Counseller & Psychotherapist
Sharon is a registered Psychotherapist with over 15 years of experience and is the founder of the Bridge Psychotherapy.
Sharon trained and worked with the Counseling Pastoral Trust and Schema Institute in London and has been working in private practice since 2015.
As part of her training as a psychotherapist, Sharon has experience with Psycho-educational groups, couples therapy and individual therapy.
Sharon was lead pastoral support for a London-based charity for several years, training, supporting and leading a team of 21 people.
Sharon is a sensitive, experienced Psychotherapist who provides a broad based therapeutic service to adults of all ages, taking a wholistic approach to mental health and wellbeing.
Sharon offers a safe, confidential place for clients to explore their difficulties, working toward deeper understanding, healing, freedom and empowerment.
Sharon is passionate about emotional health, family and helping to facilitate healing within the dynamics of those relationships.
Qualifications and Memberships
A registered member of the BACP
A full member of the Schema therapy Society
Level 5 Higher Diploma in Counseling and Psychotherapy in 2014.
(studies incorporating the main counselling traditions including Psychodynamic theory, Person centred counselling, CBT and Schema Therapy)
GULL BA, Levels 1 & 2 Leadership Development in Counseling and Psychotherapy completed in 2012.
Completed the MBSR Mindfulness for Health and Social care Professionals
Completed an online Emotionally Focussed Therapy (EFT) for couples with ICEEFT
Issues/Problems of Specialisation
Sharon works using an integrative approach to psychotherapy. Working with the symptoms that are challenging for clients, exploring the deeper roots of these symptoms, working towards healing, freedom and more conscious choices and decisions.
Sharon is comfortable working with a wide variety of difficulties and concerns including, but not limited to:
Depression, low mood
Anxiety, worry, fear, stress
Adoption support for parents (during adoption process or throughout stages of parenting adopted children)
Grief, loss, bereavement, infertility support
Feelings of shame or low self-esteem
Emotional issues, feelings, beliefs and behaviours
Difficulties with family or friendships