March Counselling is run by Counsellor Sam Wareing. Sam is a Registered Counsellor eligible for Accreditation with BACP (British Association of Counsellors and Psychotherapists), approved by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care. As an Integrative Humanistic Counsellor she works with adults and young people in Cambridgeshire and has a Private Practice in the Fenland town of March. She currently works as a Counsellor for Choices. Before becoming a Counsellor, Sam's background was in secondary education providing her with over 12 years experience working with adolescents. Since then, Sam has acquired further experience working with families, adults and young people working alongside different Housing providers including Axiom and Circle Housing as well as within organisations such as Home Start, Cruse, Choices, and the NHS including Counselling for the Fulbourn Hospital Bereavement project. Within Cruse she worked as a bereavement volunteer and Supervisor for several years.
She has worked as a Counsellor with adults, children and young people in a broad range of settings. Her work has included both private and public sector work including work with social housing providers, schools, employees, and clients in primary and secondary care. Sam is committed to Continuing Professional development in Counselling and Psychotherapy.
March Counselling: About the March Counsellor
If you are looking for a Counsellor in March, then I extend a very warm welcome to you from March Counselling. As a dedicated Professional I offer a confidential, reflective space, without judgement, to support you to explore and work through those parts of your life that may be causing confusion or emotional distress. I believe that people are unique and as such my model of therapy is not just centered on one model of counselling but builds upon Integrative humanistic approaches. By incorporating an understanding of relational neuroscience it works to support you to increase greater relational depth with yourself and others. The right therapeutic relationship is important for successful outcomes and so its important that you find the right therapist and way of working for you.