Counselling for Teens is run by Sharon Meredith, FdA.
Helping teenagers and young people is my passion.
I provide a warm, safe place to talk confidentially while I sensitively explore the reasons behind your emotional distress.
I then help by giving you coping strategies - both for yourself and for the rest of your family - to help everybody work together better.
I started counselling with children and young people in 2014, although I am also qualified to work with adults. In addition to my private practice, I am also a senior counsellor and counselling coordinator at Teens in Crisis for Gloucestershire.
I've been where you are!
My passion for counselling children and young people came from growing-up with a disability myself.
This often made me feel different and less able when I was at school and in my teens, so I've got personal experience of the struggles and challenges that young people face.
Foundation Degree in Therapeutic Counselling
Advanced Specialist for Counselling Children & Young People
(National Counselling Society accredited)
British Association of Counselling Psychotherapists Registered Member
Enhanced DBS Certificate
Specialist in providing a person-centred approach while integrating psychodynamic theory, cognitive behaviour theory (CBT) and systemic theory when working with families.
Individual counselling session:
Family counselling session:
All counselling sessions are face-to-face, of 50-minute duration.
Sessions can be for the teenager/young person themselves, their siblings, a parent, or the family as a whole.
Support can be provided on both a short-term or long-term basis, depending on your need.
I can also provide Telephone/Online counselling (price £40 per session), if a face-to-face appointment is not convenient for any reason.