Amalie is a qualified counselling & psychotherapy practitioner, trained at the University of the West of England as an Integrative Relational Therapist. Her research interests centre in the field of “otherness”, providing therapy for adoptees and individuals with visible differences.
Amanda’s therapy practice at Re:Frame Talking Therapies combines different aspects of her integrative training. Trained originally in the therapeutic approaches of Person Centred, Psychodynamic and Gestalt therapy she is a well practiced Counsellor and Psychotherapist. She is also a senior practitioner and Assessor at a well known counselling & psychotherapy charity in Bristol for individuals wanting to explore their alcohol and drug use, were she has been since 2014.
Her own life experience as an individual living with a visible difference has been a big part of her work within her own therapeutic practice here at R:FTT. Having noticed she found it difficult growing up to be seen and heard, Amalie has created a practice for others who feel similar. Whether it’s a member of the ‘Grief club’, someone with a visible difference, a physical impairment, limiting medical conditions or perhaps just a feeling of sitting on the peripherals of society or not quite ‘fitting in’, Amalie has been providing space and time in therapy for the interesting and quirky individuals walking through her door.
Amalie is a very open-minded individual and her practice as a therapist reflects this, welcoming individuals from all walks of life. She enjoys working with people with complex life experiences and takes great care in her practice as a therapist and with the people she works with.
Amalie is a registered member of the British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy (BACP) and a verified therapist on the UK’s Counselling Directory.
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