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Jayne O'Sullivan

I am a qualified counsellor. Having counselling can be daunting, sifting through lots of different profiles and possibly not understanding all the different types of qualifications. So I thought I would just tell you a little bit about myself. For as long as I can remember, (as an adult), I’ve wanted to be a counsellor, but for many years, life got in the way. However, now looking back...
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I can support with: stress, work-related-stress, anxiety, academic-anxiety, social-anxiety, low-mood, depression, self-esteem, self-confidence, abortion, abuse, anger-management, career-counselling, disabilities, family-issues, miscarriage, panic-attacks, PTSD, self-harm, suicidal-thoughts, Self-worth, Bereavement, Sleep-issues, Relationship-issues, Change, Gender-Identity, Sexuality, Unfulfilled/loss-of-direction, Sexual-issues, Attachment-issues, Personality-Disorder, Eating-disorders, Carer-Support, Disassociation, Loneliness, OCD, Postnatal-Depression, Pregnancy-Birth,
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Jayne O’Sullivan

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About me

I am a qualified counsellor. Having counselling can be daunting, sifting through lots of different profiles and possibly not understanding all the different types of qualifications. So I thought I would just tell you a little bit about myself. For as long as I can remember, (as an adult), I’ve wanted to be a counsellor, but for many years, life got in the way. However, now looking back I don’t think it could be any other way, because my life experience has given me valuable insight and empathy.

My therapeutic approach

Initially I trained as an integrative counsellor and then went on to qualify as a Psychodynamic Counsellor. I would consider my approach holistic, using different approaches accordingly. I qualified in 2012 after working in mental health and substance misuse for several years and my journey has been tough at times but so worth it. I don’t consider myself to have any specific areas of specialty, for me every situation is different and unique, and I would prefer to build a trusting, honest relationship with you, where you feel confident and heard, whatever the problem may be. Having said that I suspect a little more information may be good. So, I have managed Mind in Mid Herts and Oasis Open Door (substance misuse service). I have also worked as a mentor at several universities in London. More recently I have been teaching counselling students at our local college. I also have a very small private practice where my clients come with all ranges of different problems that they would like to better understand. A few of my clients follow a 12-step programme of recovery, and I like to think that I have a reasonably good understanding of that process. For more information about Psychodynamic and Integrative counselling, please see our Guide to Therapeutic Approaches.

Qualifications and training

Qualification Levels 2 and 3 Integrative Counselling. Diploma Psychodynamic Counselling.

Professional body membership

I am a Registered member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).