My Journey 

Why I chose to become a counsellor 

I first received counselling when I was at secondary school, at the age of 13. I have since, at various stages throughout my life, continued to have counselling. I know how hard it can be to take that first step on your counselling journey or to ask for help. I have always had a natural want to help others and am naturally a warm, friendly and open person. I am a compassionate person and enjoy listening to others. This has helped me throughout my journey. I made the decision to be a counsellor after my eldest child was in intensive care. I realised at this time there was little support available. I then decided to become a counsellor and started my counselling journey. I have a range of experience and continue to do personal development to improve my skills. I have worked with both adults and children in various roles throughout my working life however, my heart lies with counselling. 

Qualifications and CPD

I am an integrative counsellor and have done my training with both adults and children and have continued to work with both since. I am DBS checked and a registered member of the BACP
  • Level 4 Integrative counselling diploma
  • Diploma in Creative art Therapy
  • Level 3 Certificate in counselling
  • Level 2 Certificate in counselling skills
  • Level 2 BCC counselling concepts
  • Counselling in schools certificate
  • Child anxiety and confidence certificate
  • Child counselling certificate
  • Eating disorder understanding and awareness certificate
  • Art therapy certificate
  • Level 2 certificate in self-harm and suicide
  • EFT
  • Play therapy certificate

 

Sophie Loveday 

Integrative counselling for adults and children

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