Are you suffering from anxiety and/or depression?
Hello, we are two psychologists training to become psychotherapists. We are now at the stage in our training where we need to start practicing and we are looking for people who may benefit from psychotherapy for the treatment of anxiety and/or depression. If you choose to volunteer this would involve arranging a mutually convenient time for a weekly, one-to-one, one hour session in Sheffield for approximately 8-10 weeks. There is no charge for this service because we are in training. As part fulfilment of the course requirements we need to work with two clients each and produce two case study reports. Confidentiality will be maintained and our clients’ identity/any identifying information will be anonymised in the reports. Below is a little more information about us and the course we are studying. Please feel free to contact us if you are interested in volunteering or if you have any questions you would like to ask before deciding whether psychotherapy might help you.
Dr Tria Moore is a British Psychological Society chartered psychologist and a Health and Care Professions Council registered health psychologist. She is also a student member of The National Council for Psychotherapists, and has worked as a life coach. Tria is a senior lecturer in psychology at Sheffield Hallam University, and is currently just over half way through a Practitioner Diploma in Effective Psychotherapy. Please contact Tria by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Will Reader is a senior lecturer in psychology at Sheffield Hallam University. Will is a student member of The National Council for Psychotherapists, and is currently just over half way through a Practitioner Diploma in Effective Psychotherapy. Please contact Will by email: email@example.com
The Practitioner Diploma in Effective Psychotherapy course is run by Coaching & Psychotherapy Training Ltd, and is accredited by the National Council of Psychotherapists. All students working with volunteer clients undergo weekly supervision with a qualified supervisor. Students adhere to the NCP code of conduct. Students are fully insured to practice as psychotherapists in training.