Gloria Hammett is qualified at Post Graduate level as a Registered Clinical Hypnotherapist, an NLP Master Practitioner, Counseling Psychotherapist, Coach and Supervisor. She also has qualifications in Mediation and Adult Education.
Gloria works in an integrative way, but within a solution focussed framework.
When NLP co-creator Richard Bandler and world-renowned Hypnotist Paul McKenna want assistants to be at their best, it’s Master Trainer Tina Taylor they turn to. For many years she trained and managed the super-skilled assisting teams on their programmes. Working internationally, she is highly sought after for her own elegant take on change work.
Therapeutically, Tina has a particular flair for enabling her clients to achieve their goals; from enhancing fertility to helping people overcome fears, phobias and addictions, there’s very little she hasn’t dealt with.
As a coach, Tina draws on high level corporate experience, integrating it with what she’s learned by modelling the ‘coach’s coach’ Michael Neill to impact senior executives where it matters most: the bottom line.
It’s only natural, given the breadth and depth of Tina’s expertise, that she’s a highly regarded trainer, personally awarded Master Trainer status by Richard Bandler in 2007. She delivers generalist and bespoke trainings for public and in-house events, about or utilising NLP.
Doris Prügel-Bennett is dually qualified as a practitioner of Psychodrama Psychotherapist and the Alexander Technique. She works with all issues and is especially interested in the relationship between psychotherapy and the body. Her approach encompasses cognitive, behavioural, emotional, and physical levels.
Doris offers one-to-one and group sessions. She is completing an MSc in Psychology/Psychodrama Psychotherapy at the University of Worcester and a committee member of the Hampshire Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (HACP).
I am a UKCP registered psychotherapist, Accredited with College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists (COSRT), trained to work with couples and individuals. Trained in EMDR.
I provide psychological therapy for depression, anxiety, OCD, sexual and relationship difficulties, bereavement and loss, stress, anger management issues, sexual abuse and trauma.
I use a variety of approaches including CBT and mindfulness.
Rosswell Gadsden is an Integrative, Person-Centred Psychotherapist and Counsellor who began training in 1993, and was first accredited by the UKCP through its Humanistic, Integrative Psychotherapy College to practice as a Psychotherapist in 2003. He trained at the Karuna Institute completing the foundation course, the Professional Course in Psychotherapy and finally an MA in Core Process Psychotherapy in 2002. Karuna has worked with mindfulness awareness practice for over twenty years. In earlier life Rosswell trained and worked as an Engineer becoming interested in Spirituality, Buddhism, Personal Development, Social and Ecological Responsibility he trained firstly as a Counsellor, then as a Psychotherapist and then as a Teacher.
Rosswell is currently co-facilitating a relapse prevention group at Options in Shirley Southampton through Optimize; working specifically with the over fifties.
Bridgitte Scott Florek
MSc,UKCP reg,CSTA reg, MDACAP
Bodyoriented Psychotherapist, Counsellor and life coach, Craniosacral therapist,
NLP Master practitioner, trained also in Deep Memory Process and Shamanic counselling
I see people who want to transform and heal the remnants of trauma in their history and consecutive believes about themselves that have still power in body and mind, that means :showing as chronic medical conditions as well as anxieties, worries, difficulties in relationships, jobs etc.
As the body and mind is interlinked it is very powerful to include both in the work together, sessions can be between one hour and two hours and therapy can be either long term or short term. When there is predominantly a physical symptom I do, despite talking also use craniosacraltherapy and massage in the early stages as it is soothing, relaxing and strengthening – therefore powerful by itself.
Please look up my website for further information or send me an e-mail or phone me directly on 01425 652577
MSc HypD GCGI – Clinical Hypnotherapist, Coach and NLP Practioner
I really enjoy working with people in order to facilitate changes in performance, outcomes or in behaviour. I have delivered change for the last 10 years and my clients have realised the significant benefits of working with me. I use a natural, intuitive, reflective style of hypnotherapy and coaching which is always upon mutual honesty, trust, respect and openness with each other. I provoke deep thought and require my clients to focus on creating innovative solutions whilst exploring new ideas. When you work with me I will continue to motivate you and fully support you 24 hours a day if necessary to ensure that you succeed.
You can read more about me at www.thoughtlounge.co.uk
BSc, Pg. Dip. CBT, MSc, PG Cert HCL (Open)
BABCP Accredited CBT therapist
I am a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist (CBT) and an Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapist with good understanding of mental health problems. I have worked in several NHS hospitals and specialised in treating disorders such as Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Depression, Social Anxiety and more…
I have continued to provide evidence based interventions and work with clients who have a range of complex Anxiety and Depression related problems for which psychological therapy is demonstrated to be clinically effective.
More information on my website: www.aspenpsychotherapyservice.com
I am an experienced Person-Centred Psychotherapist/Counsellor. I am open and honest and will offer you a safe, non-judgmental and confidential environment to explore any difficulties in your life. I will work alongside you, supporting you while you make your own choices. By talking about and exploring your emotions and feelings it may help you come to your own conclusions to empower you to take your next steps in life.
Talking to a counsellor can feel daunting, but can help you resolve and understand any challenges or difficulties you may be facing. Counselling can help you make sense of your emotions bringing about positive change in your life. I am down to earth and extremely easy going and therefore will put you at ease and enable you to open up without feeling under any pressure.
BA (Hons) MBACP
I am a qualified, professional, humanistic counsellor and use a variety of person-centred therapeutic approaches and can provide counselling for the majority of issues, such as bereavement, anxiety, depression, difficult relationships and low self-esteem.
Although many of my clients are hearing, I provide a specialist counselling service for the Deaf, deafened and Hard of Hearing (including Usher Syndrome), using British Sign Language. I am available for GP/CCG referrals, and provide an outreach service throughout the South West by arrangement. Other areas in which I have a professional interest include Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, disabilities, childhood trauma, and boarding school issues.
I offer a free, thirty-minute, consultation to potential clients in order for them to ask questions and to see if they feel comfortable to engage with me in their therapeutic process. For further information, please refer to my websites.
D.Th.D (Dist) D.N.Med.(Dist) D.Iridol. MAR. BANT. CNHC
Claire qualified in 1997 and over the years she has helped a wide range of people with a variety of different health problems.
Nutritional Therapy involves the use of specially designed dietary and supplement programmes. It can be used to help a wide range of health and weight issues. A nutritional therapist will design the programme to suit the individual recognising that every person’s needs are different.
Iridology is a diagnostic technique used in natural medicine. It is the study of the iris of the eye. It can reveal imbalances and weaknesses in the body, show areas of toxic accumulation and generally give an overall view about the individuals state of health.
Diagnostic tests using a British laboratory are also available for a variety of different health issues bringing scientific testing into the field of natural medicine.
Reflexology is a natural therapy. The whole body is mapped out in miniature on the feet and the different areas are known as reflex points. Specific massage and pressure point techniques are applied to these reflex points in order to improve energy flow and bring balance to the whole body. Reflexology may help a wide range of health problems, relieve stress and promote an overall sense of relaxation.
For further information call her on 07866012495, visit her website at www.claire-hicks.co.uk or pick up a leaflet at the clinic.
Sarina Wheatman is an accredited by the Federation of Drug and Alcohol Professionals (FDAP). Sarina has worked in the field of addiction for 28 years, mainly in residential rehabs but also as a private therapist. She has written two books on the subject of addiction and recovery. As well as addictions to drugs and alcohol, she can also help you with behavioural issues including disordered eating, depression, anxiety and trauma. She holds a qualification in EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique). Her website gives you more details:
www.sarinawheatman.com or contact her on 07787 194712
BM, MRCPsych; CCT in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry; EMDR trained including Child level 1 and 2
Dr Jonathan Channing
BM, Southampton University 2000
Griffith’s Mental Development Scales trained 2007
ADOS trained 2014
Systemic Practitioner (Foundation and intermediate level training in family and systemic therapy) 2017
EMDR training both general and child and adolescent specific, completed 2018
Section 12 approved, approved Clinician
I am a Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist with 18 years experience working in the NHS both in Paediatrics and Psychiatry.
While assessment for all conditions can be considered, my particular interests are in the assessment and treatment of:
- PTSD (Post traumatic Stress Disorder) or trauma symptoms such as flashbacks and nightmares that may arise from events such as abuse or bullying. After a thorough assessment if appropriate I am able to offer EMDR (Eye movement, desensitisation and reprocessing) therapy which is an evidence based treatment for trauma based symptoms.
- OCD (Obsessive Compulsive disorder) If diagnosed treatments offered include CBT with exposure and response prevention or if there is a traumatic trigger then EMDR can also be very helpful. If the presentation is severe and not able to respond to psychological treatment alone then medication can also be used alongside psychological treatment.
- Depression and anxiety. I provide assessment and once a shared understanding of the problem has been established then treatment recommendations can be made. This may include psychological therapy either from myself or other psychologist colleagues can be recommended. If more severe and not responding to, or not ready to engage with psychological work then medication can be considered. If initiated then I will ensure that this is monitored and reviewed in order to find the most effective medication and dose to suit the young person.
- Eating Disorders: If there is a high level of risk then it is advisable to be under an NHS eating disorders team in order to have access to a multidisciplinary team. However, having worked in local eating disorder teams I am aware that young people can often wait a long time for individual work which I can offer if indicated including CBT and EMDR which can be particularly helpful if there are trauma symptoms triggering the eating disorder or trauma symptoms relating to the experience of being in an inpatient unit.
As well as individual therapies and medication I am also trained in family therapy which can often be a helpful approach for a wide spectrum of difficulties. Whether working individually or with the family as a whole I will always seek to involve the family as much as possible as long as the young person is willing for information to be shared.
PGDip CBT, MSc, BSc
Terri has spent a number of years working for the NHS as a psychological wellbeing practitioner and cognitive behavioural therapist before joining the Priory in 2017. Terri works with patients experiencing a variety of psychological difficulties.
Terri trained at the Oxford University Cognitive Therapy Centre and is therefore trained to work with a comprehensive range of mental health disorders which are not currently treated with CBT at NHS IAPT services.
She uses cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) to help patients:
- look at how their problem evolved
- understand what maintains the problem
- how to change they way they feel, think and behave
- and ultimately take back control over their lives
As an accredited member of the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP), Terri abides by their ethical framework for good practice in psychotherapy.
Education and Training
Postgraduate Diploma in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (PGDip CBT) – University of Oxford
Masters of Science in Health Psychology (MSc)
1st Class Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Psychology with Counselling (BSc)