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Meet The Team

Profiles on the staff at Community Counselling Service:

 

Directors

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Carrol Rouse

As Managing Director, I am responsible for the day-to-day running of CCS and on the BACP Register as an accredited humanistic counsellor.  I am the person clients usually have their first contact with, carrying out the majority of the assessment interviews and endeavouring to match the client with the counsellor best able to meet their needs.

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Chris Cawte

I qualified as an integrative counsellor at Canterbury College in 2010 and am on the BACP Register.  I have worked at CCS since Nov 2009 and am Operations Director and a member of the Management Team, assisting Carrol in all aspects.  My practice is based on building a strong working alliance, utilising theories of TA, attachment theory and self-psychology. I also have an interest in existential thinking, and happily meld elements of all these into my work.

Nicky Methven

Nicky Methven

I am a BACP accredited counsellor and on the BACP Register.  I am Director of Marketing and Funding and a member of the Management Team. Qualifying as an integrative counsellor at the University of Kent in 2012, I joined CCS in June 2011 and mainly draw on psychodynamic and humanistic theory. My approach is that the relationship of trust between the client and myself is crucial and that each person is unique with individual needs.

Delcia Richter

I joined CCS in June 2012 and am Director of Administration and a member of the Management Team.  As a qualified integrative counsellor and on the BACP Register, I believe in the ability of counselling to heal emotionally and am so pleased to be associated with CCS and the service it provides to our community.  It is a privilege to be able to work with clients for as long as they need, rather than what a budget allows!

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Katey Fronda

Working mainly with couples, I am a BACP accredited person centred counsellor who has been with CCS since 2011. I have worked in this area for many years, working with issues such as trauma, sexual abuse, self harm, loss, and a range of couples issues.  As Director of Education and a member of the Management Team, I am a tutor for Community Counsellor Training.

 

Accredited Counsellors

 

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Jo Burman

I qualified as a humanistic counsellor at Canterbury College in 2012, am BACP accredited and on the BACP Register.  I have been part of the team since 2011 and I really enjoy my time at CCS, a valuable community resource.  I also practice as a bereavement counsellor at the local hospice.

 

Qualified Counsellors

 

Dee-Gregoriou

Dee Gregoriou

A qualified integrative therapist, I have worked in the helping profession in various roles for the past decade and developed my practice at CCS since 2009.  My philosophy is that the past need not repeat; individuals can experience change and growth with the right support.  I draw from psychodynamic and humanistic theory to explore the unique personhood and experiences of the client in the therapeutic relationship.

Helene-Williams

Helene Williams

Initially I trained in Psychology (BSc) and then Art (BA) and am now a qualified Integrated Arts Psychotherapist (MA, HPC).  As part of my training I worked for 2 years as an Arts Psychotherapist for Kent and Medway NHS Mental Health.  For the last 2 years I have been part of the therapy team at CCS.  

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Ellen Maderos

I am a qualified counsellor.

 

 

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Jo Brereton

I am a qualified humanistic counsellor and on the BACP Register.  I have worked at CCS since June 2012.

 

 

Sarah-Gallogly

Sarah Gallogly

I qualified at Canterbury College in September 2013 and chose to study integrative counselling as it uses elements of different theories whilst still focusing on the therapeutic relationship.  I intend to work towards BACP accreditation and continue to build on my training and experience.

 

Josie-Moxam

Josie Moxam

I am a qualified counsellor in integrative counselling.  I joined CCS in November 2012 and absolutely love it.  I feel there is always a way forward and counselling is a good step in the next right direction.  I have previously worked with Cruse Bereavement Care.  I have had trauma training with the East Kent Rape Line and training in cognitive behaviour therapy from an REBT perspective.

Sunny Austin

Sunny Austin

I qualified at Canterbury College a few years ago and am a tutor for Community Counselling Training.

 

 

Angela-Moyles

Angela Moyles

I qualified as an integrative counsellor in 2014 after studying at the Counselling and Psychotherapy Training Academy in Faversham.

Sophie-Drexler

Sophie Drexler

I am a qualified counsellor and trained in Humanistic theory at Canterbury College.  I intend to work on becoming BACP accredited.  I am looking forward to gaining more counselling experience.

 

 

Amanda Crockett

Amanda Crockett

I am a qualified counsellor after doing a Diploma in counselling at Canterbury College..

 

 

Sally Booton

Sally Booton

I qualified in August 2015 with an Integrative Diploma from the University of Kent. My focus is on building a trusting therapeutic relationship with my client where issues can be safely explored, fostering hope and growth. I believe CCS to be an invaluable community resource. I am also a Bereavement Support Volunteer for Cruse Bereavement Care.

Elaine Dunne

Elaine Dunne

I studied integrative counselling at the University of Kent and qualified in August 2015.

 

 

 

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Karen Gardner

I am a qualified integrative counsellor, a member of the BACP and accredited member of NCS (National Counselling Society).  I have worked at CCS since 2014 and am pleased to be part off the team offering short or long term counselling to the community.

Trainees