About Trevor Jones
HEADING FOR A CRISIS?
Success with depression, Borderline Personality Disorder, PTSD, anxiety attacks etc, through effective brief therapy.
Our reality is precious - stress can undermine it.
10 minutes is often enough for us to lower our anxiety levels considerably.
This can lead on to a few sessions of very effective therapy, as witnessed by Mrs L.P (in her 30’s, after 2 sessions), who writes:
“Having been sexually and mentally abused as a child into adulthood, I had had counselling before and felt I had come to terms with my situation but recently I had struggled with comfort eating and constant worrying. After only a few sessions I feel so much better and realize my worrying about things I cannot control serves me no purpose whatsoever. I am happy to say my comfort eating is now under control and I am much happier and more confident. When I started my sessions with Trevor, I said I didn't want to feel broken anymore and I can now say that I do not feel that way anymore. Thank you so much Trevor.”
“In my opinion he is a master in his field and I 100% recommend him. I cant thank you enough Trevor, God bless you." (Mr H)
As far as possible I work from the Human Givens approach, and you can find out a lot about their ideas on the internet – including video-clips on You Tube. In your FREE initial session, we can decide to what extent this would be applicable to your own personal circumstances.
Please feel free to contact me to arrange your initial session and I also offer Skype sessions as well and I am able to see face to face clients within the Hertfordshire area, so please contact me to confirm a location where best to meet. I look forward to speaking to you.
Blog (recent posts)
I wonder whether anyone would be interested in joining a cost-free peer CPD group meeting on Skype. The aim of the group is to explore the benefits we may have experienced by attending workshops in orientations other than our original training. (So far the following approaches are represented: Ps...
| Posted on February 16, 2012
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Mrs L.P (in her 30’s, after 2 sessions), writes:“Having been sexually and mentally abused as a child into adulthood, I had had counselling before and felt I had come to terms with my situation but recently I had struggled with comfort eating and constant worrying. After only a few sessions I feel ...
| Posted on October 31, 2010