I have successfully provided one to one counselling to men and women, through both short and long term therapy.
Counselling, one of the talking therapies, offers people an opportunity to explore their lives and relationships in depth, and then to find new ways of living, more freedom of choice where desired.
We sometimes experience feelings and situations which we are unable to share with friends or family, but which we need to talk about in complete confidentiality. Your counsellor is prepared to provide you with a safe and confidential space, away from daily life, to do so. The counsellor neither judges nor advises you, but supports your autonomy. Counselling can, over time, enable you to experience relief, make life changes, and to be reconciled with things that cannot be changed.
I work flexibly, according to an individual’s needs, based on the psychodynamic model of counselling, with a good working alliance between counsellor and therapist.
John was awarded a Post Graduate Diploma in counselling and psychotherapy from The University of Reading in 2005. He has since followed Certification programmes in Assessment and Supervision Skills at the British Association of Psychotherapists (BAP), London, and pursues continuing professional development. He has worked for three years with registered charity dealing with substance misuse and in private practice.
Training, Qualifications & Experience
Post-Graduate Diploma, Counselling,
University of Reading 2005;
Certifications in Assessment Skills and
Supervision, British Association of Psychotherapists (BAP) London;
University of Chicago, MA
Loyola University MA
John Creagh adheres to the Code of Practice and Ethics of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) , which includes the requirement of regular professional supervision of his work.
I carry full liability insurance.