Charlotte Hubback is a qualified and experienced psychotherapist. She originally trained as a Person-centred Counsellor but now uses several different types of approaches in her practice, including Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), mindfulness and relaxation. The mode of therapy can vary according to the client’s needs and wishes.
Charlotte has worked in a children’s centre and several generalist counselling services. She specialises in anxiety, depression and relationship breakdown, but has counselled a wide variety of clients. She is a registered member of the British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists and works to their professional standards.
Charlotte originally worked in business so has a particular understanding of the challenges of this sector.‘It helped so much to talk. I felt you understood me – you listened without judging me, and that made all the difference.’ ‘I could be my true self with you.’ ‘I’ve seen two other counsellors and they didn’t help – I didn’t want to try again. But my friend convinced me, and I’m so glad they did. It’s been different with you.’ ‘You’ve been very kind.’ ‘I liked the way you challenged me and always had faith there would be a way through.’
Stuart Lambley qualified as a counsellor with an Advanced Diploma in Counselling. He is a full member of the BACP and is on their register of counsellors.
He currently works at a university counselling clients of all ages and from a wide range of cultural and social backgrounds. Prior to this, he worked with a respected children’s charity, counselling young people in care.
These roles have given him extensive experience working with many issues which include attachment, identity and self-esteem, relationships, anxiety, depression, anger, self-harm, sleep disturbance, loss and grief.
In addition to his counselling qualification, Stuart has also completed short courses in mindfulness, creative therapy, NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming), Solution Focused Therapy and Coaching. He has a background in teaching, training and drug and alcohol education‘To have someone really listen and validate what I was feeling really helped.’ ‘I actually felt an increase in confidence with each session. Deep inside my self-esteem was better.’ ‘I think Stuart is one of the best counsellors I have ever known and had and I really enjoyed talking to him. Not just that he’s a warm hearted person with a good sense of humour.’