Delphine Nye

Counselling, Supervision and  Psychotherapy Practice

UKRCP registered Independent Counsellor/Psychotherapist

BACP Accredited Counsellor/Psychotherapist

Qualified Supervisor & Counsellor

Chester, Cheshire & N. Wales Border

My Counselling Practice
Based in Upton-by-Chester, I have many years of experience as a counsellor and supervisor .As an accredited member of the professional body of the British Association of Counsellors and Pyschotherapists (BACP), and Association for Independent Practitioners (AIP), I use Psychodynamic, Person-Centred and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) approaches to suit individual needs.  My experience ranges  from working for an  AQP/IAPT provider seeing clients referred through their GP, working in private practice and through Employment Assisted Programmes and for Bupa. I have also worked with Bedfordshire Road Victims Trust . I am a qualified supervisor having completed my training with CST (Cambridge Supervision Training) and I currently work with supervisees in private practice. 
I offer both short and long term counselling, once or twice weekly for both individuals and couples. I welcome supervisees both qualified and in training.
Psychodynamic Psychotherapy/ Counselling looks to the past to see how unconsciously we may re-enact former relationships in current behaviour and use engrained patterns of responding when feeling under pressure.  Childhood relationships with parents and significant others are explored as well as the client/ therapist relationship.
Person-Centred Counselling holds the belief that everyone has the ability to self-actualise, i.e. grow to their full potential if given the right conditions.  I endeavour to offer a therapeutic experience in a peaceful setting by being empathic, open, honest and non-judgemental.  My objective is to help you to find and develop your inner resources so that you may become more aware of choices and ways you may want to change.
CBT (Cognitive Behaviour Therapy) is problem focused and structured.  It encourages client independence from the counsellor in learning approaches to solve problems.  The belief is that the client is expert in the self and the therapist has the knowledge and skills of therapy.  By working collaboratively in a genuine open relationship, the focus is on the environment, thoughts, moods, behaviour and physical reactions.  As they all interact, change in one will affect others.


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