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Julie Payler

BSc (Hons) MBACP Accred

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Following a diverse career in the public and voluntary sector over a number of years and running a successful  business for 12 years, I decided to use the knowledge and experience that I gained from working with people by training as a Counsellor and CBT Therapist.

My professional counselling career began in Primary Care in the  NHS working in a very busy Medical Centre as part of a multi-disciplinary team providing counselling and CBT services to patients.  In addition, I undertook Triage assessments for all new referrals received and also mentored counselling students through their University placement at the practice.  This was incredibly rewarding work that gave me invaluable experience in working with a wide range of clients of varied backgrounds and with different presenting issues.

2016 saw the time for change as I set up my counselling practice offering counselling on a private basis to individuals whilst working within a University setting providing Counsellling and Therapy to Staff members across the University.  I now focus my practice on working with individuals privately who self refer to me, currently from across the UK and internationally with clients based in New York and California.  I also work with numerous leading Employment Assistance Programmes across the UK providing online video and telephone counselling therapy.

I am an Accredited member of the BACP and adhere to its code of ethics and code of conduct.  I hold current public liability insurance and a current DBS check (Formerly CRB).

I am currently in my final Year of a Masters degree in International Safeguarding which has been incredibly interesting and rewarding with my final year research focussing on the area of Child/Adolescent to Parent Violence and Abuse.

I am fortunate enough to have horses that help to keep me grounded and keep me active alongside walking my dog in the countryside whenever I can.

Contact:  07794 - 743147

“People are just as wonderful as sunsets if you let them be. When I look at a sunset, I don't find myself saying, "Soften the orange a bit on the right hand corner." I don't try to control a sunset. I watch with awe as it unfolds.” 
Carl Rogers

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