The Purpose of Therapy is

To LiveYour Best Life

About Me

Hello, my name is Yvonne Terry. Thank you for stopping by my website. The fact you are here suggests that you are considering therapy. For this, I applaud you. Therapy is not easy. It's an incredibly brave, life changing step towards fully knowing and understanding yourself. And it is some of the most meaningful and life changing work you'll ever do for yourself.

 

Therapy changed my life.  As a client, it gave me the space, emotional support and self-awareness to create healthier relationships, be assertive, set boundaries & has helped me to process and learn how to live with my own difficult life experiences. 

 

I decided to re-train as a counsellor to be able to empower others to live their best life in the way I had discovered how to. As a counsellor, I create safe spaces for people as they confront their emotional pain & trauma to create the life they want to live.

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“I sat with my anger long enough, until she told me her real name was grief.”

 

Professional Membership & Experience 

I have a Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling from the CPCAB and I am a fully Registered Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). Notably, I adhere to their Code of Ethics and provide a safe, confidential and non-judgemental environment.  

 

I have experience across a range of issues including depression, anxiety, bereavement, loneliness, abandonment, relationship issues, anger and issues related to trauma. Alongside my private practice I volunteer at a Community Counselling Service and have spent 4 years as a listening volunteer with the Samaritans.

My speciality is people. Since doing this work it has been my honour and privilege to witness my clients courageously face their pain and emerge from it changed and empowered to create their best life. 

"I think you are really brave for

dealing with everything inside your mind

every single day. I am beside you.

I see you and I too know the agony of existence." 

Emmy Brunner