Frazer is an integrative counsellor who offers a safe, confidential and non-judgmental space for clients to open up and express how they are really feeling. For Frazer, counselling is about helping people to further understand themselves and their own emotions, finding ways of helping people to cope with the more difficult times in their life.
Frazer uses an array of different techniques to help clients do this; he often draws upon person centered approaches to help people open up and express their feelings. He may use psychodynamic methods to help understand the client’s past and how it affects them today. Frazer also may use existential techniques to help people find purpose if they feel lost or unaware of where they want to be. Frazer’s approach is unique with every client, and he works with them collaboratively to find the best path for them.
Frazer’s background is centred around counselling, he has been training for almost five years, doing multiple accredited courses to ensure his professional standard as a counsellor. Frazer understands the stress and anxieties that life can bring and how helpful it can be to have a safe space to discuss how one copes with these factors.
Frazer’s warm and tailored approach can help clients to find direction in their life, discussing difficult moments or problems that they are encountering. Frazer puts a special emphasis on allowing the client to use the space how they want, allowing them to talk about anything they feel is important to them.
Frazer is an integrative counsellor registered with the BACP, currently working at the awareness centre in Clapham for low-cost counselling. He has achieved both Level 2 and 3 BACP accredited counselling certificates.
Frazer is now in his final year of university, working towards his degree in counselling, to become an accredited BACP counselor. Frazer’s integrative techniques include, CBT, person centred, psychodynamic and existential approaches.