Miss Debbie Roberts: Counselling
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Miss Debbie Roberts

Counselling

 

  • Fee assured
Overview

Specialises in

  • Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT)
  • Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR)
  • Psychotherapy

About me

I am a BACP accredited and registered counsellor and psychotherapist. I have experience of working in the NHS, the voluntary sector and in private practice. I am used to working with all sorts of people and over fifteen years I have helped people deal with a wide range of the difficulties we humans experience.

I cut my teeth in this profession with 'No Panic', this is an organisation that supports people who have panic attacks, phobias, anxiety, obsessive compulsive problems or trauma.

At the University of Derby I counselled students on many issues, such as bereavement, stress and suicidal thoughts. For PODA (Prevention of Domestic Abuse), I took women or men who had been perpetrators or survivors of domestic abuse, through an intensive evidence-based cognitive behavioural therapy program. I have worked with men, women, young people and children on issues regarding anger.

I counselled in alcohol and substance misuse services, helping people to change addictive behaviours and return to healthier psychological and emotional stability.

I then went on to work with Mind, a well-known mental health charity, again this involved working with people from all backgrounds, ages, ethnicities and religions who had various mental health issues.

I provided a counselling and psychotherapy service in GP surgeries. Although the work focussed mainly on anxiety and depression, the causes of these symptoms were many and varied and my experience grew.

I joined a team in the NHS providing early intervention for children. I became a parenting specialist working with parents who were experiencing difficulty in managing their children's behaviour or who wanted to change the way they behaved towards their children in order to help their children overcome their difficulties. I also worked on attachment issues with parents, helping them to overcome problems with bonding, for example, if Mum had suffered post-natal depression.

I then widened my experience of children and young people's emotional and psychological issues by providing therapy for those with problems such as; phobias, OCD, low self-esteem, depression, eating problems or suicidal thoughts. Through this work I began to specialise in trauma work and I trained in EMDR.

Areas of interest

Abuse;
Addiction;
Adoption;
Affairs and Betrayals;
Anger;
Anxiety;
Bereavement;
Bullying;
Career;
Children;
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome; ME;
Depression;
Couple and Relationship Issues;
Divorce and Separation;
Domestic Abuse;
Eating Problems;
Health Anxiety;
Loss;
Low Mood;
OCD;
Panic;
Parenting;
Personal Development;
Phobias;
Postnatal Depression;
Post-Traumatic Stress;
Redundancy;
Relationship Problems;
Self-confidence;
Self-esteem;
Self-harm;
Stress;
Suicidal feelings;
Trauma;
Work related issues;
Young people

My qualifications & training
Consultant's practices
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Procedures completed

  • AA808

    Counselling session - (5-50)

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