Fiona Hutchings
South Yorkshire
Type of counselling
Online Counselling
Online sessions available
From my own experience I know that finding the right therapist can be a challenge. It can be about clicking with the right person as much as about their experience or qualifications.
Building a safe and trusting relationship is the key to successful therapy and I believe that it needs to be flexible to meet the needs of each individual. Since qualifying I have worked as a therapist within the voluntary sector alongside clients of all ages, backgrounds and seeking therapy for a large range of issues. I’ve also continued to undertake training to explore more ways to make counselling as adaptable as possible to meet my clients need. This has included using and making images, writing and pop culture references alongside talking in therapy. I have also completed Cruse Bereavement Care training to work with adults, children and young people.
Further Information

I am committed to maintaining a safe and ethical practice, working alongside clients in a collaborative and creative way to help them explore their difficulties in a way that feels right for them.
I have experience of working with a variety of issues including family and relationship breakdowns, bereavement, depression, low mood, self esteem and self image difficulties, risk taking behaviours, self harming, academic anxiety and issues relating to disability, to neurodiversity such as ADHD and autism, and to gender identity and sexuality.

Qualifications, e.g. Diploma, MA
I am a BACP Registered and Accredited counsellor psychotherapist. ABC Level 4 Diploma in the Theory & Practice of Counselling, Certificate in Creative Counselling for Young People. I have training and lived experience of neurodiversity and accessing counselling as a disabled person. Prior to training as a counsellor I worked as a care worker for the elderly and a support worker in the community with autistic teens and adults.
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