Rebecca Dickinson joins Tower Clinic

Rebecca is an accredited member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy with over eleven years experience. Her areas of specialisation include; helping adults and young people with relationship difficulties, low self-esteem, struggles with identity, the impacts of childhood trauma and abuse, anxiety, high stress and workplace issues, low confidence, life limiting illnesses as well as grief and loss.

She also has worked with children as a Play Therapist providing emotional and psychological support during or after particular times of difficulty.

Rebecca graduated with a Masters in Integrative Counselling and Psychotherapy in 2013 and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She completed a Play Therapy qualification thereafter. Rebecca has worked as a Play Therapist and Counsellor for various education providers and for young peoples Mental Health services previously. She has also offered her services as a Counsellor for adults within a charity supporting survivors of sexual violence, for a drug and alcohol service, within a Palliative Family Care setting and for Employee Assistance Programmes. Her experience is therefore in providing therapy to a wide variety of individuals from diverse backgrounds.

Rebecca’s aim is to provide a secure, compassionate and honest therapeutic relationship enabling adults and young people and to help develop more emotional and psychological resilience, address barriers preventing healthy changes and live a more fulfilling and meaningful existence. Her approach is rooted mainly in Psychodynamic theory as well as Compassion Focussed Therapy, always working collaboratively towards outcomes. Taking into consideration the individual differences human beings exhibit, she draws upon different approaches to suit the individual, including but not limited to; Emotional Freedom Technique (aka tapping), Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy and Transactional Analysis.

Rebecca offers a 20 minute free phone or video conversation.

She provides short, medium and longer term therapy, weekly or fortnightly.

Fees

£60 per 50 minute session.

Consessionary student rate available.