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Amy is an experienced wellbeing trainer (in person and online via Zoom), having delivered training/workshops for a variety of audiences such as therapists, HR, housing staff, support workers and managers. As well as being a qualified counsellor working with adults and teens in private practice and educational settings, Amy draws on her years of experience as a support worker, case manager and a public health practitioner, to provide training which informs and engages her audiences.

I can speak, confidently, for the whole team when I say that we found it really informative and interesting. The level of knowledge that you have around working with people who are neurodivergent is clearly evident and shared in such a way that it meant we felt confident in incorporating what we learned into our practice in the counselling room……You have a natural flair for putting people at ease and a warmth in the way you present. Thank you again.” – Canterbury College Counselling Team


For a taster of my training please view my FREE introduction to Counselling Skills for Professionals mini training below.

I offer a variety of interactive and experiential training packages suitable for therapists, local authorities, frontline support staff, school pastoral staff, managers, HR departments. These can be tailored to your particular needs and experience.

Topics include:

• Integrating Counselling Skills

• Empathic Management

• Exploring Neurodivergence/Neurodivergence in Practice – ideal for therapists, support workers, frontline workers etc.

• Trauma Informed Practice

• CBT Techniques for professionals

Contact me for more information by clicking the button below.

I also offer therapist coaching sessions for those qualified or trainee counsellors who require some help, guidance or confidence building in setting up their own private practice and sessions for those wanting to learn more about neurodivergence in the therapy room. See my therapist support page for more details.

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