Chloe is a Registered Member of the BACP with an MA in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy. She has additional specialist training in working with drug and alcohol addiction and dependency and the needs of clients in the third age of life (50 years and over).
Chloe doesn’t believe in a one size fits all approach to mental wellbeing, and so she adapts her practice to suit each unique client in the room. This allows the work to be collaborative between therapist and client, suiting the client’s individual and specific needs week to week.
Working as an ‘integrative’ therapist means that Chloe understands and utilises many different types of psychotherapy dependant on client needs, adapting her style to match the unique individual before her.
This adaptive style of working means that sessions with Chloe can exactly match your needs, and adapt as you progress: together identifying your concerns and your goals, to jointly create a way that you both feel happy working together.