Pam has experience and training in
psychology, therapy and supervision. The relationship is
collaborative providing a positive arena in which to reflect, understand,
make decisions, achieve goals or face and resolve difficult problems.
Her philosophy of therapy considers the unique meanings
a person assigns to their experiences.
She developed an interest in diversity & culture in relation to loss,
including loss of self after trauma. Some of her work is published in Working Inter-culturally in Counselling
Member British Psychological Society, BACP Accredited
and UKRC registered Counsellor and qualified Supervisor (COSCA
Approved Practitioner, trained in Brainspotting and Comprehensive Resource Model and CBT recognised training.