|Works with:||Individuals, Couples|
|Sessions:||Face-to-Face, Online, Telephone|
|Locations:||Kingston upon Thames|
Phoebe Fuller is an experienced counsellor/psychotherapist working with both individuals and couples. She has over 30 years experience working in organisational settings and private practice. The breadth of her experience enables her to offer an integrative approach using psychodynamic and attachment based models alongside a more pragmatic and psycho educational approach. Her aim is to offer individual clients the chance to explore and work through difficult times in their lives, understand and integrate past experiences and to work towards realising their full potential. As a couple of therapist she ensures she maintains neutrality and balances the needs and experiences of each partner as well as paying attention to the importance of the couple/family unit. Whether working with individuals or couples she aims to make a genuine and helpful connection with every client and is committed to offering a welcoming, safe and professional service.
Phoebe began working in community mental health in a variety of innovative projects. After counselling students in further and higher education she moved into workplace counselling working with staff and students within the health service and the financial sector. This included supporting individuals and groups following unexpected traumatic incidents. Phoebe feels passionately about the value for everyone in gaining greater understanding of their own emotional well-being and the importance within mental health of developing greater self compassion. She knows that helping clients make links between their internal experiences and past and present events so untangling complex thoughts and feelings can be surprisingly powerful. Empowering people through self-realisation and awareness is the belief that she brings to all her therapeutic work.
Phoebe is an integrative psychotherapist qualifying in psychodynamic psychotherapy at the Westminster Pastoral Foundation in 2004 and was senior accredited with BACP in 2003. She gained her original diploma in counselling in 1987 and was first accredited by BACP in 1990. Earlier in her career she trained in systemic family/marital therapy and in 2016 gained a diploma in transpersonal couple counselling and psychotherapy at the Centre for Counselling and Psychotherapy Education.