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Heather Bagshaw

Membership Number: 293
I have particular interest in working with transgendered people, people with eating disorders, students and young people, bereaved people.

Sarah Hanison

Membership Number: 309
As an integrative psychotherapist I practice in a warm and person-centred way working holistically and tailoring my skills to match your needs. I am trained in a number of modalities: psychodynamic, humanistic, existential and transpersonal psychotherapies, and work in a variety of creative ways; as well as the traditional ‘talking cure’, we can work with Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and related energy therapies, mindfulness and meditation, body and breath work, multi-modal CBT, visualisation, drawing and working with your dreams and archetypal material. Additionally, I am an accredited EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) practitioner, and professional member of the Association for the [...]

Jan Stiff [supervisor]

Membership Number: 211
Hello - I work with supervisees in a relational way acknowledging a trusting relationship between myself and the supervisee is key to successful supervision -My specialism is in childhood bereavement and supervising online CYP counsellors within organisations. For further information about my online and supervisory work visit my blog (I aim to be flexible with times I offer -During the week, early evenings and in some instances, during the weekends) 

Mieke Haveman

Membership Number: 289
I work exclusively online and have done so since 2010. I prefer to work through text. Either email or text chat. In working with people with pain problems I have found many clients find it helpful to have our sessions on paper. Another advantage of email is that you can take your time to reply to me and you don’t have to write everything down at once. But if you really don’t like it I can work through video as well. I use both coaching and counselling in my online work. And together we can decide which would suit you best.

Renee McDonald [Supervisor]

Membership Number: 454
I provide online supervision services in Australia to Australian counsellors & psychotherapists. I have published research in online supervision and have spoken at a conference specific to online supervision. 

Lalage Harries [Supervisor]

Membership Number: 272
I offer individual and group clinical supervision via synchronous live video and chat and asynchronously via encrypted email. I am an Integratively trained therapist and supervisor. I work with therapists across a range of modalities and have experience supporting a wide range of client work. I have particular interest in supervising therapeutic work with: • Adolescents and young adults • Online therapy • Bereavement • Trauma, abuse and client groups with ongoing risk factors • Clients presenting with challenging behaviour • International and culturally complex work, including work with refugees and unaccompanied]asylum seeking young people As well as all general private practice work. 

Sarah Worley-James

Membership Number: 175
y counselling is based on a Humanistic-Existential approach, which recognises that we all need to find our own meaning and path in life. I focus on helping you develop your self-awareness, to understand how you relate to yourself and the world around you. I work flexibly with the needs of the individual client, integrating appropriately from other counselling approaches; principally Solution Focused Brief Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy. I will work with you to identify your strengths, challenge unhelpful thinking cycles, and utilise your inner resources to develop new coping strategies and move forward in a [...]

Roxana Rudzik-Shaw

Membership Number: 177
Struggling to cope with day-to-day life? Anxious that nothing will ever change? Work-life balance out of sync? Uncertain what the future holds for you? Seeking effective strategies to help you to get back 'on track'? For over a decade, Roxana Rudzik-Shaw has supported thousands of clients just like you in their personal and professional lives. Roxana can work together with you to realise your full potential by tailoring support and solution-focused strategies to your individual needs in your unique journey through life. RRS Counselling, Consultancy & Creativity Services offer you time and space to explore areas of your life that you [...]

Sarah Lemiech

Membership Number: 447
There may be many reasons why you are thinking about entering therapy, and particularly therapy online. Difficulties with mobility, travelling or the pressures of work and family life can make it difficult to be able to commit to face to face counselling. This is where online counselling with myself can make it convenient and accessible for you to access counselling, but without perhaps leaving the comfort of your home. What is Online Counselling? Online counselling is therapy through your computer. This can be through instant messaging, email or video. You may have noticed that I did not refer to the video or [...]

Liz Lilley

Membership Number: 497
Life can be hard, especially for young people. You may feel you don’t have anyone to talk to about your worries, or negative thoughts. Hexagon Online Counselling can help with all kinds of worries you may have, or potentially distressing events in your life. These could be or involve: Issues surrounding sexual identity, powerful feelings like anger, sadness, or shame, the death of a loved one, or a breakdown of a relationship or friendship, school or college issues, problems with family or friends, feelings of anxiety. Counselling can help you to feel more confident and develop an understanding of [...]