Person-centred counselling is all about the person as an individual, encouragement to explore feelings, grow, discover potential and self acceptance.

In my personal life, I was going through a really difficult time and the whole experience of becoming a person-centred counsellor was life changing. I learned so much about myself and grew from a life situation that may have otherwise broken me.

I practiced at a local hospice as a grief counsellor, and at two other counselling agencies working with adults with a variety of life issues. It was a brilliant experience and opened my eyes to the power of the therapeutic relationship. I started to study other modalities to integrate into my practice, such as cognitive-behavioural therapy and mindfulness. Just before the pandemic, I started to work in an independent school for young people with special education needs, traumatic pasts and a struggle to function in main stream education. I started as a therapeutic music coach and my practice has developed into creative counselling, including music and art, all based on that magic ingredient…. ‘the relationship’.
I am working to build this practice as something that will really resonate with young people.

I currently work individually with young people online through the pandemic, and I can’t wait to be face to face again. That said, I was wary of online counselling, as I felt it may prove to be a barrier in the therapeutic relationship, but I have to say, I have honestly not found it to be a problem, and in some ways, it has worked better for some.

I am a member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP)

I offer a free initial session to see if what I offer is right for you. A 50 minute session is £45 .

Are you ready to take the next step?

Tracy is an awesome vocal teacher- not only that, I saw her as a life coach!  She not only helps you to learn vocal techniques, but also helps you to learn life lessons. 

Hayden Godbold

Age 25