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Kate Morrissey – Counselling and Supervision

I am a warm and empathic therapist with 19 years counselling experience. I can work with individuals, couples and groups. My training is in the person centred approach but I also view myself as an existential therapist and I can also offer mindfulness teaching if desired.

I am a feminist with a special interest in working with women. I am a bisexual woman and have worked extensively around issues of sex and sexuality. I am also very experienced in working with young people and people from diverse cultures. I prefer to use a trauma-informed holistic approach than a medical model of mental health.

I am based in Levenhulme, South Manchester. Unfortunately my counselling room is not accessible to wheelchair users, but on occasion I can hire an accessible alternative. I offer sessions Monday – Friday between 10am and 5pm.

My usual fee is £45-50 per session but I can offer concessions to people on very low incomes.

London (NW and Central)

The North West and Central London T4MF group meets in a private venue tba. We offer emotional and practical support for therapists who are questioning the COVID-19 narrative or whose jobs are at risk from Vaccine Mandates.

The venue is confidential, and we’ll let you know more information once you’ve been accepted for group membership. The group is committed to meeting on a face-to-face basis, but at times of heightened restrictions this could be subject to change.

You need to be a professional member of T4MF in order to join a local group (it’s free) so we have a record of all local group members. Please do this first before requesting to join a local group.

Organiser:

Frances Kandler-Singer

To find out more information about joining the The North West and Central London T4MF Group, fill out the form below and select the The North West and Central London Group. Frances will get in touch with you shortly.

currently email : localgroups@therapists4medicalfreedom.org

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Northern Ireland

The Northern Ireland T4MF group meets in person on a monthly basis in either private homes or carefully selected public venues. As the group expands, the meetings may be held on a regional basis to cover all areas.

 We hold a space for therapists to process the current situation, and share information and resources with each other.  Northern Ireland T4MF offers emotional and practical support for therapists who are questioning the COVID-19 narrative or whose jobs are at risk from Vaccine Mandates.

 The venue is confidential, and we’ll let you know more information once you’ve been accepted for group membership.

The group is committed to meeting on a face-to-face basis, but at times of heightened restrictions

this could be subject to change.

 You need to be a professional member of T4MF in order to join a local group (it’s free) so we have a record of all local group members. Please do this first before requesting to join a local group.

Organisers:

Sheila Burchell & Ashleigh Coleman

Fill out the form below to find out more information about joining the Northern Ireland T4MF Group and select Northern Ireland and one of us will get in touch with you shortly.

 

Solent Hampshire

The T4MF Hampshire south coast group meets at a private venue in Lee on the Solent. We hold a safe space for therapists who are questioning the covid-19 narrative and wish to engage in discussions exploring alternative views and opinions. The space is also an opportunity to process and share personal experiences and share information and resources with each other. The group also offers emotional and practical support for therapists and practitioners whose jobs are at risk due to vaccine mandates. The T4MF Hampshire south coast group aims to welcome and facilitate freedom of expression within a safe group setting.

The venue is confidential, and we’ll let you know more information once you’ve been accepted for group membership. The group is committed to meeting on a face-to-face basis, but at times of heightened restrictions this could be subject to change.

You need to be a professional member of T4MF in order to join a local group (it’s free) so we have a record of all local group members. Please do this first before requesting to join a local group.

Organiser:

Melanie Youngman

To find out more information about joining the Solent Hampshire T4MF Group, fill out the form below and select the Hampshire Group. Mel will get in touch with you shortly.

Stratford

The Stratford T4MF group meets in a private venue in Stratford, East London. We hold a space for therapists to process the current situation, and share information and resources with each other. T4MF Stratford offers emotional and practical support for therapists who are questioning the COVID-19 narrative or whose jobs are at risk from Vaccine Mandates.

The venue is confidential, and we’ll let you know more information once you’ve been accepted for group membership. The group is committed to meeting on a face-to-face basis, but at times of heightened restrictions, this could be subject to change.

You need to be a professional member of T4MF in order to join a local group (it’s free) so we have a record of all local group members. Please do this first before requesting to join a local group.

Organiser:

 

Becky Ridgewell

 

To find out more information about joining the Stratford T4MF Group by filling out the form below and selecting the relevant group. Becky will get in touch with you shortly.

Shropshire

The Shropshire T4MF group will meet in a private venue in Shropshire.

This may rotate due to the large and rural nature of our area, but will mainly be within a 30-minute drive of Shrewsbury.

We aim to offer a space for therapists to process the current situation and share information and resources with each other. T4MF Shropshire aims to offer emotional and practical support for therapists who are questioning the COVID-19 narrative or whose jobs are at risk from Vaccine Mandates.

The venue locations are confidential, and we will let you know more information once you’ve been accepted for group membership. The group is committed to meeting on a face-to-face basis, but at times of heightened restrictions, this may be subject to change.

You will need to be a professional member of T4MF in order to join a local group (it’s free) so we have a record of all local group members. Please do this first before requesting to join a local group.

Organiser:

Natalie Ash

Find out more information about joining the Shropshire T4MF Group by filling out the form below and selecting the Shropshire Group. Natalie will get in touch with you shortly.

Jenfie

I’m Jen – a therapist based in Sheffield. I offer one-to-one private psychotherapy and counselling to adults on a short or long term basis. I have expertise in working with trauma and a socially-engaged, holistic approach. I also facilitate workshops on mental health, creativity and emotional well-being.
As a therapist, I am passionately interested in how health and wellbeing is influenced by our environment and the social context of our lives.Whatever brings you to therapy, I aim to be sensitive to this wider context:  the physical, cultural and social landscape which forms the backdrop of our therapeutic relationship, and our journey together.Whilst I work with clients on a wide range of issues I have a particular interest and expertise in supporting people with:

  • Depression, anxiety and other mental health difficulties.
  • Relationship problems.
  • Work Stress.
  • Sexual, physical and emotional abuse.
  • Sleep difficulties & chronic insomnia.
  • Adjusting to life transitions or major changes – e.g. divorce, bereavement, chronic illness.
  • Self-harm and compulsive behaviour.
  • Dissociative experiences.
  • Inner critical voices.
  • Confusion over identity and sense of self.
  • Experiences of aloneness, loneliness and solitude.
  • Voice hearing, visions and similar sensory experiences.
  • Living as a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP).

 

Devon

Meeting in South Devon, our face to face support circle brings local people together who are going through or have gone through resonant experiences in relation to medical freedom, life choices, emotional/psychological health, coercion and bodily autonomy.

Our intention is for it to be empowering peer support to act as a bridge between our emotional and physical needs and helping to inform our medical and professional choices.

The Devon T4MF group meets near Newton Abbot. The venue is confidential, and we’ll let you know more information once you’ve been accepted for group membership. The group is committed to meeting on a face-to-face basis, but at times of heightened restrictions this could be subject to change.

You need to be a professional member of T4MF in order to join a local group (it’s free) so we have a record of all local group members. Please do this first before requesting to join a local group.

Organiser:

Julie Horsley

To find out more information about joining the Devon T4MF Group by filling out the form below and selecting the relevant Group. Julie will get in touch with you shortly.

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