White Friars Counselling & Psychotherapy in Chester City Centre

Our Therapists

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Hannah Bouch



Hannah is a BACP registered therapist offering a supportive space to explore any difficulties they may be facing in relation to their emotional well-being. She has completed a degree in Psychology & Counselling, a Master’s degree in Clinical Counselling (Education Studies) and has just recently completed an additional MSc in Psychology.

Hannah aims to develop a therapeutic relationship and provide children and young people with the opportunity to be able to consider any tools and techniques that may help them develop their resilience. She is a humanistic/person-centred therapist who is able to integrate different therapeutic approaches. Some of these approaches include DBT skills completed training with British Isles DBT training & creative/play techniques.

Hannah currently works as a School Based Counsellor which has enhanced her ability and skills to effectively work with primary to secondary aged children. Before starting this role, Hannah worked as a Mental Health Lead for Barnardos, working therapeutically with children and young people in the area of substance misuse. She also has experience working with NHS Primary Care, CAMHS and NSPCC. Hannah also spent a while working with Body Positive and has experience working with eating disorders, gender dysphoria and LGBT. Hannah has a particular interest in trauma, body image, self-esteem and eating disorders.

Hannah is able to offer some evening appointments with flexibility to be able to accommodate children & young people.

Kerri Crewe



Kerri is an accredited therapist with the BACP and the EMDR association (both adults and children) and has over 13 years therapy experience.

She is trained as a integrative therapist and uses Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT), EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing) and Neurofeedback into her compassionate and collaborative approach.

Kerri has a special interest in Depression, Anxiety, Stress, Trauma and Neurodiversity (ADHD, Autism, OCD, ODD, Dyslexia etc). She also has lots of experience working with children/young people who find attending school difficult and clients with emotional regulation difficulties.

Kerri also works with small children/young people and adopts a whole family approach when it is necessary to do so. This means that other members of the family may also work with Kerri, to best help the child/young person heal.

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