Quiet Mindz - Counselling Coventry, Psychotherapy Coventry and Supervision Coventry Private Practice
My name is Paul and I am a qualified and NHS experienced Registered Counsellor Coventry (MBACP) and a Registered Private Practice Body Movement Psychotherapist Coventry (ADMP-UK) and I offer a friendly, confidential, sensitive professional service to adult clients, couples and groups of all ages and backgrounds in Coventry and Warwickshire and beyond. As a Counsellor Coventry I have over 15 years full, part time and voluntary experience working in a variety of public sector and charitable organisations and has been working with people in a therapeutic capacity since 2001.
In addition to private independent work as a Counsellor Coventry, I also deliver counselling for a private therapy group in Worcester and body movement psychotherapy for an arts charity in Birmingham.
The Quiet Mindz Counsellor Coventry Private Practice is based at convenient locations in Coventry and Warwickshire and able to offer morning, afternoon and evening appointments.
You do not need a referral from a GP to make an appointment to see me. Coming to see Counsellor Coventry does not always have to be about the problems or difficulties you are facing - it can also help enhance your life by talking through your aspirations to promote personal growth and self-development.
Quiet Mindz is easily situated for access from the M6, M69 and M1 motorways. People also travel from further afield in the West Midlands including, Leicester, Rugby, Daventry, Southam, Kenilworth, Leamington Spa, Warwick and Stratford Upon Avon.
At the Quiet Mindz Counselling Coventry Private Practice, I have worked with individuals who have suffered from a wide range of problems including depression, anxiety, stress, loss, managing difficult feelings, trauma, relationship and identity issues. As a Counsellor Coventry, I have gained much experience working with complex cases in a dedicated NHS counselling and psychotherapy setting, in either short, medium or long term modes of working - supporting their clients to make meaningful and sustainable changes to their lives. The approach is broadly humanistic integrative which includes a blend of gestalt, experiential, existential and person centred counselling/psychotherapeutic approaches, with developmental and somatic psychotherapy and relational living body psychotherapy as appropriate. See the ‘Counselling’ page for further information.
At the Quiet Mindz Psychotherapy Coventry Private Practice, I offer Body Movement Psychotherapy Coventry with over 15 years post qualifying experience of working with a range of groups using a specialised form of "Group Therapy" based on creative expressive movement, creative art materials and verbal dialogue. See the ‘Psychotherapy’ page for further information.
At the Quiet Mindz Supervision Coventry Private Practice, I provide clinical supervision for counsellors as well as trainee and newly qualified dance movement psychotherapists and professionals who work in the areas of social work, education or the like, who feel they would benefit from exploring various issues that concern them in a safe, confidential space. See the ‘Supervision’ page for further information.
The Quiet Mindz Counsellor Coventry Private Practice also offers affordable personal consultancy/coaching where you be offered the time and space to explore and clarify the thoughts in your mind that are resulting in possible confusion with the support of your consultant/coach. Maybe you feel your thoughts contradict one another, and create conflict so that you can’t see ‘the wood for the trees’.
Bringing together my experience of counselling, psychotherapy, personal and professional development and academic studies in creativity, communication, media and culture, Quiet Mindz offers one-to-one personal consultancy/coaching to help you find a way forward in what really matters in your work or personal life.
This type of consultation/coaching may be booked as a one-off meeting, or as a short series of meetings, and is different from short, medium or longer term counselling or psychotherapy.
Personal Therapy for Counsellors and Psychotherapists in training.
As a Registered Body Movement Psychotherapist on the ADMP Private Practice Register, I offer professional trainee Dance Movement Psychotherapists (DMP) personal therapy (in accordance with UKCP guidelines for DMP trainings) with a few low cost places available via negotiation.
At Quiet Mindz, Coventry Counsellor is also available for personal therapy for counsellors in training or newly qualified counsellors with or without emphasis on movement.
I have experience of working with organisations, institutions and companies offering employees an alternative to existing employee assistance programmes; including group therapy, individual therapy, coaching or consultancy.
I also offer a service to organisations, institutions and companies who require assistance in exploring and understanding any communication or relationship difficulties employees may have using an integrated movement observation analysis based on Laban Movement Analysis (LMA), Kestenberg Movement Profile (KMP) and semiotics. I can also offer movement based group work to explore those difficulties or to explore and develop the creative or communicative potential of their employees.
Education and Training Services
For companies (service industries, etc.) and organisations (schools, social workers etc.), Counsellor Coventry offers a range of innovative creative therapeutic services to support the mental and emotional needs of employees including clinical supervision for employees who require a confidential, safe, creative space to explore emotional and psychological processes involved in their demanding interactions with people (essential to avoid ‘burn out’).
Counselling Coventry also offers educational and training services that where we can explore and develop creative potential that can be utilised in decision making processes and such like. That could include movement observational skills (not occupational therapy) that can be very helpful in variety of contexts where communication and other functional processes are required to be developed.
The approach is informed by humanistic integrative (largely gestalt) approaches and creative and expressive processes (movement, creative materials in small and ledger groups etc.) that come together in facilitations that are creative, empowering, and fun to enable the participants to get the maximum out of their experience and realise their creative potential.
The facilitator is qualified and experienced in a range of therapeutic practices and until recently was an Associate Lecturer in HE, teaching on a professional MA level therapy training. He has extensive annual CPD that includes mindfulness and the performance art of clowning (Sacred Clown) as well as improvisational theatrical clowning.
For HE institutions, the facilitator is also available on associate lecturer, fixed or part time contracts to contribute to Counselling, Psychotherapy or arts therapies programmes and has experience of facilitating a range of modules including group process, clinical and academic supervision of students.
Counsellor Coventry also offer bespoke therapeutic services or educational/training services that can be tailored to suit the needs of employers through discussion and negotiation.
Important things to consider...
It is important for anyone thinking of entering into counselling or psychotherapy to choose the right therapist for them personally. The therapist’s academic qualifications, accreditation, theoretical areas of specialism and interest, whilst very important, are not in my experience the only things to consider when choosing a therapist to work with.
The other aspects that are important are the therapist’s personality, their integrity and their capacity to be with human suffering and the unknown. Your connection and relationship with the therapist will be a significant and vastly important factor in how successful the work is, and, as such, your ‘gut feeling’ of working with the particular therapist will be an important criterion for helping you choose a therapist.
“What do I do now...?”
You can either email or phone to book a FREE no-obligation face to face initial meeting (subject to availability and appropriateness) OR a face to face assessment session.
It is important for our work together that you are happy and comfortable with the service provided and therefore preferable to have the initial meeting or assessment session in person.
At busy times, while your call might not be immediately answered, I will always try to return calls as soon as possible.
Please note that I do not take calls from withheld numbers, canvassers and commercial callers. This line is for clients only.
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