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© 2019 Marie Winefield Counselling

About Me

I'm here to understand your experience and help you make sense of
why you are feeling the way you are. Then work alongside you
 to develop your own self-trust, giving you the confidence to make the right decisions for you. 

I'm here to help you find ways to live a happier, more fulfilled life. 
Through my own experiences I have learned that however difficult
life may currently appear, we all have the capacity to make
positive changes. Sometimes we just need some extra support
while doing so.
I offer a confidential environment, a different perspective and a supportive relationship with no judgement or assumptions.​

My Experience

After running a successful Coaching/Communications company, I retrained and qualified with Distinction in Humanistic Counselling from Greenwich University.

 
In addition to my Counselling degree, I have a Diploma in Mindfulness which I use to help bring some calm and peace into the lives of my clients who suffer from anxiety and the stresses of everyday life.
 
For the past 9 years I have had the privilege of volunteering at The Passage Homeless Charity in London where I have learned so much from my clients as I support them through difficult times. I also volunteer at a low-cost counselling service, and a Domestic Abuse charity.​
​As a counsellor I never stop learning and updating my skills, and I regularly attend Continual Professional Development workshops and lectures to increase my knowledge and gain a deeper understanding of my client's needs. Recently these workshops included the topics of Eating Disorders, Trauma, Relationship Issues and Domestic Abuse.
Before transitioning to my vocation in counselling, I provided services to corporate companies for 23 years. This has given me a deep understanding of how a stressful corporate life can take its toll, and the impact it can have on relationships with family, friends and colleagues.
I abide by a strict code of ethics, and through my membership of the British Association for
Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) I continually keep abreast of best practices,
standards and updates to UK laws.