Eithne is a qualified, integrative counsellor, and a registered member of the BACP. Her approach is grounded in Person-Centred theory. She also draws on her knowledge and training in a wide range of approaches – such as Attachment Theory, Relational Therapy, Transactional Analysis, Existential Therapies, Narrative Therapy and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy.
Most importantly, Eithne will be led by you and your preferences, and will invite you into a safe, supportive, non-judgmental, confidential space in which to be heard and understood.
Eithne’s personal journey has made her passionate in the belief that we are empowered and evolve through learning, sharing and self-discovery. She grew up in London, and took up her first career as a class teacher 26 years ago. This pathway has drawn her deeper into the field of mental health and well-being over time, onto the immensely rewarding role of becoming a counsellor. Her counselling work has been with children in schools across the primary and secondary sector, and with young people and adults both in her private practice and at a charity in Littlehampton. Eithne has also enjoyed being a CPCAB tutor to counselling students.
Eithne brings much warmth, honesty, openness, commitment, curiosity and creativity to her counselling work. She works with a broad range of issues including neurodivergence, anger, anxiety, depression, health issues, trauma, relationship problems, grief and loss, transitions, and a loss of identity and direction. She gives particular consideration to Attachment styles, and to broader societal, cultural and
environmental factors that influence our personal development, patterns of behaviour, and life choices.
Eithne appreciates that life presents many challenges for us all, which can be a real struggle to navigate alone. She firmly believes that we can all make choices that facilitate change – leading to greater meaning and fulfilment in our lives. Moreover, that we are all worth the time and effort.
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