Rachel Stanton, MSc CCYP, BSc (Hons) Psych
Rachel is a qualified Children and Young People’s counsellor. She works in an integrative way, led by the needs of the child or young person. This means that as well as talk therapy, Rachel uses creative tools and play, along with elements of cognitive behavioural therapy to support her work, encouraging children and young people to communicate what they are feeling and struggling with, in ways that are most comfortable for them. Rachel has explored many issues with the children and young people she has worked with. These include anxiety, self-harm, suicidal ideation, social anxiety, and social communication difficulties, gender and sexual orientation, bereavement, trauma, and issues relating to school such as bullying, gangs and school refusal. Rachel has personal and professional experience with ASD/Aspergers and ADHD presentations with and without associated learning difficulties.
Rachel is a registered member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) and adheres to their code of ethical conduct for those working in the profession.