What training does the therapist have?
Deborah Hunt is qualified in many therapies. She is a British Association of Play Therapists (BAPT) Registered Play Therapist®. She is registered with BAPT and works to the standards/code of conduct. She has also completed a Filial Therapy course which offers a joint parent and child style of work both in groups and individually. She is fully trained in Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy to Level 3 with adults and to Level 1 with children. She is currently working towards accreditation. She is also trained in the SPIM 30 trauma model.
What experience does the therapist have?
Deborah has worked with both children and adults. Her experience includes working with children and young people from 2-18 who are both living with their own families (sometimes shared families) as well as those in foster care, or those who have been adopted. She has also worked with adults individually, with couples and with families. Some of these have been confronting their own or a family member’s impending death or possibility of death. She has worked in schools, hospices, centres, for the CAMHS/NHS (11 years experience in a variety of teams and this is going) and for social care.
Her experience includes working with people of varying abilities including people with Autism Spectrum Condition, ADHD, people with learning disabilities, people who are deaf (has past experience of sign language up to stage 2), people with sight impairments, people who have disabilities, young offenders, people with speech and language difficulties and children who are hard to engage in therapeutic work.
The Space 2 Contemplate Story
Having worked in the public sector for many years, our therapist has realised that there are families who would like support outside of these agencies. They are therefore offering some private client work to ensure such therapies are accessible to all.
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