About Emily Ramage
Emily is a full time Counsellor, who is qualified and is an avid advocate of emotional and psychological wellbeing. Emily has a relaxed approach to her sessions with a safe and caring style, which in turn aims to support the client in understanding their experiences, helping to develop a personalised tool kit to enhance quality of life and self-worth, allowing her clients to deal with events in the future, giving her clients a better insight.
Emily’s core approach to therapy is person-centred. This style of counselling is non-directive and puts the client at the heart of the therapeutic process and lets clients set their own speed. This allows her clients to feel more at ease by setting it at a pace they are comfortable with. Through a therapeutic relationship based on confidentiality and mutual respect Emily will provide a warm, welcoming and non-judgmental space to explore difficult beliefs or state of mind that may be difficult and at times extremely painful.
The emphasis of Emily’s work is to make available a safe space allowing her clients to talk about all issues be they historical or current, those which maybe effecting the way in which clients carry out their everyday lives which causes stress, anxiety and also fixed in this pattern of thought. Having counselling can enable you to make small changes and for these changes to build into positive changes, allowing for progression.
Emily will work at the pace of her clients and with what they bring to the sessions. Emily has experience in mental health, working in child care settings and children’s homes this includes the managing and running of both settings.
Emily has experience working for charitable organisations, private practise and works with a series of issues including bullying, confidence, bereavement, confidence, depression, self-esteem and relationship difficulties.
Emily is registered with the BACP (British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy) and abides by their ethical frame work for good practise in psychotherapy and counselling professions. Emily is committed to furthering her professional development.