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Tracey Neale

couple therapy canterbury

Couple Therapy Canterbury

 

My name is Tracey Neale and I’m a BACP accredited Integrative Counsellor based at Couple Therapy Canterbury. I’m also a qualified EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing) practitioner.

‘Integrative counselling’ means I use different therapeutic models depending, on each couple’s individual needs, or where they are in their therapeutic journey. This approach enables me to work with flexibility, tailoring my therapy accordingly.

How I can help

With over ten years’ experience counselling couples I will help you improve the communication between you. Firstly, through achieving a better understanding of any unresolved issues alongside exploring the complexities within your relationship. Secondly, I will gently challenge any negatives beliefs or patterns of behaviour that might be having a detrimental effect on your relationship.

My aim is to ensure you both feel comfortable enough to open up on both an honest, intimate level. This is will be achieved by providing you the time and space, not only to talk, but to really listen. The safety of the therapy room will hopefully encourage honesty and the opportunity to understand the issues from each other’s point of view.

By supporting you both through change, means you can begin to look towards a more positive future. When you invest time and energy into your counselling experience, it can be a positive step which brings about positive change.

My approach is non-judgmental and empathic. Most importantly, I respect every couples right to confidentiality.

Ethical Standards

I subscribe to and work within the UKCP code of ethics and the BACP ethical framework. I also undertake regular professional development and supervision as well as having professional indemnity insurance.

If you would like to book an appointment to see Tracey at couple therapy Canterbury then please contact her via Relationship Counselling Kent today. Request to see Tracey

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