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My qualifications

  • BACP Certificate of Proficiency - a registered member of the BACP since 22nd May 2013
  • CPCAB LEVEL 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling (QCF)
  • CPCAB - CSK-L2 in Counselling
  • CPCAB - CST-L3
  • CPCAB (Counselling & Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body) Introduction to Counselling
  • Introduction to Autistic Spectrum Disorders
  • NHS Introduction to Information Governance Assessment
  • Enhanced DRB Certificate Number 001560196455, Update ID C8363879621
  • Child Psychology, Registered with the CMA (Complementary Medical Association) certified by the IANLPC (International Association of NLP & Coaching) and the IAHT (International Alliance of Holistic Therapists
  • ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training)
  • Working with Children Certificate
  • Safeguarding Children & Young People Certificate
  • Exploring Psychology, The Open University
  • Certificate in Social Sciences, The Open University
  • Understanding Society, The Open University
  • Mental Health Care NHS Training

Charlotte Neal

If you are finding it difficult to cope with life at the moment, I would like to help.

I ensure all my clients find me client-centred, approachable and plain speaking; a realistic person who deeply values my client’s well-being.

I began my journey to become a counsellor whilst studying psychology with the Open University back in 2004. I qualified as a counsellor in 2012 and five years on I still passionately believe in the power of psychological change. I have accrued more than one thousand one-to-one client hours and applied for BACP Accreditation in June 2017. My clients find me authentic, realistic, non-judgemental, empathic and approachable. Prior to qualification as a counsellor in 2012, I have previously worked in supportive roles in the community, in mental health units and the prison service.

I provide private mentoring to individuals and contractual counselling work for two charities and a community interest company which I enjoy immensely. I am also an associate member of Natural Health based in Lincoln for more infomation visit their website at http://www.naturalbodyandmind.co.uk.

I undertake monthly supervision plus regular, continual and professional development and training. I regularly liaise with other agencies and companies to further my knowledge of other mental health services and keep confidential records in my role as a counsellor in line with data protection.

The profession of counselling regulated on a voluntary basis, feel assured I am a fully trained, regulated counsellor and a member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP). I fully adhere to the BACP Ethical Framework for Counselling Professionals   I am a member of the BACP Register that is accredited by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care.

 

    Kind Words from Clients

    “Charlotte you have brought the light back into my life, thank you for being there for me”


    “Thank you everything you have done for me; you helped me acknowledge that I was a victim of a crime and I have nothing to feel shame or guilt about. With your help, I have let go, rebuilt and moved on”


    “I have received counselling from Charlotte and found her to be incredibly professional and knowledgeable. I felt completely comfortable and safe to open up to her because she listened to me in such a caring, non-judgemental way. I had complete trust in her abilities and knew that she would guide me safely and compassionately throughout the sessions without being shocked.”


    “Thank you for all your help and support over these past weeks; I would not have been able to do it without you”


    “Your work is an example of excellent professional conduct; something we value very highly. We really appreciate your continued support”


    “Charlotte – you get me! There are not many people I can say that about”


    “Charlotte has a rare ability to be warm, caring and yet professional. This made me feel safe and I had complete trust in her ability to help and guide me through the counselling sessions. I have had counselling with other professionals in the past but have found that Charlotte was successful because she actually listened to me as an individual. The fact that she cares deeply about her work is clear and she genuinely wants to help people develop personally and lead healthy and empowered lives.”


    “Just wanted to say special thanks to Charlotte for all your support, I won’t forget to tell myself I am good enough”


    “Thank you for the counselling that I had with you. It has helped me in so many ways. I know that you haven’t asked me for a testimonial but I wanted to share with everyone how beneficial it has been and how professional you are”

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    Services and Pricing

    All my clients are unique and I deeply value the trust clients placed in me and encourage my client to make autonomous choices based on what is best for them. As we explore your options you might decide to come back or that counselling is not the best option for you, whatever you decide that’s okay and I appreciate your honesty and time. I would encourage you to note down your thoughts which we can discuss when you call me or at your low-cost initial ‘is this for you’ assessment session. Counselling appointments are available in two locations in Lincoln. 

    Please note that there is a cancellation fee payable if sessions are cancelled within 24 hours of session time. Prices fixed until 31/12/2017.

    • Initial session £20.00

    • Face to face counselling £40.00

    • Under 18’s & Telephone counselling £30.00

    • Mentoring £35.00

    To book your initial ‘is this for you’ assessment session please call 07709 193737. If I am not available to take your call, I will get back to you as soon as I am able to, this may on occasion be the following day; GP and EAP referrals welcome.

    Alternatively, you can email me at j2bcounselling@gmail.com or complete the form here.