Beyond Birth Counselling…all you need to know.
WHO AM I?
Rosemary Harris: RN RM BSc (Hons) Midwifery Practice MSC Health Studies, Counselling and Psychotherapy level 4 and Advanced Diploma in Counselling Oxbridge
Registered with the National Counselling Society and the Nursing and Midwifery Council
I am a non-practising registered midwife with experience in counselling with anxieties and depression related to childbirth, including traumatic birth experiences.
I am also a qualified counsellor and psychotherapist with experience in counselling for all life related events, anxieties and depression and relationship difficulties.
WHAT DO I OFFER?
You have likely come to this website because something in your life is not working for you and you are seeking to make changes
Would you like support to be able to explore and fulfil your full potential in a non-judgemental, compassionate way?
Are you tired of being inhibited by depression and anxiety?
Are you tired of letting fear, anxiety and insecurities intrude on your life?
I can help you unlock your potential for a purposeful life and having more meaningful relationships.
Basically, I use a Person-Centred Approach to Counselling with use of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy if necessary and an integrated approach to using other relevant therapies if appropriate.
An initial consultation either face to face or via ZOOM, SKYPE, FaceTime or a telephone call where your needs are talked about and we decide together on the best way forward for your further sessions. All sessions are fully confidential and any professional notes that are made about discussions are kept on an encrypted computer.
£45 per hour. I am prepared to negotiate fees if you are experiencing financial difficulties.
GET IN TOUCH
Please contact me via email (email@example.com) or telephone (07920527415) to arrange an appointment.
Note: The person-centred counsellor is not an expert; rather the client is seen as an expert on themselves and the person-centred counsellor encourages the client to explore and understand themselves and their troubles.
‘The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I change’.
Carl Rogers, On Becoming a Person: A Therapist’s View of Psychotherapy