Mrs Rosy Wood-Bevan: Psychotherapy
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Mrs Rosy Wood-Bevan

Psychotherapy

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Overview

Specialises in

  • Psychotherapy
  • Solution Focused Brief Therapy

Bupa specialist

  • Video & Telephone remote therapy sessions

About me

UKCP Reg Psychotherapist (Humanistic & Integrative College) since 1993
UKCP Reg Supervisor since 2014
Diploma Integrative Psychotherapy, Minster Centre, 1991
Diploma Integrative Supervision, Minster Centre, 2004
Foundation Course in Group Analysis, Institute of Group Analysis 1986
BA (Hons) Philosophy & Sociology, University of Sussex 1983

Member of Minster Centre,
Staff (teaching) member of Welsh Psychotherapy Partnerships, Cardiff
Approved Primary Supervisor for Metanoia Institute since 1998
Approved Supervisor for Voluntary Alcohol Counsellors Training Scheme since 1989

A first session is an opportunity to see how we get on and ensure that we are both comfortable to make an agreement to work together. I regard emotional distress and difficulty as a normal part of life which sometimes needs addressing in a professional context. We are all potentially vulnerable & we all have our limits. Sometimes we may become stuck in patterns of being and relating which are unhelpful to us and which we need to express, understand and begin to change.
I welcome those who seek Psychotherapy and Counselling because of unhappiness or trauma stemming from childhood and those whose issues originate in present day experiences, or indeed both. I will address both the causes of your difficulties and your symptoms such as Depression, Anxiety, Panic, OCD, Phobias, Disordered Eating. I see people long, medium and short term, as of need.

My Approach

My Integrative practice, values & orientation have developed organically through over 30 years experience in mental health and substance misuse settings & private practice as well as through my training. I draw on a number of approaches including Object Relations & Attachment Theory from the Psychodynamic tradition, Transactional Analysis, Gestalt, Person Centred and Bodywork from a Humanistic perspective, and am more interested in connections than divisions between therapeutic approaches. Fostering and actively working with the Therapeutic Relationship is for me the central integrating principle of therapy & is supported by contemporary research.

Although mine is largely a verbal therapy, I also use art materials and other creative methods where clients find this of value.

Areas of interest

Substance Misuse Issues;
Eating Disorders;
Parenting Issues;
Couple work;
Supervision of Psychotherapists, Counsellors & other Mental Health professionals;
Depression;
Anxiety;
Sexual and Physical Abuse;
Domestic Abuse;
Trauma;
Bereavement;
Work Related Stress;

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