Psychotherapy & Counselling in Maidenhead

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Core Process Psychotherapy - with Jane Haydon

My background is in the sciences and ethics. Over the last 20 years my interest in meditation and mindfulness has grown. I have found this simple yet profound approach can be healing and transformative for our emotional, physical and mental wellbeing.

I have found on my own journey, my personal exploration of the mind body continuum has been key to my own ongoing transformation, peace, healing and sense of aliveness.

I welcome diversity and working with people from a wide variety of backgrounds and cultures.

I have completed a post-graduate MA in Core Process Psychotherapeutic Practices at the Karuna Institute. This MA degree is validated by Middlesex University and is registered with the United Kingdom Council of Psychotherapy (UKCP) and the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).

Core Process Psychotherapy, having been established in 1982, is one of the original mindfulness-based psychotherapy training programs. This approach is integrative, relational and combines depth mindfulness with Western psychodynamic principles.

I also integrate and draw from other therapeutic approaches, depending on each client 's needs, such as cognitive behavioural therapy ( CBT), dream work and inter-generational work.

I have also completed a teacher training course in Kum Nye (Tibetan Yoga) and Craniosacral Therapy Diploma at the Karuna Institute.

I am an accredited member of the UKCP. I am committed to providing psychotherapy in a safe, confidential and non-judgmental environment.

I work with individuals on a weekly open-ended basis or for a shorter time-frame, as agreed between us. Feel free to contact me to arrange a free 30 min consultation and learn more about how we can work together.

Previous qualifications (not directly related to psychotherapy), include a Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Biological Sciences from Oxford Brookes University and a Master of Science (MSc) in Medical Biochemistry from Brunel University.

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