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KathrynLouise Aspden (Louisa)
AEDP Level
Level II AEDP Training
Phone
+447402188164
Address
xxxx
City
Eastbourne UK
State/Province
Other
Zip/Postal Code
BN22 8NT
City 2
Eastbourne
State 2
East Sussex
Zip Code 2
BN22 8NT
Country
United Kingdom
Website
www.counselling4sussex.co.uk
Website 2
writefromthesoul.co.uk
Description

Many people come to therapy because they reach a difficult point in their lives. This could be a sudden crisis or an ongoing issue. Reaching such a place can shake our very foundations. But by facing our areas of deepest difficulty with a caring, supportive other, we can not only heal, but thrive. We can become our true and best selves.

As an experienced Person Centred counsellor (over 20 years) with Senior Accreditation (BACP), I offer warmth, safety and sensitivity. I also specialise in using creative approaches for those who are drawn to this way of working. For example - art, music, sand tray, drama, movement, play or creative writing may be used to work with deep issues such as loss, trauma, and other experiences which are beyond words.

Additionally, I have specialist training in the area of trauma and anxiety. Using 'common sense' methods taught by Babette Rothschild I help individuals to gain control over the physiological elements of trauma to establish stability. This enables the reduction of debilitating symptoms such as flash backs, panic attacks and trauma- related illness. I have experience in working with developmental trauma (for those who had difficult beginnings). Recently I completed training in a well-researched approach (AEDP) which is body-based and grounded in neuroscience. AEDP is a powerful and compassionate way to help 'undo aloneness' and support clients to access the healing power of their emotions.

Organization
Creative Counselling
Institutional Affiliations
British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy
Accepts Insurance
Not Applicable
Email
klouisaaspden@gmail.com