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About the sessions

To be effective, counselling requires a commitment from two people, you and your counsellor. At an initial meeting, you’ll have a chance to meet your counsellor and to discuss whether counselling is for you.  If so, you’ll find a day and time that suits you both.

You’ll then meet once a week for just under an hour. You may decide you’d like to have just a few sessions or you may prefer the consistency of a longer relationship. Either is possible.

Rebecca Trendall - counsellor

I have a post-graduate degree in Contemporary Therapeutic Counselling from the University of Hertfordshire.

I’m a member of the BACP, a national organisation which sets standards for therapists. I adhere to its Code of Practice which focuses on confidentiality and ethical practice.

In addition to running a private practice, I’ve worked in a number of organisations including Grove House hospice, St Albans Bereavement Network, the Letchworth Centre for Healthy Living and Talking Therapies in Luton.

Some of the areas I’ve worked on with clients are: bereavement, low self-esteem, abuse, panic attacks, depression, disability, eating disorders, parenting, prejudices, stress and relationship breakdown.

There are many types of counselling. It’s important to find out what works for you.

I aim to give you the experience of talking to someone who listens to your problems, no matter how big or small.

I’ll help you to reach a deeper understanding of yourself and other people, so you feel you have more choices in your life.