Profile Deby Mitchell

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My Qualifications

2017
MA Relationship Therapy. University of Hull
2014
Couple and Family Relationship Psychotherapy for Relate
2012
Samaritans Volunteer

I am a qualified and experienced relationship psychotherapist. I specialise in helping individuals (younger and older adults), couples, families and LGBT working to improve their relationships. As well as my practice which is located in Monkseaton within minutes’ walking distance from Monkseaton metro station, I also work as a relationship psychotherapist for RELATE. I conduct a confidential practice adhering to the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) guidelines. If you are struggling with a difficult relationship, or this is impacting on other areas of your life I can provide a non-judgemental, supportive and safe environment to explore ways of improving relationships in order to enhance wellbeing. My psychotherapy training involved the integration of two main theoretical bases which are systemic theory and psychodynamic ideas. I have studied different theories and ideas and use collective skills, experience and expertise to work with the issues you bring. My approach is collaborative which means I work with you, and together we aim to find a solution that works well with your personal model. Together we can explore options as we negotiate through the thoughts, feelings and beliefs contributing to personal and intimate relationships.

My Training

2017
Working with Male Perpetrators of Domestic Violence and Abuse
Teenage Relationship Abuse
Safeguarding Women and Girls at Risk of or Living With FGM
Suicidal Risk and Support

2016
Strengthening Partnership Working when Children are Involved
Working with Trans-identified Clients
Deconstructing Shame/Guilt and Opening Space for Apology/Forgiveness/Reconcilliation
Working with Suicide and Depression
Mental Health Awareness
Children Living with Domestic Violence and Abuse
Making Anger Your Friend
Domestic Violence and Abuse in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Relationships (LGBT)
Working with Binge Eating and Emotional Overeating

2015
Understanding and Recognising Sex Addiction
Child Protection and Safeguarding
Practical Ideas for Working with Families, Couples and Individuals
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD): A Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Approach (CBT)

2014
Domestic Violence and Abuse Awareness and Safety

Profile Deby Mitchell

Deby Mitchell - Profile image
bacp logo

I am a qualified and experienced relationship psychotherapist. I specialise in helping individuals (younger and older adults), couples, families and LGBT working to improve their relationships. As well as my practice which is located in Monkseaton within minutes’ walking distance from Monkseaton metro station, I also work as a relationship psychotherapist for RELATE. I conduct a confidential practice adhering to the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP) guidelines. If you are struggling with a difficult relationship, or this is impacting on other areas of your life I can provide a non-judgemental, supportive and safe environment to explore ways of improving relationships in order to enhance wellbeing. My psychotherapy training involved the integration of two main theoretical bases which are systemic theory and psychodynamic ideas. I have studied different theories and ideas and use collective skills, experience and expertise to work with the issues you bring. My approach is collaborative which means I work with you, and together we aim to find a solution that works well with your personal model. Together we can explore options as we negotiate through the thoughts, feelings and beliefs contributing to personal and intimate relationships.

My Qualifications

2017
MA Relationship Therapy. University of Hull
2014
Couple and Family Relationship Psychotherapy for Relate
2012
Samaritans Volunteer

My Training

2017
Working with Male Perpetrators of Domestic Violence and Abuse
Teenage Relationship Abuse
Safeguarding Women and Girls at Risk of or Living With FGM
Suicidal Risk and Support

2016
Strengthening Partnership Working when Children are Involved
Working with Trans-identified Clients
Deconstructing Shame/Guilt and Opening Space for Apology/Forgiveness/Reconcilliation
Working with Suicide and Depression
Mental Health Awareness
Children Living with Domestic Violence and Abuse
Making Anger Your Friend
Domestic Violence and Abuse in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Relationships (LGBT)
Working with Binge Eating and Emotional Overeating

2015
Understanding and Recognising Sex Addiction
Child Protection and Safeguarding
Practical Ideas for Working with Families, Couples and Individuals
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD): A Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Approach (CBT)

2014
Domestic Violence and Abuse Awareness and Safety