Fnd (Brief Interventions) BA (Hons) Integrative Counselling
Jacqueline Scott – has twenty years of experience in the drug and alcohol fields as both a skilled helper and a service user. She brings to her practice a cross-cultural perspective being an Afro-Caribbean woman. Although she only recently qualified as a BACP Counsellor, her own process precedes and transcends this.
First and foremost, she is experiential and believes in treating the whole person. She studied at Blackburn University in the UK and gained both her Foundation Degree and her BA Honors in Counselling with Brief Interventions.
Jacqueline employs various techniques, namely: Advanced CBT, Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused & Brief Therapy with Children and Young People,
Attachment & Group Therapy.
She can be both directive and non-directive as the situation demands in Mental Health work Jacqueline uses her specific skills in trauma-work with women, to break down and look at gender politics and the role of patriarchy in modern society.