Support and welcome for overwhelming mental and emotional health concerns
Crisis, trauma, loss and relationship.
Kay Luck BA (hons) 2.1, Post grad Dipsw, MA psychotherapy, UKCP registered psychotherapist and supervisor, fully insured, supervised for adult and child therapy, ethical practice. Full DBS check, safeguarding children level three training. Member of European Society for Trauma and Dissociation and Positive Outcomes for Dissociative Survivors.
My name is Kay, thank you for looking at my site. I have specialist mental health knowledge and therapeutic skills gained through extensive NHS experience. Recent work with charities includes counselling women and girls in the field of rape crisis and childhood sexual abuse, and a child and family counselling trust.
I work with adults, young people, parents and infants and couples on a short to medium term of six to twelve sessions, or an open ended basis with the aim of enabling you to deepen self-awareness, to overcome difficulties and resolve habitual patterns that may no longer serve you in well-being and relationship. You will be met with warmth, respect and interest in whatever it is that is troubling you.
Having worked at a senior level in a maximum secure psychiatric hospital, community mental health teams, child and adolescent mental health services, and more recently a rape crisis charity I have experience in working with significant psychological and emotional difficulty. Areas of special interest include post-natal and ante-natal depression, attachment issues, trans generational trauma, post traumatic stress disorder, dissociative identity issues, bereavement where there has been an unexpected death or homicide, and survivors of childhood sexual abuse. People who are experiencing severe and enduring mental health problems, and people in crisis are welcome. I am familiar with the Mental Health Act and it's application. I am a training supervisor for the Karuna Institute, a UKCP training college in Devon, UK.