Miss Vicky Mould

Member Status: Accredited Professional

Member No: VM00P06

Location: Eastleigh

Key Worker Counselling

It's okay to get support through counselling, and people from all walks of life benefit from the experience. Counselling sessions are confidential, and offer a space where you can work through thoughts, feelings and experiences that may be overwhelming, causing you stress or concern.

I have been counselling since 2011, working with adults of all ages and from all backgrounds. My approach is person-centred (developed by the Psychologist, Carl Rogers), and I can offer an environment where you feel genuinely safe, accepted, valued and understood.

I can assist with life challenges such as bereavement, loss and grief, depression, anxiety or other mental health issues, domestic abuse, pregnancy, parenting or relationship issues, stress, low self-confidence and low self-esteem.

Video or phone sessions are available via Zoom, Facetime or Skype, or I can see you at my therapy room in Wessex House in Eastleigh.

I am easy to talk to, and I won't judge or define you or tell you what's best for you.

I can listen attentively, so you feel heard and understood, and can get a fresh perspective on things and develop your awareness.

Sessions can include the use of art and or writing - sometimes, it's hard to put thoughts and feelings into spoken words. Alternatively, you may prefer a creative counselling approach or wish to experiment with these mediums.

My role in counselling is to enable you to make sense of your difficulties, find a way through them and continue to be the best that you can be.

You are very welcome to book an introductory session, which provides us with an opportunity to talk through counselling and establish if we could work well together. If you would like to book this session or ask questions before taking that step, please call 07729 193629, email me through this profile or my website.

  • Qualifications & Experience
    I have a background in providing emotional and mental health support within the voluntary and public sector organisations, including Cruse Bereavement Care, Local Authority Bereavement Services, NHS Adult Mental Health, Solent Mind and Women's Aid.

    I have been counselling since 2011, and I hold the following qualifications:

    Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling (Dip.PC, With Distinction)

    Certificate in Couple and Family Counselling

    Certificate in Grief and Bereavement Counselling

    Certificate of Higher Education in Counselling (Cert.HE)

    Centra Counselling Level 1.

    I am trained in First Aid and have undertaken continuing professional development in the following areas:

    Art Therapy

    Autism Awareness

    Challenging Behaviour in Children and Young People

    Child Psychology and Safeguarding Children

    Crisis Counselling

    Domestic Violence and Abuse

    Humanistic Counselling

    Meditation and Mindfulness

    Mental Health Issues

    Moving Your Practice Online - Online Therapy Institute

    Pregnancy and Infant Loss - Foundation for Infant Loss Training

    Safeguarding Vulnerable Adults

    Sensorimotor Psychotherapy

    Teaching Classroom Based Courses.

    I am a bereavement counsellor, which includes being alongside you when a friend, family member, partner or child has died or is facing a life-limiting or terminal illness. I have received further specialist training in the issues surrounding baby loss - miscarriage, stillbirth, neonatal death, sudden infant death, and I can work sensitively with you as a couple or individual. I also manage a new Facebook group for parents affected by stillbirth or the loss of a baby or babies after birth, and you can contact me to ask questions about group membership and how to join.

    With a professional background in adult mental health, I can support you in your struggles with depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress, perinatal or postnatal depression, borderline personality disorder or schizophrenia. I can also work with you as a couple if you feel that mental health issues are affecting your relationship and you're struggling to cope together.

    I have personal insight and professional knowledge of domestic abuse, and I'm here for you if you're struggling with past or childhood experience of domestic abuse, or would like a safe space to explore and reflect upon your current relationship or relationships.
  • What I can help with
    • Abuse – Emotional, Physical, Sexual
    • Anxiety
    • Assertiveness / Self-confidence / Self-esteem
    • Autism & Aspergers Syndrome
    • Bereavement / Loss
    • Cancer
    • Carers
    • Depression
    • Disability
    • Divorce & Separation
    • Illness and dying
    • Parenting skills
    • Post-traumatic stress (PTSD)
    • Pregnancy related issues
    • Relationships
    • Self-harm
    • Spirituality
    • Suicidal feelings
    • Stress
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