White Friars Counselling & Psychotherapy in Chester City Centre

Our Therapists

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Kerri Crewe

Kerri
Crewe

Chester

Kerri is an accredited therapist with the BACP and works with individuals and couples. She uses Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) and solution focused ideas to help clients learn new techniques and coping strategies to help manage their issues, specialising in depression, stress and anxiety.

Kerri has an NHS background with experience in substance misuse, Prescribed medication, CAMHS and Occupational Health. She works for many EAP’s and is recognised by some medical insurance providers, including BUPA. Kerri works with both couples and individuals and has undertaken Relate training. Kerri also provides clinical supervision to counsellors and other professionals.

Sue Doherty

Sue
Doherty

Chester

Sue comes from a nursing background is an integrative therapist, accredited by the BACP. She works with individuals and couples and is Relate trained. Sue has experience working within the NHS in the field of substance misuse, as a counsellor in a collage of further education, Occupational health and CAMHS.

She works extensively with a number of EAP providers, including some private insurance providers such as BUPA and Aviva. Sue is also trained as a supervisor and provides clinical supervision to other therapists.

Kathryn Hackland

Kathryn
Hackland

Chester

Kathryn offers Person Centred counselling and works with both individuals and couples. Her background involves working with peri-natal trauma including miscarriage and stillbirth, post-natal depression, chronic illness, living with uncertainty, anxiety, depression and loss.

Kathryn has also helped clients who have suffered trauma and abuse.

Christine Pool

Christine
Pool

Chester

Christine is a relationship and psychosexual therapist working with many issues relating to intimacy, loss of desire and erectile problems. She is a registered member of BACP and COSRT (college of sexual relationship therapists). She works with individuals and couples and is an experienced relationship therapist working with an integrative approach.

Christine also has many years experience working with the Macmillan cancer organisation covering a wide range of issues from illness, loss and grief and the impact these experiences can have on an individual, relationships and sexuality. Christine believes that Mindfulness and coping strategies can help during these difficult times. She also has experience in working with many other issues including anxiety and stress related issues.

She has a PG Diploma in Psychosexual Therapy and is Relate-trained.


Susie Woods

Susie
Woods

Chester

Susie is a fully qualified relationship counsellor. She has a Post Graduate Diploma in Relationship Therapy and is a Registered Member of BACP. Susie has worked for Relate since 2006 as a counsellor and more recently as a supervisor and trainer helping couples, individuals and families to build better relationships.

Susie has also completed an Externship in Emotionally Focused Couple Therapy - an approach that aims to help couples break negative cycles of interaction and to foster the creation of an emotionally secure bond.

Jenny Rafferty

Jenny
Rafferty

Chester

Jenny is a Transactional analysis and integrative therapist, working with both individuals and couples. She will offer you a safe, supportive space and an approach which is tailored to your needs, so that you can take time and attention to focus on your feelings and experiences, to work towards understanding, growth and change.

Jenny has a background in mental health and is experienced in a range of difficulties including depression, anxiety, panic, relationship problems, childhood abuse, PTSD, stress and work problems. She is also a member of the United Kingdom Association for Transactional Analysis and the BACP.

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GP or go to your local A&E. Unfortunately we are unable to offer a crisis support service