Brian Beecroft – Talking in the shed – Hythe – fokestone – Dover. talking Therapist – Emotional Wellbeing Counselling

Brian Beecroft – Talking in the shed – Hythe – fokestone – Dover. talking Therapist – Emotional Wellbeing Counselling
The Shed, Bartholomew Street
Hythe, Kent ct215bs
Brian Beecroft
The Shed, Bartholomew Street
Where did you train, and what qualifications did you receive:
Active Listening Skills – Samaritans in-house training
Level 3 Counselling Studies – CPCAP
CBT – New Skills Academy
ACT for Beginners – Russ Harris
ACT Immersion – Steve Hayes
What Type Of Therapy Do You Practise:
Talking Therapies
Acceptance Commitment Therapy ACT
I Specialise In:

I specialise in Acceptance Commitment Therapy (ACT).  So often people feel lost and overwhelmed by their life events, and I’m here to help them you find your way.


  • Gender Types
  • Sexual Orientation
  • Relationships
  • Eating Disorders
  • Mental Crises
  • Chronic Pain
  • Cancers
  • Chronic Conditions

Words from a client:  “I was depressed and I had a few family issues both current and past. Brian just helped me to explore my issues and find my answers. I found it relaxing talking to Brian as he seemed just like an ordinary guy.”

How Exactly Does Your Therapy Work?:

We talk and I help the client to find their way forward.

What kinds of symptoms have people who seek your services usually presenting with:

Depression, Anxiety, Loneliness, Isolation, Suicidal Thoughts, Eating Issues, Relationship Counselling

How might your therapy have helped them:
My service has helped people to take control of their feeling and thus take control of their life.
How Often Might A Client Typically Need To See You:
4 to 6 weeks
What Is The Cost Of Your Sessions:
Initial assessment £20 up to £40 per session
What Are Your Typical Working Hours/Opening Times:
to suit the client
Are your sessions/ suitable for: Physically Disabled People/Wheelchair Users/Those with additional needs Adults Teens/Young Adults:
My sessions are suitable for:
Physically Disabled People/Wheelchair Users
Teens/Young Adults
When a client has completed all their therapy(s) with you, what do you hope to have changed for them, compared to when you first met them:
I hope to give the client more control over their lives as they move forward. We can’t always control what happens to us but we can control how we react to it.
What worries might a client have before contacting you to book :
Fear of the counsellor, and worries about the stigma of mental health problems
How long have you been practising for:
20 year as a talking therapist 1 year as an ACT practitioner
What type of insurance do you have:
Hiscox Business insurance, public liability, professional malpractice.
What Areas (Geographically) Can You Accept Clients From:
Shepway East Kent
Do you do online sessions:
Do you do telephone sessions:
Is your therapy mobile (you travel to the client):

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