Carolyn Moscrop

Specialist in Anger, anxiety, bereavement, bullying, couples counselling, depression, domestic violence, mental health issues, physical and sexual abuse, PTSD, relationship difficulties, stress

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Biography


I am very lucky to have had the opportunity to use my counselling skills to support people in so many different ways. I have counselled at a GP surgery. I have worked with a local charity and a national bereavement charity. I have run anger management groups and also specialising in bereavement counselling. I now focus on my private practice in Hastings working with people online the phone and face to face. I also work with children and have done creative activities with people with dementia. Before I became a counsellor was a social worker in London supporting people with drug rehabilitation. Seeing how well some people managed to come off drugs with the support of one to one counselling made me want to become a counsellor to offer that kind of support. I also worked in a hospital on a mental health team and at the local social services in East Sussex.

Member of

BACP

Approach to treatment

My Approach is humanistic/Integrative/Person Centred.

Languages spoken

English

Currently Practice

East Sussex

Therapy Types

Anger, anxiety, bereavement, bullying, couples counselling, depression, domestic violence, mental health issues, physical and sexual abuse, PTSD, relationship difficulties and stress

Qualifications

Diploma in humanistic integrative counselling
Certificate in counselling skills.
Certificate in counselling theory.
Certificate in groupwork
Cruse bereavement care training and a foundation course in disaster response.
BA (hons) degree in community care management
Diploma in social work.

Demographics of Focus

Adults, adolescents,children,couples