Rebeccah EvansContact this Therapist
Counsellor & Psychotherapist
Reg. MBACP, MNCS (accred), HACP, Approved Registered member for Health Insurance Providers
Rebeccah Evans Counsellor & Psychotherapist
BA(Hons), PACFA Reg.Clinical. Reg.MBACP MNCS (Accred.)
I offer Counselling, Psychotherapy and Clinical Consultation to Private Clients, Professionals and Organisations and am an Approved, Registered Counsellor & Psychotherapist for various Health Insurance Providers, Medibank and Employee Assisted Programs (EAP's). I hold Clinical Registration with PACFA and am a Registered Member of the BACP and Accredited with the NCS.
My experience includes many years in private practice within The Yew Tree Clinic at the Whiteley GP Surgery (UK) and 45 Central Street, London providing Counselling and Psychotherapy services for private clients, professionals, Education providers, Employee Assistance Programmes (EAP's), General Practitioners (GP's) and Insurance providers; which I continue to do so via Skype. I have also worked with linguistically and culturally diverse client groups on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland, London and the UK within a range of settings including Laurel Place, Mind, NHS, Young People's Counselling Services and 1 Community. During this time I have gained enormous insight and experience working with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families. please feel free to contact me or click here for further details.
Accredited Member - National Counselling Society (NCS)
Registered Member - British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)
Registered Member - British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy Children and Young People (BACP - CYP)
Clinical Registrant - Psychotherapy and Counselling Federation of Australia (PACFA)
UK Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Service
Australian National Police Check
Insurance: Professional Indemnity and Public Liability
BA Hons (First Class) in Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy
Certificate in Person-Centred Couples / Relationship Counselling
BACP MindEd: Support Young Healthy Minds
BACP Certificate of Proficiency
The Neuroscience of Caregiving: A Brain Based Attachment Approach to Supporting Traumatised and Vulnerable
Children, Young People, Adults and Families
Sexual Exploitation Awareness
Storytelling as Person-Centred Expressive Therapy
Assessing Risk and Resilience with Young People in the Counselling Process
Dr. Rachel Freeth: Psychiatry and the Person-Centred Approach
Risk Taking and Young People
Alcohol & Substance Misuse: Stage 1 & 2
Mental Health Awareness
Protection of Vulnerable Adults (POVA)
Self-Harm & Suicidal Behaviour
THE WAY I WORK
I offer Counselling and Psychotherapy online to clients in the UK and internationally.
Online counselling coined 'Skypotherapy' is the same process as in-person counselling or psychotherapy. Instead of talking in the same room, you talk over your computer screen. Using the internet for counselling and psychotherapy is a great use of modern technology and the internet whilst offering significant benefits of flexibility.
Counselling and psychotherapy delivered online is fast becoming an internationally accepted alternative to face to face therapy and makes it easy for you to engage in counselling no matter where you live in the world. Skype is a free, high quality video conferencing program that allows us to talk together. Skype is free to download, free to use and easy to install.
As a Counsellor and Psychotherapist, Skypotherapy allows me to reach clients across the globe unconstrained by international borders. I hold regular appointments with clients across Australia, London and the UK providing clients flexibility whilst retaining the visual element of face to face counselling and Psychotherapy. Skypotherapy is a convenient and alternative to face-to-face sessions, with all the benefits of traditional therapy and find that clients can often feel more relaxed and comfortable in their own environment.
I provide a safe, open environment where you are able to explore difficulties and find direction in your life and through the counselling process, experience personal growth and development. I offer a confidential, non-judgmental and an accepting environment for those wishing to experience change in their personal circumstances.
Counselling offers time and space in which to safely explore and grow, to understand anxieties, feelings and thoughts which may be troubling you.
It is also an opportunity to come to understand changes or life experiences which can cause anxiety, depression, self confidence and relationship issues, without criticism or judgement. Person-Centred counselling can facilitate significant and lasting change; for young people, men and women, from a range of backgrounds.
I trust in a person’s ability to find their own answers and direction in their own time and provide the right environment for them to do so.
Increased self-confidence, higher self-esteem, deeper understanding and an ability to see ourselves more clearly are some benefits of counselling and psychotherapy.
Abortion, Abuse, Emotional abuse, Physical abuse, Sexual abuse, Compulsive Habits, Alcoholism, Affairs and betrayals, Anger management, Gender dysphoria, Anxiety, Carer support, Bereavement, Bipolar disorder/Manic depression, Bullying, Cancer, Career, Child related issues, Dementia, Depression, Disabilities, Drug abuse, Eating disorders, Binge-eating disorder, Family issues, Gambling, HIV/AIDS, Hoarding, Infertility, Internet Compulsion, Low self-confidence, Low self-esteem, Miscarriage, Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), Panic disorder, Passive aggressive behaviour, Personality disorders, Postnatal depression, Psychosis, Redundancy, Relationship issues, Schizophrenia, Self-harm, Separation and divorce, Sex Compulsion, Sex problems, Sexuality, Smoking, Stress, Suicidal thoughts, Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), Trauma
TYPES OF THERAPY
Psychotherapy, Couples counselling, Bereavement Counselling, Counselling