Hannah Regan FdSc Counselling, MBACP Counselling in Guildford and Godalming, Surrey

How I work

I am a Humanistic counsellor which means my work is rooted in the ‘here-and-now’ of how we live our life. Past experiences and relationships are explored in terms of the impact they have on the person we are today.


My Approach  #01


I work on a face-to-face basis with young people and adults and as part of an integrative approach to counselling I weave together different but cohesive theories drawn from:

  • Person-Centred therapy
  • Existential philosophy
  • Gestalt

    Working this way encourages an honest exploration of attitudes and assumptions alongside the free expression of feelings and opinions. But for this to happen the relationship I develop with clients remains of the utmost importance throughout my work.

    "It's the relationship that heals..." Irvin D. Yalom


  • Area of Special Interest

    Alongside my private practice I am also a volunteer counsellor at the Fountain Centre in the Royal Surrey County Hospital where I work with cancer patients, their families and carers. This has led me to develop a special interest in working with people coming to terms with life changing or terminal illness, as well as issues concerned with bereavement and loss.


    Qualifications

  • Foundation Degree (FdSc) in Humanistic Counselling (Greenwich University)
  • NCFE Counselling Skills and Theory, Level 3 Award
  • NCFE Helping Skills, Level 2 Award
  • NCFE Interpersonal Skills, Level 1 Award


  • Testimonies

    "You have helped me heal through a very difficult challenging time. Without your help and support it would have been very different for me...thank you so so much."

    "I'm so glad you came into my life. Thank you."

    "Thank you for all you have done, I really do appreciate your listening ear. Your help has made me want to carry on with life. You do a great job... "


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