Jan Watts, MBACP Accred

Accredited Member of British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy

jan 2015

"It's not the day you have to manage, but the moment.
It's not the dragon you have to slay, but the fear.
And it's not the path you have to know but the destination."

Courtesy of Peter Taylor of Brilliance Training
soothing photographs
soothing photographs
soothing photographs

Appointments

Initially we meet for an Assessment for about an hour. It gives us both the opportunity to meet in person and explore how it might feel to work together. It is important for you to feel secure.
If we agree to work together, we clearly outline how we will work - what is to be achieved, the timescale, the timing of our sessions and the costs. We usually meet weekly for a 'counselling hour' of 50 minutes. The time is yours to explore your issues as you wish.

I offer appointments at the Circle of Health, 67 Sea Lane, Rustington, West Sussex BN16 2RQ.
Tel: 01903 856801
My therapy room is upstairs. Please tell me on booking if you need access to a ground floor room.

A Look at Me

Jan Watts
Running alongside a successful long term career, I started to train as a counsellor in 2003 in SW London. As part of a Diploma in Integrative Counselling I worked with the Kingston Women’s Centre to qualify. In 2007 I moved to West Sussex where I’ve continued to work with a charity and both private and corporate EAP clients. Over the years, I’ve continued to learn other approaches to counselling – such as CBT, TA, Solution Focussed, EMDR - and I incorporate them into my work today where it’s appropriate and helpful for a client.  
 
Look at You Ltd
Co. Registration 4245702 trading since 2001 in Training & Development, and Counselling.

Why See a Counsellor?

To talk to someone who will listen to you, impartially and in confidence without making judgements. To give yourself the time and space to be honest with yourself. You don’t have to pretend, just be you. To create an opportunity for yourself to explore who you are now and how you want to be.

Employee Assistance?

As an employer, you may want to offer impartial, objective and confidential support to your staff. They may be facing difficulties that are affecting them – in both their work and personal life. Stress is a major cause of ill-health. You may wish to offer staff a number of sessions to try and help them manage their distress and find solutions in a secure and supportive environment separate to the workplace.

Quality Assurance

Accredited Counsellor with the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (MBACP Accred).
The BACP are my professional body and I work to their ethics.

Areas of Support

On a 1:1 basis with adults, emotional support is offered on challenges such as: Stress, Anxiety, Depression, Confidence and Self-Esteem, Addictions, Phobias, Bereavement, Habits, Lifestyle Changes, Work/Life Balance, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).