Meet Our Counsellors

Vincent Tanner
vincent headshotHi, I’m Vincent. My counselling approach focuses on building an alliance with you to move you towards a more positive outlook and resolve issues that are hindering your day-to-day life. Through my experience of working with many clients of all ages, I feel this can be best achieved by providing a secure and confidential environment where you can explore your thoughts and feelings in a non-judgmental setting with empathetic support. Through creating a relationship built on trust, we will work together on issues that you feel are preventing you from achieving your full potential. My aim is to achieve the best possible outcome for you. Please take the time to read my full profile to learn more about my experience within counselling. More about Vincent.

Kam Sanghera

Kam SangheraHi I’m Kam. I practice a holistic approach which places the individual within their social, historical and cultural context. Working in an integrative manner gives me the flexibility and access to more than one way of working for the individual, which basically means that rather than specialise in any one kind of technique, there are various ideas that I can draw upon and adapt to suit the client’s needs. I believe I can provide an objective view of how a person has been ‘constructed’ over their life of experience. More about Kam.

Bronwen Anthony 

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Hello my name is Bronwen Anthony.

I believe that sometimes life’s challenges can appear overwhelming and trying to make sense of the way forward is just too difficult to contemplate without support.

I work with children, couples and families and my aim is to build up a relationship in which you will feel able to talk about what is happening in your life that you’d like to change, then for us to explore the reasons why this is occurring. We can be creatures of habit and feel comfortable with our patterns of how we communicate with each other or how we deal with things, however, it’s the patterns of communication that need to shift to allow for more positive outcomes. More about Bronwen.

Karen Richards

Karen RichardsHi, my name is Karen. I am a sensitive, respectful and widely experienced therapist. I work with high standards of integrity and adhere to a professional code of ethics and good practice. My core model of therapeutic understanding is Psychodynamic, which is informed by additional trainings in the Systemic, Psychological First Aid (Trauma), Cognitive Behavioural (CBT), Interpersonal (IPT) Therapy and Relationship Counselling theoretical approaches. This allows my work with individuals to be flexible and adaptive in order to be most helpful to my clients. I am also a qualified Clinical Supervisor. More about Karen.

Karen Batchelor

Hi, my name is Karen Batchelor, I am here to listen and to offer some time and space for you to be able to share how you have been feeling without fear of judgement.

I am a qualified and experienced psychodynamic counsellor and adhere to a professional code of ethics and good practice and belong to the British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP). More about Karen.

Jayshree Unadkat

Hi, I’m Jayshree.

Providing a safe, non-judgemental space for individuals is the cornerstone of how I practice. I am of the opinion, that whilst I provide a therapeutic space, the individual drives the sessions and their understanding of feelings that are present. Building on these with self-acceptance and self-care enables them to recognise their strength and resilience in any situation. More about Jayshree.

Naomi Caine

Hello, my name is Naomi.

I am an experienced counsellor with an Advanced Diploma in Psychodynamic Counselling. The psychodynamic model acknowledges the impact of our past experiences on our present lives, so helping us to gain insight and awareness of ourselves and our development.

Trust is essential to the counselling relationship, so confidentiality is important. I also always work sensitively and at the client’s own pace.

I am a registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and abide by the BACP’s Ethical Framework for good practice. More about Naomi here.

Andrew Noon
Andrew Noon Counsellor

Hi. My name is Andrew.

I’m an Integrative Relational Counsellor. Being an integrative counsellor means I draw on a range of therapeutic approaches: I have training in working with CBT; Humanistic and Psychodynamic approaches; but most importantly I work to develop an empathic, trusting relationship that helps you to a deeper understanding of what makes you tick. For me, the quality of the therapeutic relationship is the key to success. I will work with you to explore the way you think, feel, sense and perceive the world. We will sit as equals and I will offer empathy, support and, if it will be helpful, challenge. Most of all, I will listen to you. The development of this listening relationship is at the heart of my work. More about Andrew here.

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