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Welcome to Marble White Counselling

Carl Rogers

"People are just as wonderful as sunsets if you let them be. When I look at a sunset, I don't find myself saying soften the orange a bit on the right hand corner. I don't try to control a sunset. I watch with awe as it unfolds".


 Hi and Welcome to Marble White Counselling.


Marble White Counselling offers a professional service working with Adults, Couples, Families, Young People and Children (from five years). I have over fifteen years experience and I am a BACP Accredited, Registered Counsellor. This means my practice has been deemed to meet the standard for a competent, ethical and independent practitioner (BACP, 2014). My training has also met the standards required to gain entry onto the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapies Voluntary Accredited Register. This Register is approved by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care and provides assurance to clients that the counsellor offers good quality care.  I am also a Senior Accredited Counsellor with the National Counselling and Psychotherapy Society and have obtained entry onto their Accredited Register for Children/Young People.  Therefore, I have been assessed as having the skills and competencies to work professionally with both Adults and Young People/Children.


I hold an Enhanced DBS Certificate and I am Data Protection Registered. I am also a Qualified Supervisor of Counsellors, so I am able to offer Supervision as part of my practice. Whilst my core approach is Humanistic, I can supervise counsellors from other modalities, as I am able to translate theoretical language across models.


Sessions are fifty minutes long for counselling and can be reduced to thirty minutes for young children to account for their level of concentration and processing ability. Counselling can be short or long-term and daytime and evening appointments are available.


Contact me on 07716 124 328.


I have experience in working with issues such as:

*Relationship Difficulties



*Exam Stress


*Suicidal Thoughts

*Domestic Violence



*Eating Disorders


*Substance Misuse


*Workplace Conflict

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