GS-Jane Cato.jpeg

 

Professional Title:  Counsellor, Psychotherapist and Clinical Supervisor

Contact Number:  07780 657104

Email:  contact@janecato.co.uk

Location:  New Road Psychotherapy Centre

Membership:  UKCP registered and MBACP

Fee:  £48 a session, some concessionary rates

 

 

Jane Cato,
Counsellor,
Psychotherapist and Clinical Supervisor
 

Jane is a highly experienced, motivated and versatile counsellor, psychotherapist and supervisor with over 20 years working as a counsellor and psychotherapist and over 10 years as a clinical supervisor working in a range of settings and particularly within the health and social care voluntary sector.

Jane provides assessment, short-term and on-going therapeutic work in a warm, confidential and creative environment that has the client at the centre of the work. Her training was Integrative and Jane's work is particularly informed by humanistic, existential, psychodynamic, attachment and bodywork theories. Jane is currently developing a new understanding of how our early attachments influence who we are today. She sees the relationship between the client and the therapist as being at the centre of the work, respecting each person's individual values, beliefs, choices and hopes, and aims to create together a unique and safe therapeutic space.

Jane is a highly experienced, motivated and versatile counsellor, psychotherapist and supervisor with over 20 years working as a counsellor and psychotherapist and over 10 years as a clinical supervisor working in a range of settings and particularly within the health and social care voluntary sector.

Jane provides assessment, short-term and on-going therapeutic work in a warm, confidential and creative environment that has the client at the centre of the work. Her training was Integrative and Jane's work is particularly informed by humanistic, existential, psychodynamic, attachment and bodywork theories. Jane is currently developing a new understanding of how our early attachments influence who we are today. She sees the relationship between the client and the therapist as being at the centre of the work, respecting each person's individual values, beliefs, choices and hopes, and aims to create together a unique and safe therapeutic space.