursing.  She spent some time in adult education as a nurse tutor. 

She was a religious sister in the Church of England and thus has a theological background. To this end, she was part of a team that worked with individuals training for ordination. She also worked in a variety of areas within the parish.  

Patricia offers Spiritual Direction- do contact to discuss your needs

 

   

Linda Staines

MSc. Family and Systemic Psychotherapist

Linda's background is in broadcasting and teaching. She has worked extensively with families affected by domestic abuse and within the youth justice system. 

Family therapy can help people in close relationship talk about and understand each others' experiences and needs. Research shows its effectiveness in a wide variety of situations where families are experiencing difficulties. We will agree a way of working together, considering each family's unique culture, beliefs, ages and life experiences. Sometimes it doesn't take many sessions for families to find a way forward.

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