About me

Counsellor & Supervisor, MBACP (accreditation)

I am Paramjeet Kaur, an experienced person-centred counsellor and integrative supervisor, fully accredited with over 20 years’ experience. I work with several approaches which over the years have helped clients on their journey towards personal growth and positive change.

Throughout my practice, I have worked with a large number of clients with a wide range of issues from anxiety, depression, substance misuse, relationship issues etc. I offer counselling and supervision in both English and Punjabi languages.

Past and Current Work

I have specialised in counselling students and staff in University settings. I provide clinical supervision to wellbeing teams and psychotherapists who work with vulnerable clients. I also work with charities.

I have a huge passion for humanitarian initiatives and have worked with charitable organisations including Khalsa Aid offering art therapy to children.

About 20 years ago, I chose the career of counselling which was the best move I ever made, I truly love my role in helping people make changes which can transform their lives. Like a jigsaw, guiding my clients to piece together the many conflicting parts of themselves and seeing them begin to feel whole again.

Qualifications & Practice Details

Years in Practice: 26 years

Member: BACP Accredited

Training:

Qualified as Person-Centred Therapist, Couple & Family Therapist, EMDR Therapist for Trauma and Supervisor.

Additional Credentials:

Counselling

Counselling provides a safe, and confidential space in which to explore feelings, process ongoing issues or simply make sense of what is going on. For me, the ultimate aim of counselling is to enable my clients to make their own choices, reach their own decisions and act upon them.

Individuals: £70     Counsellors in training: £50

Supervision

Choosing the right supervisor is a key step in achieving ethically sound support for your clinical practice. I am a BACP accredited & registered counsellor and certified integrative supervisor and have worked with groups and individuals in different settings for over 20 years.

Monthly sessions of 90 minutes.

Individuals: £90

Concessions for supervisors in training.

Prescribe Medication: No

Practical Details

Languages
Punjabi
Types of Clients
Adults
Older Adults
Couples
Session Types
Online
Phone
Specialities

You Have Taken A Big Step

Maybe you are feeling unclear right now, or you may have a sense that things are not as you would like them to be. Perhaps you need someone to talk to, someone to share those thoughts, feelings and behaviours that can often get stuck and feel unchangeable. Or it could be that you know what you want from your life, but unsure how to change certain behaviours that can be limiting.

Whichever is the case you have come to the right place! Counselling can be a good place to start exploring all your feelings, thoughts and behaviours. You can start to have more clarity around who you are and help build your emotional wellbeing.

Many people feel nervous about seeing a counsellor. This feeling is understandable, but in addition to our physical needs like food, water, and shelter, every one of us has emotional needs too. Often people seek counselling for a specific reason, such as bereavement, substance misuse, relationship issues, or important life decisions but it doesn’t have to be related to a major life event.

Many of us will have had difficult experiences at some stage of our lives that may have affected our self-esteem and our ability to make good choices for ourselves. This is where counselling can be beneficial for everyone.