Hello Jane here, a marvellous, sociable and easy to talk to Relationship & Bereavement Counsellor / Therapist, so I’ve been told by previous clients & friends. Start to feel better within the first therapy session, as I support you by ‘Helping ‘YOU’ to Discover your way Forward’. You don’t have to believe what others say … Why not give me a call or book an appointment now?
Jane Rusk MBACP
Relationship / Bereavement Counsellor
(Qualified) & Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP)
Training, Qualifications & Professional Membership
- Degree in Counselling & Psychotherapy
- Higher Diploma in Psychology & Counselling
- Sexual Health & Sexuality
- Member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP)
- Member of the Counselling Directory
I specifically set out to train in couples and triad counselling also known as relationship /s counselling. I am passionate about helping others heal their relationship wounds, having experienced and recovered from my own.
Working with clients within monogamous, consensual non-monogamous, (CNM), open and polyamory relationships, including issues around sexual health and sexuality. Pulling in a vast array of theoretical modalities, alongside years of life experiences while working together. Focusing on solution rather than problem based therapy which works really well in triad work too.
Common issues such as ‘loosing the spark’, dishonesty, sexual aversion, desire discrepancy and painful intercourse experiences, are resolved quickly and easily by using my ‘No Fuss’ approach.
Using practical, effective tools, helping you better understand the mechanics of the relationship(s), while at the same time learning to manage issues arising from ‘new relationship energy’, jealousy, ‘not feeling good enough’ and so on. During relationship therapy I can help you with building key relationship skills for a stronger, longer lasting relationship and more.
Bereavement & Life-limiting Illnesses Counselling
I can support you during this time which can leave you feeling confused, frightened and sad at the very least. Using person-centred therapy will ensure that you are in control of the direction in which the session is progressed, (with my full support). This will allow for the session to commence at your own pace so that you can share the information you choose when you feel ready to do so.
Person-centred therapy is proven to be one of the best modalities for bereavement. By using practical, effective tools and other modalities (as necessary and approved), while working together will ensure you feel supported and held. ‘Helping you to discover your way forward’, through resolving the feelings of grief such as anger, disbelief, shock, numbness, guilt and sadness to mention a few.
Where will my counselling session take place?
I am holding telephone and on-line counselling therapy sessions via the platform Zoom in the comfort of your own space.
How might counselling help at this time?
You may feel that you need emotional support regardless of what`s happening in the wider world, and maybe even more so because of what’s happening right now.
I am also offering single on-line or telephone sessions immediately.
What does this mean for my counselling sessions?
You will receive emotional support and understanding as I work using an array of theoretical modalities during your session helping to resolve any issues you bring along. Although using Zoom may feel slightly different from physically being in the room in person, this is all a part of the process and will begin to feel easier within the first session.
What technology do I need?
Sessions will be via phone or on-line, via Zoom. Zoom is a safe secure internet platform on which we can see each other and talk in a face to face way. A link for Zoom will be sent to you automatically, this is free to use once an appointment is processed.
I recommend when using on-line Zoom face-to-face sessions that you use headphones for added privacy. May I suggest that you have a pen, colours, paper or a journal available when we have the session so we can continue to explore your experiences throughout the therapy sessions.
It is not necessary but can be helpful for you to create a FREE Zoom account so that you can easily access our sessions at the given time. You can download this here www.zoom.us
For each of session booked you will receive an email with a secure link to join me at the agreed time. You will receive a confirmation of your booking almost straight after you have booked your session.
During our first session a brief assessment, (with your consent), and the contract, will need to be completed. This is required by Law and will only take a few minutes.
You should be aware that I cannot guarantee confidentiality from your location. The responsibility for this rests with yourself. For us to work together I need to know that you can create a quiet space for yourself to talk freely.
Counselling sessions usually last for 1 hour (60 minutes), unless it is not appropriate to end or the session comes to a natural ending before this time which we both agree.
Making an appointment
Use the ‘Contact me’ button below to book an appointment.
Appointments are available seven days a week between 8.00am and 7.30pm.
I look forward to hearing from you and working together, ‘Helping you to Discover your way Forward’ Jane.
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