Wendy Lambert MBacp Bsc(hons) Psych Fndt Couns DipCouns EYFSTS
My name is Wendy, I have lived in Cambridgeshire and Suffolk, I currently live in a quiet rural village in Norfolk. I am a positive person and see the best in people and the things around me. I am a loving mother of a big family and love nothing more than to spend time with them playing, cooking and enjoying outdoor walks at the beach and in the woods. I have a very open mind and a non-judgmental approach to life. I appreciate humour, I see the joy in laughter and good conversation.
Before fully embarking upon my counselling journey, I have worked as a manager and as an early years teacher, alongside studying psychology for most of my adult life. I also took time out to have a family. I have a BSc (hons) degree in Psychology, a Foundation degree in counselling as well as Level 4 diploma in counselling. I specialise in working with trauma and sexual abuse and domestic violence and have worked with many clients with these experiences. I also have a special interest in relationships as well as mental health conditions.
In the past I have worked with clients who have brought things to therapy such as: addiction, disordered eating, depression, anger, anxiety, health anxiety, PTSD, sexual issues, kink, fertility, pregnancy related issues, self-harm, sexual abuse, domestic violence, social anxiety, health anxiety, academic concerns, divorce, OCD, feelings of sadness, loneliness, abandonment and attachment issues, sexual divergence, identity, suicidal feelings and more. I specialise in sexual abuse, domestic violence, and anxiety.
I offer individual and couples counselling online via zoom. I work in a mainly humanistic perspective but I draw on other methodologies and theories to tailor the therapy to best support the individual client. I am a member of the BACP and follow their ethical guidelines. I keep up to date with training and value supervision highly. I believe that the relationship is central to the counselling process and I aim to provide a safe, non-judgmental space to walk along side my clients for the part of the journey they choose to share with me. I strive to be honest and empathic and provide an open and trusting space through which clients can explore and achieve clarity, acceptance and make changes for the better in their lives.
“If we climb high enough we reach a height from which tragedy ceases to look tragic” Irvin Yalom
I see clients 9.30-2.30pm Monday, Thursday and Friday. I currently have spaces for new clients on a Friday and hold a waiting list for other slots. At the moment I am offering online counselling for both individual and couples. I am taking messages via this business page, email and email phone; 07425 870904: this is for booking and enquiries, it is not a crisis line. If you feel you need urgent assistance please call 111 or see other helpful services that are listed on the menu on my page.