Welcome to Julia Chapman Counselling Services Newcastle, South Shields & Jarrow

I’m Julia Chapman. I am a BACP Accredited Counsellor and I provide counselling services in Newcastle, South Shields and Jarrow. I work with people who refer themselves for counselling and I also work with employees who are referred by their employers.

I provide employee counselling services for a number of organisations based in the North East. I am experienced in providing counselling and cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for a wide range of issues and I have a special interest in working with anxiety disorders.

I also offer a supervision service for trainee counsellors and newly qualified and experienced practitioners.

Appointments in Newcastle, South Shields or Jarrow. Telephone and Skype appointments are also available.

Confidential counselling tailored to your needs

Are there things you would like to talk about in a supportive and confidential environment?

Has your GP recommended CBT for depression or anxiety?

Are you interested in referring employees for counselling?

Are you looking for a supervisor?

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Counselling

Counselling is a talking therapy that allows you to talk about your problems and explore difficult feelings in a confidential environment. Counselling aims to help you deal with issues that are confusing, painful or uncomfortable.

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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a talking therapy that helps you manage your problems and improve how your feel by changing the way you think and behave.

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Mindfulness

Paying more attention to the present moment and to the world around you is called mindfulness and this awareness can improve your mental wellbeing.

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Supervision Services

Supervision is an essential requirement for trainee counsellors and newly qualified and experienced practitioners. Supervision provides a means to review therapeutic work to ensure ethical and effective practice.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why do people decide to have counselling?

Sometimes it can be helpful to talk about personal issues with a person who is independent of friends and family.

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Is counselling confidential?

Yes counselling is confidential. There are some exceptions to keeping confidentiality in relation to duty of care and these will be explained to you in the first session.

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What will happen in the first session?

The first session lasts for approximately one hour. I will listen to your worries and assess whether counselling could be suitable for your needs.

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