Stacey Campbell - Counsellor

My name is Stacey.  I am a qualified Integrative Psychotherapist and Counsellor. 

I am an inclusive and trauma-informed practitioner. I offer a kind, supportive and confidential space. For over 20 years, I have worked with loss and trauma in a wide range of settings. For many years, I have worked within a palliative care setting with patients, their families, as well as working with all types of bereavement and grief. 

Central to my work is creating safety and pacing sessions appropriately. I believe trauma work does not have to be re-traumatising and mindfulness and compassion-based exploration can help to build a safe base within. I am pro-active in my approach to help you to get the most out of our work together. I support people to develop their own toolkit and resources to use and benefit from after therapy sessions end. 

Grief work is a process, a time scale that is very personal. Sometimes grief can feel unbearable and chaotic, and it is hard to find hope. Sometimes people can feel alone and lost and having a space to talk to someone not part of our everyday life can help. 

Acknowledging feelings, having space to share the loss and learning ways to centre yourself in the tidal waves of grief can help to put trust in the process of change and healing.  

I care about the work I do, supporting people to process deep pain, turmoil and sadness. I support people to take steps – no matter how small they need to be – to learn to grieve, trust and to living more fully.