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 […]
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.