Join our Team
Help change peoples lives
Join our team as a qualified counsellor. Bring your skills and experience to help change peoples lives
- Optional CPD Courses are available through HCS
If you are a student looking for a supportive placement HCS could be for you.
- It is compulsory for Students to undertake training through HCS at a cost of £50 (reduced as online due to COVID). Once the training is completed you will be issued with a CPD certificate.
Get in touch for more information or any queries.
Meet the Team
I have a First Class Honours Degree in Person-Centred Counselling and Psychotherapy. In addition I have undertaken my NCS Course Accredited Advanced Diploma in Counselling Supervision training, both individual and group work.
I have a Degree in Criminology and have worked with disadvantaged children and young people in various settings such as residential, specialising in creating behaviour plans.
I am a Therapy Dog and I specialise in providing unconditional affection.
I have been in a variety settings to offer support and comfort to adults and young people.
Sometimes it is easier to understand the dymanics of relationships through your interactions with me
I have worked providing educational, emotional and therapeutic support since 2002. Through my career I have worked for organisations such as Women’s Aid, New Pathways, Place2Be, within educational settings and the NHS. I have a significant amount of experience working therapeutically with children and adults both individually and systemically supporting parents and professionals to understand and create positive relationships with children. I am a qualified supervisor with five years experience of supervising both trainee and qualified counsellors, and I am a registered member of the MBACP, (GBC)MBPS and MNCP.
I have a degree in Psychology and a Diploma in Person-Centered Counselling and Psychotherapy. I am also a registered member of the BACP (MBACP). I have previously worked for organisations such as Yellow Door and Life Changes, where I saw clients who were dealing with various issues including workplace stress, relationship issues and depression. Living abroad the moment, I also have a high interest in cultural diversity and the issues that come with this.
Usha Nursing Dabycharun
Animal Assisted Therapy
Animal assisted therapy can have many benefits to clients and can make therapy sessions more pleasurable and productive by providing a sense of calm and comfort.
Animals are useful in achieving a multitude of goals such as improving self esteem and developing social skills as well as help for anxiety and Post Traumatic stress disorder.
However, we understand Animal assisted therapy isn't for everybody