Kerrie Jones: "The thought of entering into therapy can be really unsettling. There are a great many unknowns, and taking the decision to commit to weekly sessions to share often difficult and painful experiences can feel overwhelming. This is something that I both recognise and understand, and I am committed to providing helpful, supportive and confidential therapy designed to meet and support your needs. I am a friendly and professional therapist registered with the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists (BACP). Working with young people and adults, I have worked with many people helping them to explore their feelings and find effective ways of coping with their difficulties.Areas I have worked with include: Eating disorders: Sexual, physical and emotional abuse ; Panic attacks or other symptoms caused by stress and anxiety ; Lack of confidence, anxiety or generally feeling unable to cope ; Feeling depressed and unhappy; Depression ; Struggling with work related issues ; Coping with emotional or sexual difficulties ; Concerns about health; Relationship Issues ; Family Issues ; Bereavement . I am part of a wide network of therapists and organisations and if I am not the right person to help you I will endeavour to offer you referral suggestions and support you in accessing the care and support you need elsewhere. I operate an equal opportunity policy and do not discriminate against individuals on the basis of age, marital status, physical disability, gender, sexual orientation, race, social origins, political or religious beliefs. If you think I may be able to help, or you have some questions, please contact me. There is no need for a referral; contact and sessions are all held in strictest confidence, and you are under no obligations to proceed."