Kevin is a member of the British Psychological Society and he follows the code of practice of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy. By abiding by this code of practice Kevin ensures that he works ethically and with confidentiality.
Kevin’s experience in counselling has been gained in his work with Charities counselling adults and children. Kevin has Life coached for 7 years with a military client base.
Kevin graduated with a BA (HONS) in Psychology in 1995 and then had a career in Law for 10 years ending up as a Prison Law Supervisor.
Kevin is also an Army Veteran who has served in Northern Ireland (1976) and The Falkland Island conflict.
Kevin offers group therapy and one to one counselling for all Veterans and their families.
At one time Kevin had more Veteran prisoners as clients than he did civilian clients. He decided to attend College to gain a diploma in Life Coaching to assist Veterans friends achieve their true status. Kevin has helped an ex-REME Sgt to develop his self-belief whereas he went from pumping petrol at a local service station to managing a Kwik Fit garage.
Another massive impact on Kevin’s life was when during his research he read that more of his Brothers that fought in the Falkland War had committed suicide than had died in the conflict. This has been the motivation for Kevin to become a counsellor and after a very intensive 1 year Master of Science degree in Counselling Psychology, he is now qualified.
Areas of Counselling
Life Work Balance
If appropriate to the individual, Kevin may use some aspects of CBT as an integrative measure in his Person Centred Counselling approach.