Caroline Copland offers a safe environment where clients can talk confidentially about concerns, problems and thoughts causing anxiety or impacting negatively on life in any other respect. Caroline works with clients to challenge unhelpful or obsessive thought patterns and explore opportunities for fulfilment and change. With initial training as a Jungian analyst, Caroline has a grounding in analytical psychology and now works in a humanistic style from the school of Transactional Analysis which is focused on the all-important interactions we have with others. Caroline is interested in each client as an individual, empathetic to experience, and enabling of change. Agreeing specific outcomes to work towards with clients is key to her collaborative approach.
Having worked through to board level in corporate organisations and subsequently run her own business, Caroline understands the pressures of the commercial world which often lead to obstructive coping methods. She supports individuals to rediscover healthy existence beyond fear and perceived expectation and has a specialist interest in addiction and breaking negative behaviours with a focus on self-care, self-esteem and comprehensive wellbeing. Previous experience includes counselling on the parents helpline for the charity Young Minds, support work within an acute mental healthcare ward for adults aged 18 – 65. She is also an active member of the Bereaved by Brain Tumour support network.
Caroline is registered with the UKCP and UKATA she has worked within The Awareness Centre’s low cost counselling service in Clapham and now sees NHS clients in Lambeth.