I have a Diploma in Couple Counselling, Certificates in CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)
and in NLP (Neuro-linguistic Programming).
I also have qualifications for working with children and young people and am a graduate of the Centre for Eating Disorders.
I understand that spiritual beliefs and faith are important aspects of counselling.
I live in the North of Scotland where I see clients on a face to face basis, working with couples and individuals.
I also work with teenagers in a local High School. As such I am also part of the team at Relationships Highland based in Inverness as and when required.
I am also a member of BACP. It is important that counsellors carry on training and keep their skills as polished as possible and so I attended regular training days and work-shops.
Fran Davies BA DipCC DipCG MBACP
It is important that what is said in counselling is as confidential as possible.
That means that the issues we talk about will not be discussed with anyone else unless it is essential – for instance, if you or a child are in danger.
Once a month I speak with an experienced counsellor if I am concerned about the information you give me and to get advice so that you and I are both as safe as possible and to check that I am working according to the BACP (British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy) Code of Ethics and Practice.
This is also confidential and I never refer to clients by name.