Living Therapy - Counselling, Training and Supervision in Southampton Living Therapy - Counselling, Training and supervision in Southampton

Counselling Network

I have a network of colleagues who provide services complimentary to mine. If you can’t find what you’re looking for on my website, please take a look at my colleague’s websites. We are a growing network of counsellors from all over the UK who support each other to help you. If you’re a counsellor looking to join my network, please visit my joining page.

John Threadgold BA, MA, MBACP (Accred)

Raines Park, London, SW20

I have been a counsellor since the year 2000. My core model is that of Person Centred Counselling, My main aim is to accept you without conditions, to be able to understand you from your own point of view, and to be congruent and real with you. I am also trained in a range of other therapies, and can integrate insights from Transactional analysis, Gestalt, CBT, and also Focusing and Experiential psychotherapy.

Libby Webber

Southsea, Portsmouth, PO5

I'm an experienced counsellor, working professionally in private practice in Portsmouth. I also run training and personal development workshops for therapists and members of the public. While I don't often talk with my clients in therapy about the experiences and events that have led me to becoming a counsellor, those events have strongly influenced some of the decisions I've made, and that's led me towards the kind of work I've chosen to do.

Bradley Riddell - Counselling Therapy BA Hons, Post Grad Advanced Dip. in Integrative Counselling

Brighton and Maidstone

I offer a warm, non-possesive, non-judgemental and empathic approach to my clients. Recovery is a uniquely individual experience that must be arrived at, in a bespoke way. At the centre of all recovery is self discovery and this is often the most crucial aspect of any treatment and recovery programme and is what I endeavour to offer my clients. To discover what fits you best you need to know yourself. Insight alone is not enough but it is a very good starting point. To reveal what it is that we think we're telling ourselves to make us this way is a very good beginning that can lead to insight, self revelation and discovery that allow us to make adjustments that lead to a fulfilling and rewarding life.