© ipsay counselling 2017

About

Counselling with Kay Player

To be self aware enough to ask for help shows an inner strength; counselling can provide the space to build on that strength, and can help you develop or rediscover a strong sense of self to support your personal growth. Counselling can help to facilitate looking at a situation or life circumstances from different perspectives and so assist in helping you make more informed choices.

About me

I work with an integrative approach drawing from mainstream theoretical perspectives.  As an integrative counsellor I use the insights and techniques from a range of counselling approaches to help provide a unique therapy for each client’s individual needs. Having gained experience with mainstream organisations including Age UK and Relate, as well as co-founding a support group for women affected by loss of a baby, I have during the past five years focussed on the wider area of bereavement counselling as a whole. As a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), I work within their Ethical Framework  which details the values, principles and personal moral qualities required to meet the BACP professional standards.
© ipsay counselling 2017

About

Counselling with

Kay Player

To be self aware enough to ask for help shows an inner strength; counselling can provide the space to build on that strength, and can help you develop or rediscover a strong sense of self to support your personal growth. Counselling can help to facilitate looking at a situation or life circumstances from different perspectives and so assist in helping you make more informed choices.

About me

I work with an integrative approach drawing from mainstream theoretical perspectives.  As an integrative counsellor I use the insights and techniques from a range of counselling approaches to help provide a unique therapy for each client’s individual needs. Having gained experience with mainstream organisations including Age UK and Relate, as well as co-founding a support group for women affected by loss of a baby, I have during the past five years focussed on the wider area of bereavement counselling as a whole. As a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), I work within their Ethical Framework  which details the values, principles and personal moral qualities required to meet the BACP professional standards.