Catherine DrewerLiberty Talking Therapy
Counselling is my passion, if you are spiritual you could think of it as my calling, a chance to be part of something that is truly life-changing for my clients; it allows me to watch them discover their worth when they were convinced they had none and then see them living a more fulfilling life.
If you have been abused or falsely accused of a heinous act then it is likely your sense of worth is at an all time low coupled with which are the stigmas and cultural values that you carry around because you are a man. I can help. I believe you are worthy and that you deserve help too. Contact me if you need help to find your way in the dark
I studied counselling at University and have a First Class Honours Degree along with a Diploma in Supervision Studies and currently completing a Masters in Clinical Supervision. I am Accredited with the Foundation for Infant loss and have a Level 5 Teaching qualification.
I am an accredited member of the National Counselling Society (NCS) and registered member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) as well as belonging to the World Association of the Person-Centred Approach (WAPCA)
I believe that by establishing a professional relationship based on trust and acceptance, you will be reminded that you have worth even if you don’t. Counselling can help you to foster a better sense of who you are and that this renewed sense of self can give you the confidence to live your life more fully whatever has caused you to feel the way you do.
There is no judgement here, if you have been victimised and society beli
Counselling can help you to overcome emotional issues, anxiety, depression, eating disorders, relationship challenges, self-esteem issues, low mood, loneliness, loss, changes and much more.
By letting me sit with you whilst your world is dark, for whatever reason, together we can help you find your strength to be your own light at the end of the tunnel. I believe in you and your unique ability to move forward even when you don’t. Whether you be 8 or 80 counselling can help.