Tracey Brittain

About Tracey Brittain

I obtained a BA Hons in Counselling at the University of Greenwich, gaining an in depth awareness of attachment issues in family systems. I am also a member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy. (BACP). I have been a counsellor within the NHS, and have worked for several years at a drug and alcohol agency seeing clients with substance issues. I also have a private practice, working with individuals, couples and young adults. Being an integrative counsellor means that I focus on the client’s relationships in their life, whilst occasionally drawing on approaches such as Psychodynamic, Gestalt, CBT, and sometimes Art Therapy or using objects. I also support 12-step program work.

The Lonely Nest

The Lonely Nest

It can be tough on parents when their children leave home, so it is important to make the most it while they are still around I can hear my youngest daughter calling me to come and play dollies with her, but I’m really pushed for time as I am taking the unusual opportunity of actually […]

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