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About Me

I am an experienced, qualified counsellor and psychotherapist.  I see clients in Dartington near Totnes and Ashburton.  I also work online using  Zoom.  I offer an integrative approach to therapy which means I am skilled in a range of techniques and informed by a variety of different models of therapy.  Everybody is unique and there is no "one-size-fits-all" approach so I like to be able to match how I work - in discussion with my clients - to their specific needs.  I am a trauma-informed therapist and with a degree in biology, I am fascinated by the link between aspects of brain science and physiology and how this translates to our mental health.  This may sound scientific - but the brain also loves to use creative approaches such as Sand Tray and imagination as well.  I am also trained in Internal Family Systems Therapy.  I can therefore offer a wide range of therapeutic interventions that could incorporate brain, body, breath and relationship.

I have experience working with a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, bereavement, stress, relationship issues, health issues, difficult feelings to resolve such as anger, stuck-ness, failure etc. I have been in private practice since 2014.   I have also worked in diverse settings including the University of Plymouth Student Counselling Service and a Sure Start Children's Centre.

As a member of a professional body for counsellors - the BACP - I adhere to the rigorous guidelines set out for ethics and confidentiality.

Email: info@audreycooper.co.uk  or Call: 07849 392635



           "Taking some time to journal is proven to be very therapeutic.  Simply spend 15 minutes each day writing about your experience.  Remember to include your feelings.  Most people are not used to acknowledging their feelings in daily life.  However, it is proven that when we do - through either talking or writing - the intensity of our difficult feelings tends to reduce."  

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