The Counsellors noted below have all worked with SFMS under our Child Child Counselling service. As such they are very experienced in working with Young people and have all been vetted thorugh the DBS process.
Whilst we are unable to refer children to the counsellors noted below we are able to signpost parents seeking support for their children to the group.
Integrative Counsellor qualified in 2007 with specialist child, adolescent and attachment training practicing in Guildford and Esher.
Registered Member of BACP.
6 years experience of working short and long term with children and adolescents.
Details of private practice can be found at –
Please call for further info: 07484 630 843 / 0208 398 4972
Mary Cobb BSc (Hons) MBACP Accred.
Contact details: Telephone: 07769 653025 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Fetcham Leatherhead Surrey
Services Provided: Child, Adolescent & Adult Counselling Service, Family Therapy, Couples Counselling, Post Separation/Divorce Counselling
Qualifications & Professional Membership:
Counselling Skills with Children (Using the Arts) – IATE/ Centre for Child Mental Health
Adoption Counselling & Attachment Focussed Therapy – Barnardo’s
Bereavement Counselling – Cruse
Registered & Accredited Member British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy
Approved Counsellor Barnardo’s Adoption Agency
Bupa Recognised Provider Therapist
Rachel Durrant BSc (Hons), MBCAP reg. (working towards accreditation)
Integrative Counsellor working with Adults, Adolescents and Children
Based at Manor Drive Medical Centre, Worcester Park and in local schools
(hoping to have a home practice in West Ewell by Autumn 2016)
Tel: 07795 144296
Henriette van der Does
Art psychotherapist, MA
Graduated in 2011, University of Roehampton (MA)
Working in private practice in Guildford
Fluent in Dutch
telephone: 07828 579042
British Association of Art Therapists (BAAT)
Health and Care Professional Council (HCPC)
Surrey Counselling and Psychotherapy Initiative (SCPI)
Other counsellors will be added in the coming weeks as details become available.
Counselling offers children a safe place to explore their thoughts, feelings and reactions to their new situation safe in the knowledge that they will not be judged or criticised. . The changes taking place in children’s lives can be confusing and frightening, we aim to help the children deal with these concerns and move forward in their lives.
Family disputes that are resolved through mediation are cheaper, quicker and according to academic research, less acrimonious than those that are settled through the courts."
National Audit Office 2/3/07