Jason Bloomfield MBACP (Accred)
Jason is a BACP Accredited Psychotherapist and Supervisor at our practice in Grantham
He works with a group of other professionals to support a range of people in improving their health and emotional well-being. Jason also runs training and professional development courses for counsellors and health professionals across the UK in his work as a clinical supervisor. Jason is a keen researcher into the personality and has several papers on the subject.
As a fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management he is well placed to support individuals on their style, approach and development in the workplace and consults in organisations as part of his work in Human Resource Development.
When working with client issues his specialist interests and work is with trauma, addiction and the impact this has on ones ability to function in what he calls “everyday life” Working with an area he terms “parts” he gives clients the methods to fully understand what part they are being dominated by and works to release this.
He is a family therapist and runs clinic for couples and families struggling to communicate.
Angie brings a wealth of experience to the practice specialising in a number of areas with clients from varying backgrounds.
Angie is BACP qualified and is from the person-centred school of counselling. With this she uses her own knowledge and life experience integrating techniques from the different groups she has worked with.
Angie’s specialist areas of interests are working with these with low self-esteem/self-worth, anxiety, grief and survivors of sexual, physical and mental abuse. She works with both male and female supporting them to on a journey of self-discovery, acceptance and recovery.
Whilst Angie’s main client group is adults, she does have experience of youth work and has worked in a school setting with young people of varying ages. These skills and experience compliment the practice and allows for concurrent support work with the families of the victims, an area often overlooked by traditional therapies.
Angie uses her person-centred approach to invite clients to explore their feelings, beliefs and thoughts in a non-judgemental way. By allowing them the safe space to reflect on the path to self-awareness enables clients to discover how to move forward and take some control back of their lives.
Angie Greensmith BACP
Working from the Humanistic School of counselling Kim brings a warm, supportive and collaborative approach to how she works with her clients.
With extensive experience working with families in a number of settings including family and client liaison, Kim uses these skills to help clients foster a sense of power and choice in their lives. Kim hold the belief that change can come if the environment is right and helps clients to adopt a more objective viewpoint to foster change.
Kim uses a number of tools and approaches from other therapeutic modalities such as CBT dependent on the individual client and their needs. Kim works to assess the areas clients raise and help them find a space they are comfortable to approach these areas over a period of time. Kim allows clients to be creative in her sessions and works with play materials such as art and toy work sometimes taking clients back to early childhood experiences where they can look deeper in to themselves.
Kim has a special interest in body image/low self-worth, anxiety and depression and some of the clients she has worked with have benefited from her empathic but challenging approach to self-worth and the internal viewpoint they hold.