- 8:30 am – 1:30 pm
Marianne Taylor, FD (Open) Counselling; Dip Therapeutic Counselling; Dip CBT; Cert Life Coaching
I have been counselling since October 2013
I counsel clients face to face, and online using Zoom. My approach is called humanistic and person-centred and I integrate other styles such as CBT and creativity.
long-covid and post covid anxiety and depression form some of my work following recent research outcomes about the impact this can have on individuals. So if this is what is causing you concern I am here to help as you work through Covid’s impact on you.
I currently work with adults who have anxiety, survivors of child sexual abuse, depression, grief & loss and through my career I have worked with young adult lone parents/carers exploring parenting, debt, confidence, family issues and with clients exploring past history, childhood and adult trauma and abuse as well as those with a history of drug/alcohol dependence; PTSD; dissociation, on occasions I have also facilitated telephone sessions, walk and talk and single session therapy with clients. I carry out initial assessments and contract for our time together.
Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) work
I currently work as an EAP telephone counsellor, providing one-off sessions and carrying out assessments for either brief therapy or longer term therapy.
Volunteer Listener Samaritans – Salisbury; November 2017 to October 2020
I was a volunteer listener with Samaritans responding to calls, emails and (until February 2020) SMS messages from distressed individuals who access the 24/7 listening service. Many callers, who are emotionally distressed, access the lines to discuss suicidal feelings, ideation and plans. If this is where you are at the moment then please get in touch so you can talk through your thoughts and some helpful infomration.
Samaritans calls also include people who have PTSD, have experienced abuse, have mental health disorders, have previous histories of drug/alcohol dependency & self-harm. In fact, anyone who is experiencing emotional distress and feeling overwhelmed.
You can contact Samaritans here