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0203 489 1690

Mon-Fri 8:30am – 9pm | Sat 10am – 6pm | Sunday 10am – 6pm

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Placement Counsellors

Body and Mind Centre / Meet the Team / Placement Counsellors

Placement Counsellors

The Body & Mind Centre is a BACP Organisational member and works to their ethical framework. All of our counsellors are professional and dedicated to their clients. Your contact form will come through to reception, and we will ask you to complete an online assessment with details about yourself and why you are seeking counselling at this time. We will then be able to allocate you to a suitable counsellor.

Catherine Wheatley

I am an Integrative Counsellor in training and I am currently in my final year of studies. I also work as a Counsellor for another agency in Maidenhead, supporting people with their mental health. In addition to this, I am a Team leader for a mental health café in Berkshire. Here we provide a safe space for young people to feel accepted and heard.
I work with clients in a safe, confidential and non judgemental way. I believe that ‘no talk is small talk’ and there is great value to everything that a client brings to a session. I feel that counselling can really be an impactful tool for self empowerment for clients and their lives.
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Lesley Berliand

Lesley is a BACP registered trainee psychotherapist, preparing for her clinical exams (Diploma and CTA) and working towards her MSc.

People come to therapy for a variety of reasons: sometimes they are struggling to cope with the stresses of everyday life, feeling lost or empty, sometimes a specific event has made them realise a change is needed but they can’t see how things could be any other way, or perhaps they are noticing certain negative patterns in their lifestyle that they can’t seem to break. Sometimes the signs of mental or emotional distress are obvious. But at other times, they are harder to pinpoint. This is where therapy can help.
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