Hi! I’m Jessy, a qualified BACP person-centred counsellor, supporting new mums with postnatal emotional and mental issues. I have also worked with bereavement charities and wellbeing centres.
I have had depression since I was a teenager and have developed and shared strategies to cope and learn to live with it.
I am driven to help others in need. Much like if you see someone stumble and fall, you go to help them, I feel like I do that for people who have stumbled emotionally.
It breaks my heart to see others with facades, masks, so thick and intricate that even they have forgotten their true selves. They have forgotten how to bounce back from bad things or people or they simply don’t know how to heal from traumas they have experienced. They have forgotten themselves.
I know I am a supporter, healer, helper. I know my role in life is to help others and my message to the world is that there is hope; they can find their own answers within to the questions they ask and they have the strength within them to achieve it.
As part of best and safe practice, I am a member of BACP and abide by their code of ethics.1
What does all this mean for you?
It means I am able to support you emotionally because of my experiences, training and support.
It means I am part of a larger professional body being the best I can to ensure you are safe when vulnerable.
It means I am confident I can help you be happier and authentic.
It means you can relax, you have the support you need and are not alone anymore.
1 What is the BACP?
The BACP stands for The British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy. The BACP is one of the largest professional membership organisations for counsellors and therapists in the UK, providing an ethical framework for good practice for counsellors and therapists, and information and guidance for people who access therapy. I abide by their Ethical Framework for Good Practice, which can be found here: http://www.bacp.co.uk/ethical_framework