Psychotherapeutic Humanistic Counsellor
How I work
I use a humanistic approach to counselling, which is less technique-based than other approaches and gives you the freedom to make choices and set your own goals. You are free to explore any aspect of your life experience – past, present and future – rather than focusing on just one specific problem or issue.
Counselling sessions take place weekly in a safe, professional and confidential space online (see online counselling page for more details).
Training and experience
I am a fully qualified psychotherapeutic humanistic counsellor with a postgraduate accredited diploma from Brighton University. I am also an approved accredited registrant member of the National Counselling Society and an Accredited Gender, Sexuality and Relationship Diversities Therapist with Pink Therapy.
I have additional experience working in mental health in Brighton through my work as a mental health advocate for Mind in Brighton and Hove, and as a specialist mental health mentor for University of Brighton students. I also have experience working in the LGBTQ community through my work with Brighton charities Allsorts Youth Project, LGBT Switchboard and MindOut.
Chloe Foster (she/her)
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