Rachel Hamilton, Outdoor Therapist, MBACP, BA Hons
Throughout my life I have found myself drawn to the outdoors. As a struggling teenager it provided comfort, when working in the city it gave me a space to breathe and as a mum it is a place to reconnect and find clarity.
As long as we follow social distancing rules it is possible to meet outdoors again. Being outdoors, in nature, can help you feel more grounded. It gives you space to explore your thoughts and feelings. A space where you are able to notice and feel connected to the wider world.
I offer professional outdoor counselling and psychotherapy in beautiful natural environments around Plymouth and SE Cornwall.
You set the pace, we can walk, meander or sit, often we do all three.
I am discrete and will listen with acceptance and understanding.
This is your space to explore what you need to move forward in your life.
I work with:
Bereavement and loss
I am a Member of the British Association of Counselling and Pyschotherapy (registered member 380313) and have worked with adults and young people in different counselling environments. My core training is person-centered, I have also trained in Solution Focused techniques, Single Session Therapy, Outdoor Therapy and Online and Telephone counselling. I am an Emergency First Aider.
Presently I also work as a Student Counsellor at Plymouth College of Art. I am also a qualified Open Water Swimming Coach (please see my swim and talk page).
BACP Code of Practice
As I am a registered member (380313) of the British Association of Counsellors & Psychotherapists I am therefore, bound by its Ethical Framework of Practice and Disciplinary Code of Conduct. This can be found on the website www.bacp.co.uk