My name is Becky Stone
I’m a friendly warm caring person who is able to make you feel at ease when talking through your concerns. I believe that it is important to listen and value you in a non judgemental way, allowing you to explore what’s going on for yourself and allowing you to get the best out of your own process in a confidential space.
I am an Accredited NCS, MBACP Counsellor and Fully Qualified Clinical Supervisor, who holds an enhanced DBS and able to offer short, medium and long term therapy. I am able to work with children, teenagers and adults. Please feel free to contact me and I will respond as soon as I can.
Need someone to listen?
I offer a free 20 minute induction to see if I am the right counsellor for you
One day it just clicks… you realise what’s important and what isn’t. You learn to care less of what others think of you and more about what you think of yourself. You realise how far you have come and you remember when you thought things were such a mess that they would never recover and then you smile because you are truly proud of yourself and the person you’ve fought to become
I would recommend Becky to anyone who is struggling with self worth, grief, depression and anxiety in a heartbeat.” – Freo B
She immediately made me feel welcome and spoke to me in a non judgemental way which encouraged me to open up and made me realise there were underlying things besides the topics I wanted to discuss at counselling.
I would recommend her to anybody that’s looking for help. I am in such a better place now and that is almost all down to Becky for caring, for being approachable and for teaching me self worth and how to deal with certain situations
Thank you so much Becky” – Amy H
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