Changing my mind on counselling for children

practice-icon“I used to think that counselling was an inappropriate intervention for children… but I have changed my mind”

Fiona Ballantine Dykes was previously Head of Qualifications at CPCAB (Counselling & Psychotherapy Central Awarding Body). She has written a short opinion-piece – “Changing My Mind On Counselling For Children” – for the Huffington Post. You can read it here.

Fiona is an experienced counsellor, supervisor and trainer, with almost 20 years’ experience as an integrative counsellor and supervisor in NHS primary care and private practice, with a Diploma in Counselling Supervision. Fiona has always championed vocational training as an important route into the counselling professional and has a background in delivering counselling programmes in Further Education. She is a contributory author of “Counselling Skills and Studies” published in 2014.

Changing my mind on counselling for children
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