07772696598 | Bournemouth | Psychotherapist (MA )| Clinical Supervisor (MBACP)

 


Stephanie JeansABOUT INDABA COUNSELLING 

Life may be what you make of it but sometimes it does not always go your way and you can be left feeling as if you are alone in your struggles. However, as a person-centred counsellor I can say this does not have to be the case. We will work together to enable you to develop your self-awareness and find insights and solutions that are unique and empowering for you. 

If it matters to you, it is a valid issue for sharing in counselling. My expertise include, but are not limited to: relationships, bereavement, stress, anxiety, depression, compulsive sex and porn behaviours, sexual issues, trauma, abuse,young people.

Read more about my experience and way of working.

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My Commitment

You can trust that your information and personal matters will be handled with sensitivity, professionalism, integrity, and the utmost discretion.  I will work with you to help you bring about effective change in your life so that you can enjoy the well being and fulfillment that you so richly deserve.

I practise an ethos of reaching out to all across any social barrier created by differences in culture, lifestyle, religion, economic class, gender, age and ethnic group.
 

"The time for healing of the wounds has come. The time to build is upon us." Nelson Mandela

Services

Take the first step and learn what counselling can do for you. To book our first appointment:
       Call me now on +44(0)7772696598
     Or fill in my contact form.

We can also talk on Skype or FaceTime if this suits your lifestyle and needs.

I value your privacy – all calls and emails are dealt with by me alone and are strictly confidential.  Access is easy with no stairs.

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"Who looks outside dreams; who looks inside wakes." Jung


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Qualifications

I am an accredited member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP). This gives you the assurance that I conform to their monitoring standards and offer an ethical and professional service.

Links

Counselling Directory Profile
BACP Profile

Why "Indaba Counselling"?

'Indaba' is a Zulu word meaning coming together to discuss something which is affecting you, a safe forum where you have a voice and will be heard. The emphasis is on exploring ways of communicating and a resultant growth. Counselling very much represents this meeting of the minds.

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WCAG 2.0 (Level AA)


 

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