Genovieve Feasey a Registered BACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapist) and CNHC (Complementary & Natural Healthcare Council- Hypnotherapy Public Register), Counselling For Trauma In Medway, kent. Having worked with more than 200 clients and over 800 client hours the regulated bodies consider her work experience to be professional, and of ethical standard and a member of the above Regulated Professional Body Associations.
Genovieve runs a clinic in Medway, Kent and also in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire busy between both clinics offering support and advice to those individuals whom find themselves in a space of difficulty in their current day lives. Are you seeking advice or help with a Counsellor or Hypnotherapist? These therapies help people to recognise, happiness, solve problems, become more confident, and change by being motivated to get more things done with less effort. With this help you finally set fantastic goals and feel sucesses as they are achieved. With awareness you will create better relationships with children, family and resolve conflict around sexual issue’s. Genovieve say’s Every client of mine is their own advice counsel and find that they handle life with more self esteem and confidence and potential. You’ll no longer wish to live with past Trauma and move through learning to love being in your own skin and hear and take your own advice, trust your self and your inner thoughts/voice.
EMDR is another more recent therapeutic process which Genovieve uses for clients experiencing the impact of a Trauma, (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) might sound mysterious but it is an approach grounded in sound research. This tool was first used to help people rapidly recover from the trauma of experiences such as the bombing of the Federal Building in Oklahoma. Yet as effective as EMDR has been in those life-changing cases, one of its most powerful roles lies in helping adult children suffering from the kind of complex trauma that leads to addictions, depression and relationship issues later in life.
When something terrible happens to us, we often feel as if that moment is “frozen in time.” We replay everything in slow motion, reliving every sight, smell and sound. EMDR takes some of the sting out of horrific experiences so that they become less painful and anxiety surrounding the memory is reduced. The person/individual can then move on with life. The memory is still there but EMDR has taken the edge off the experience ‘Trauma’. What remains is the memory of what happened but without all the the pain that once surrounded it.
Find out more if your still inquisitive or in doubt, and wish to have a better quality of life and relationships email or contact a Professional Therapist whom is experienced and regulated with a Professional Body. Genovieve Psychotherapist in Medway, Kent.