About Emma Bailey
Often life can be hard, daunting and uncomfortable; things that have happened to you in the past may have caused pain and confusion; you may be anxious or depressed. You may be hesitant and afraid to discuss those emotions or unable to give them a name. As a qualified person-centred counsellor I can give you the space and empathy to explore your thoughts, feelings and actions.
Working with pregnancy related issues (Sep, 2018 - Jul, 2019)The Acorn Centre, Nuneaton
I spent an informative year working with the staff at the Acorn Centre to deliver counselling to women and their partners who had been affected by pregnancy related issues such as; Still Birth, termination, traumatic birth, infertility, fertility issues, unexpected pregnancy, and unwanted pregnancy. I continue to attend their training as this is an area that I have a special interest in.
Counsellor (Oct, 2017 - Current)RoSA
Working as a counsellor to survivors of rape and/or sexual abuse. I continue to volunteer at this charity as their work is so needed.
Foundation Degree in Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy (Oct, 2016 - Jul, 2019)The University of Warwick
If you are interested in therapy with me, please get in touch via email, text, or phone call. I aim to respond to all queries within a few hours (except at weekends). I offer a free initial 20-minute telephone consultation during which you can give me brief details of your situation and ask any questions you may have. My sessions are 50 minutes long. I look forward to speaking with you.