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Psychotherapy & Counselling

Psychotherapy & Counselling

What is Psychotherapy & Counselling?

Psychotherapy & Counselling are effective methods of understanding and dealing with situations that are causing emotional distress. In a safe, non-judgemental and confidential environment, clients work closely with a Practitioner, using a combination of psychotherapy and counselling. Aims and goals are identified and a treatment plan is formulated

How does it work?

Therapy may involve a particular method of treatment such as Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, or an Integrative Approach comprising several styles, tailored to suit individual needs. Hypnotherapy may complement treatment, if desired

The Treatment

As therapy progresses, awareness and understanding enable the client to re-evaluate problems, adjust negative thinking and behaviour and feel positive about the future

Who can Psychotherapy & Counselling help?

Studies have shown that people suffering from a range of issues can be helped with Psychotherapy & Counselling. These include:

Meet a practitioner

Helen Brown Name leaflet at New Street Clinic

Helen Brown

Helen has a BSc (hons) in Psychology, an Integrative Diploma in Psychotherapy and Counselling, (CSAcc) and a Diploma in Hypnotherapy, (HS Acc) plus certificates in cognitive Hypnotherapy and Cognitive Behavioural Approaches to Psychotherapy and Counselling (BABCP Acc).

Professional Memberships held: British Psychological Society, (BPS), National Counselling Society, (MNCS) and British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies, (BABCP).

As members, practitioners are bound by the Societies’ Professional Codes of Ethics.

Helen has had many years experience working with young people and families and has held voluntary roles with Carers Support Network and Youth Offending Services.

She has also been employed in the mental health field, working with adults and young people suffering from emotional and psychological disorders.

Helen Brown may be contacted by:

Telephone: 01444 401855 / 07821 252845



Practitioners can also be contacted at the New Street main contact number: 01403 271129


Per Session: £55.00 for individuals; £65 for couples and families (concessions available)

Under 18's or student: £40

Cash or cheque payments only

Eleanor Wildy

Eleanor Wildy FdA MBACP

Eleanor has a BACP accredited Foundation Degree in Counselling. She is currently working towards her accreditation with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP). Once completed she wants to study towards becoming an EMDR therapist.

Professional Memberships held: Registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy.

As members, practitioners are bound by the Societies' Professional Codes of Ethics

Eleanor has had many years working within mental health services. This includes 10yrs working with people diagnosed with a mental health illness as well as helping to support their families and friends. She has also been a volunteer Senior Counsellor and Assessor for Carers Support based in Crawley for 5yrs. Being a carer not only can be stressful and distressing it also changes the lives and relationships of all those affected.

Eleanor provides counselling and psychotherapy for individuals with a wide range issues such as childhood and adult trauma, being a carer, depression, stress,relationship problems, self harm, felling suicidal, bereavement and loss.

Eleanor Wildy may be contacted by:

Telephone: 07734 942173



Practitioners can also be contacted at the New Street main contact number: 01403 271129


Per session: £50 for 60 minute session payable by cash or cheque only.

Concessions may be available, please contact Eleanor direct for further details.