Justin Pryce

About Me and My Practice

I am a qualified integrative counsellor with experience in providing support for a range of issues, including anxiety, anger, stress, depression, abuse, addiction, relationship problems and self-esteem. My approach is firmly rooted in understanding your unique individual needs, recognising the importance of tailoring our sessions to address your specific challenges and aspirations.

I have experience in collaborating and working with individuals from a diverse background, cultures, and communities.

As a dedicated counsellor, my foremost commitment is to create a confidential, non-judgmental, and nurturing space where we can collaboratively explore your thoughts, emotions, and the challenges you may be facing.

I bring a versatile and personalised approach to our sessions, drawing from different therapeutic approaches. This allows me to tailor our sessions specifically to meet your unique needs and personal goals.

My professional journey began in community and professional sports settings where I undertook various roles involving mentoring, coaching, and management. I also have enjoyed playing football for many years, therefore am aware of and understand the challenges and pressures that occur in these environments, which can include struggling with identity, coping with pressure, lacking confidence, and having self-doubt.

In addition to the work, I do in my private counselling practice, I also have experience in working with young Black men and boys, as well as marginalised and vulnerable Black children, families, and individuals aged 12 to 25, addressing various issues such as mental health, emotional well-being, education, employment, training, stability, and diversion from the criminal justice system.

I am a registered member with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).

Memberships

• British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).

Qualifications

• Professional Diploma in Integrative Counselling (level 4): Mary Ward Centre, 2022

• SEG Awards ABC (level 3) Diploma in Counselling Skills: Mary Ward Centre, 2020

• Introduction to Counselling (level 2): Mary Ward Centre 2019

Fees

£65.00

I acknowledge the significance of accessible counselling, and I maintain a limited number of concessionary spaces for those in need. Please do not hesitate to reach out to discuss this availability.

Let’s Talk!

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Justin Pryce

About Me and My Practice

I am a qualified integrative counsellor with experience in providing support for a range of issues, including anxiety, anger, stress, depression, abuse, addiction, relationship problems and self-esteem. My approach is firmly rooted in understanding your unique individual needs, recognising the importance of tailoring our sessions to address your specific challenges and aspirations.

I have experience in collaborating and working with individuals from a diverse background, cultures, and communities.

As a dedicated counsellor, my foremost commitment is to create a confidential, non-judgmental, and nurturing space where we can collaboratively explore your thoughts, emotions, and the challenges you may be facing.

I bring a versatile and personalised approach to our sessions, drawing from different therapeutic approaches. This allows me to tailor our sessions specifically to meet your unique needs and personal goals.

My professional journey began in community and professional sports settings where I undertook various roles involving mentoring, coaching, and management. I also have enjoyed playing football for many years, therefore am aware of and understand the challenges and pressures that occur in these environments, which can include struggling with identity, coping with pressure, lacking confidence, and having self-doubt.

In addition to the work, I do in my private counselling practice, I also have experience in working with young Black men and boys, as well as marginalised and vulnerable Black children, families, and individuals aged 12 to 25, addressing various issues such as mental health, emotional well-being, education, employment, training, stability, and diversion from the criminal justice system.

I am a registered member with the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).

Memberships

• British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).

Qualifications

• Professional Diploma in Integrative Counselling (level 4): Mary Ward Centre, 2022

• SEG Awards ABC (level 3) Diploma in Counselling Skills: Mary Ward Centre, 2020

• Introduction to Counselling (level 2): Mary Ward Centre 2019

Fees

£65.00

I acknowledge the significance of accessible counselling, and I maintain a limited number of concessionary spaces for those in need. Please do not hesitate to reach out to discuss this availability.

Let’s Talk!

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