Gill Booth is a BACP psychotherapist.
Gill has been working as a psychotherapist, helping men and women in the Greater Manchester and Lancashire regions to overcome a range of sexual and relationship difficulties including:
- Communication and emotional issues within relationships.
- Sexual Trauma.
- Sex addition and betrayal.
Gill works ethically and confidentially following the College of Sexual and Relationship Therapists (COSRT) and BACP ethical framework. She is fully insured.
A comprehensive overview of Gill’s qualifications, experience is provided below.
Please feel free to contact Gill for further information.
Qualifications and Training
- MSc in Psychosexual Therapy (currently undertaking).
- Foundation Degree in Integrative Counselling (BACP Accredited Course).
- Certificate in counselling skills.
- Experience in working with partners of Sex Addiction.
Gill offers counselling to individuals from an Integrative approach and has volunteered at Relate and Cedar House for the past two years. Helping people who are struggling with a wide range of emotional issues. Gill provides a safe and confidential space to help individuals work through challenging experiences. Gill has experience of working with issues such as Infidelity, Betrayal, Sexual Orientation and Transgender Identity online addiction.
Gill Booth MBACP, FDA Qualification Integrative Counselling. Gillian uses a combination of modalities. CBT, Solution Focused, Neuro Linguistic Programming, Motivatonal Interviewing all supported by The Person Centred core conditions.
Gill is currently undertaking additional professional training, an MSc in Psychosexual Therapy. Gill has a particular interest in helping female partners who have experienced betrayal as a result of Sex Addiction.
Areas and issues I have experience working with
Abuse, Anxiety, Rape, Sexual/Physical/Domestic Violence, Bereavement, Depression, General Counselling, Loss, Relationships, Self-Esteem, Stress, Women’s Issues, Addiction(s), Health/Sexual Health, Trauma, Sexual Identity, Sexuality, Self Harm.