Paul Rudolph -

Paul Rudolph


Online services

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At GoMentor online sessions are held via a stable and secure video platform, which is specially designet for use with psychologists, therapists and coaches.

The advantages includes that there are no physical restrictions, and that it's often cheaper and has shorter waiting times. GoMentor's platform for online sessions is stable and secure (encrypted), which means the security and confidentiality is best in class. The platform is approved by the Danish psychotherapist organisation.

Online sessions require an internet connection and can be used on a PC, Mac or via our app to iPad and iPhone.


I attended Lakenheath American High School in Suffolk, and graduated in June of 1969. I attended University of Maryland, European Division, in England, and in Munich, Germany. I attended full-and part-time, and graduated in February, 1979. My major subject was English, and my minor subject was Sociology/Psychology. In October, 1994, I finished my nurse training at the West Suffolk Hospital, Bury St. Edmunds. I worked as a nurse with Severely Demented Clients for three years, and was then offered the opportunity by the NHS Trust to train as a mental health nurse, and attended Homerton College, Cambridge, at Fulbourn Hospital, becoming a mental health nurse in 1999. I re-trained as a Counsellor, having done a Cert. In Counselling at University of Cambridge(Department of Life-Long Learning) which I finished in 2006. In 2008, after having worked with autistic people and Asperger’s Syndrome at the National Autistic Society, Mildenhall. I began an FdA (foundation degree) in Counselling, which I completed in 2010. I completed my experiential placement with NORCAS, Ipswich with clients and their affected others, who were struggling with inappropriate use of alcohol. Which brings me to the way I work. I am able to help clients with their mental health concerns, and I also enable them to get and stay on track with mental health issues. This is only the basis, or spine, of what I do, however. I treat clients in what we term an “holistic manner”-this is the main thrust of what I do. Each person is an individual, with their own thoughts and feelings-their own joys and worries. As an augmentation of the medical model, I am able to really listen to the person, to attempt to really hear what they are telling me. I empathy heavily with that person, and can respond to their distress-without judgement, with transparency , with unconditional positive regard. As a person, I have always felt happy and fulfilled when assisting others in finding their own strengths, their own way forward. I look forward to meeting you, and to hearing your story.


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