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Charlotte Nash - A Certified MBACP Person-Centred Counsellor

Charlotte Nash



My name is Charlotte Nash, and I am a qualified CPCAB Person-Centred Counsellor and a trained trauma specialist.

I became a Counsellor after spending much of my career working alongside and managing people in an office environment.  During this time, I recognised that no two people are the same and that everybody has times where they are stressed, low and in need of support.  I then changed career and started to work alongside children in a secondary school, where I also recognised the desperate need for support for many children.

Since becoming a Counsellor, I have worked in private practice, both face-to-face and online with adults and children.  I volunteered for many years for a local charity supporting survivors of sexual violence and domestic abuse and for the past two years have been a School Counsellor, alongside working in my private practice. I am fully qualified and insured.

•  I am a member of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).
•  I hold a registration with the ICO for data protection.
•  I hold a Disclosure Barring Service Certificate (DBS).
•  My knowledge and skills are constantly updated as I attend regular Continued Professional Development workshops (CPD).


CPCAB Level 4 Diploma in Therapeutic Counselling
CPCAB Level 3 Certificate in Counselling Studies
CPCAB Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills
CPCAB Level 2 Introduction to Counselling

Further Training:

•  Specialist Counsellor training at the Northamptonshire Rape Crisis
•  Online and Telephone Counselling
•  Safeguarding Adults
•  Safeguarding Children in Education
•  Sexual Assault Workshop
•  Attachment Theory & Attachment Trauma
•  Children and Young Persons’s Mental Health
•  Tech Addiction and Digital Health in Young People
•  Addressing Trauma in Therapy
•  Working with Suicide and Self-Harm
•  Understanding and Working Therapeutically with Survivors of Sexualised Trauma
•  LGBTQ+ Awareness
•  Autism Awareness
•  Children’s Mental Health
•  Managing Behaviour that Challenges
•  Prevent and Radicalisation
•  FGM Awareness
•  Child Sexual Exploitation
•  Understanding Bullying
•  Child Neglect Awareness
•  Substance Misuse Awareness
•  Drug & Alcohol Awareness