Psychotherapeutic Counselling with Ruby Aujla
Qualifications and experience
Ruby Aujla is a qualified Psychotherapeutic Counsellor. She has trained at the Northern Guild of Psychotherapy and her background is in mental health. For the last fifteen years she has worked in different areas within the social sector. Ruby has worked with clients who experience learning difficulties and with clients who experience mental health difficulties in the community. She have worked within forensic rehabilitation and with the Victim Support Bureau. She also has worked within local NHS Mental Health Services hospitals and a GP practice, in the areas of addiction, eating disorder, affective mood disorder and with clients who have mood imbalances, dual diagnosis and hallucinations.
Ruby has a Post Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling, a Diploma in Psychotherapeutic Counselling and a BSc honours in Psychology. She is trained in Confidentiality, Ethical Considerations, Data Protection, Safeguarding Adults, Understanding Addictions, Understanding Self harm, Social Care and Cultural Studies.
Ruby combines different models and integrate them within Psychotherapeutic Counselling to offer a flexible approach to self understanding. An approach which is mindful of each individual tailoring therapy to suit each individual.
Why Psychotherapeutic Counselling?
Ruby's interest in Psychotherapy began when she was working with clients with mental health difficulties in the community. Clients who had experienced some Psychotherapy told her of the effectiveness of this therapy. As she researched how Psychotherapy works she developed her own interest in training in this therapy.
Ruby has an incredible varied experience working with people from the most different backgrounds and helped them to solve or cope with problems they were struggling with in their life.
Introductory session £30.00
following sessions £38.00
You can contact Ruby through email or through phone/text:
Mobile: 07594 969194
I have taken part in a series of counselling/therapy sessions with Ruby.
Undertaking such a process is not easy, usually being decided upon when life is posing problems. It is also a process which necessitates a degree of emotional exposure and vulnerability.
However I found Ruby to be extremely helpful. She has a calm, quiet and reassuring manner. She listens carefully and responds with comments and questions that reveal real perception and understanding. She never questioned the validity of my feelings but always instead, acknowledged my right to feel them. She used a variety of strategies to help me to “open up”.
Ruby helped me to recognise many things about myself, a lot of them long forgotten or at least side-lined.
I left each session surprised by how she had guided me into new ways of thinking about old problems. Much has been put into perspective and she has helped me to feel more positive about my own ability to deal with difficulties.
Ruby was always friendly and approachable but remained highly professional at all times.
I can most certainly recommend Ruby and her counselling services.