Helen Terry Counselling
(MBACP Accred), BSc (hons) Therapeutic Counselling Psychotherapeutic Counsellor in Camberley, Surrey

About Me

I am a highly experienced and professionally qualified integrative psychotherapeutic counsellor and an accredited member (MBACP ACCRED) of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy www.bacp.co.uk.


I abide by the BACP Ethical Framework and offer a warm and sensitive approach without judgement and a place to talk confidentially about whatever is troubling you. Together we can explore your thoughts, feelings and experiences and understand the difficulties you are facing.

I am professionally trained and experienced in working integratively using a range of different theories with a special interest in attachment theory. I support both adults and young people aged 16 and over by offering counselling therapy through face to face, online and telephone sessions and I am experienced in supporting clients in difficult times including anxiety, stress, self confidence, depression, relationship difficulties, bereavement, emotional balance, anger or loneliness.

Please contact me if you would like to have a free initial telephone consultation to see if counselling could be right for you.

I offer face to face counselling sessions at my practice in Camberley and also online and telephone counselling. I offer short term or longer term counselling and work Monday to Friday with some availability in the evenings.

My practice is based in Camberley, Surrey and I support clients in the local area offering counselling therapy for Farnborough, Ascot, Sandhurst, Farnham, Lightwater, Windlesham and all areas within easy reach of Camberley.

My Approach
Every client is different and I really listen to each client's needs and what they would like to achieve in counselling.

As a professionally qualified Integrative Counsellor I am trained and highly experienced in using different counselling approaches which means I offer an individual approach to meet each client's specific needs. I am also trained in using creative resources in therapy as some clients find this way of working helpful to think about thoughts and feelings.

I offer a confidential and supportive space to be heard and accept my clients for who they are. Working together with my clients, we hold regular reviews to reflect on the goals for therapy, to think about how the counselling is going and to see if having more sessions could be helpful.

My Professional Qualifications: 

 BSc (First Class Hons) Therapeutic Counselling (University of Surrey)
 CPCAB Level Five Diploma in Counselling Young People
 CPCAB Level Four Diploma in Integrative Therapeutic Counselling
 Cache Level Two Qualification in Understanding Autism
 CPCAB Level Three Counselling Studies
 CPCAB Level Two Counselling Skills
 BA (Hons) English Literature (Queen Mary College, University of London)

MBACP(ACCRED) Accredited and Registered Member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists                                             

National Counselling Society Accredited Certificate in Online and Telephone Counselling   

Additional Roles
In addition to my private practice, I am a school counsellor working part time in the private sector and supporting young people's mental health to build resilience, cope with challenges and enhance emotional wellbeing. As a school counsellor I have worked with a range of issues including anxiety, stress, low self-esteem, loss, trauma, frustration, isolation, self harm and suicidal thoughts.

I am also a regular volunteer mentor for Queen Mary College, University of London, helping students develop skills to transition from university into the work place.

My Background
I am experienced in counselling both adults and young people. I previously worked as a school counsellor supporting secondary schools in the Bracknell area and as a volunteer counsellor for Youthline, a charity offering counselling to young people and adults. I also worked at Sandhurst Counselling Service as a volunteer counsellor offering therapy to adults to support mental wellbeing and was also responsible for carrying out clinical assessments

Before becoming a counsellor I worked for Surrey Family Services supporting children and families who were experiencing difficulties. I offered a supportive and collaborative approach to help them cope with challenges, improve wellbeing and build resilience. I also volunteered for Age Concern for three years as a Befriender visiting lonely and isolated elderly people and offering companionship and a listening ear to enhance emotional wellbeing.

Continuous Professional Development
I regularly untake training courses and attend workshops and seminars to keep my knowledge up to date and to enhance my practice. I have completed additional training in a wide range of areas including:

      Emotional Regulation
      Relationship difficulties and attachment
      Supporting clients with anxiety and depression
      Bereavement and loss
      Working with Trauma
      Working with disordered eating and eating disorders
      Gender and Sexuality
      Self harm and suicide ideation
      Attachment patterns
      Understanding the inner critic

As an integrative psychotherapeutic counsellor in Camberley, I support clients by offering counselling therapy for Farnborough, Ascot, Sandhurst, Lightwater, Windlesham and all local areas within easy reach of Camberley. I offer face to face, online and telephone counselling with face to face sessions taking place at my practice in Camberley.

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